Give Steve a Good Listening To! (Now with Handsome Campaign Photos)

In order to make a campaign radio ad available on the Kay for Council facebook page, the tech elves had to add some images and make a little slideshow.

Enjoy all 30 seconds of it, and share widely, using the little share buttons below.

Vote on November 4!

Lively Fund Raiser Focuses on Questions About Best Ways to Grow

Participants in a Kay for Council fund raiser shared opinions with Steve and asked questions about how government can and should contribute to the best growth policies and practices for Lexington. Thank you, everyone who has hosted and volunteered for all the Kay for Council fund raisers and house parties. You make Lexington great, and you make democracy real.

Photos by Rich Greissman, Double Take Photography—Thank you!

CROP Hunger Walk in Pictures

Our thanks to Robert Boldrey, who has shared the photos below with us. They were taken at Greater Lexington's CROP Hunger Walk on September 28. Mission of CROP Hunger Walks (begun in 1947): "CROP Hunger Walks are interfaith hunger education and fundraising events sponsored by Church World Service and organized by CWS local offices across the U.S."  Steve was honored to play a small part in this generous, energetic mission to address hunger near us and around the world, and appreciates the photos. 031 032 033 IMG_2127

Steve Gives Himself (and us) A Good Talking-To (Listen!)

David Elbon, "Steve" and Steve
David Elbon, "Steve," and Steve
"Steve" on left, gets and earful from Steve
"Steve" on left, gets and earful from Steve
What is he talking about? Maybe it's about his great new radio ad. If you'd like to hear for yourself, click the little forward arrow below. Most important of all: vote on November 4!

Starting Young

A friend who is a bit too young to vote wants to let everyone know he supports Steve, and you should too.
Young boy peeks from behind Steve Kay yard sign
A young Steve Kay fan.
If you need a Steve Kay yard sign, enter information here, or call The Kay for Council Yard Sign Wizard at 859.684.4925, or or contact Steve by email: steve "at" kayforcouncil "dot" com.

Kay for Council Yard Signs Flourish in Fall Weather

You know you want the latest lawn fashion! If you need one or more Steve Kay yard signs, regular, medium-large, or REALLY BIG, enter information here, or call The Kay for Council Yard Sign Wizard at 859.684.4925, or or contact Steve by email: steve "at" kayforcouncil "dot" com.

The Basuray-Das-Rosenbaum-Shapere House Party

The event began during a serious tornado watch, but civility and welcome reigned indoors at the October 7 house party.  The event featured remarkable community leaders, community engagement, and a wide-ranging conversation on community improvement. Plus beautiful food and drink! Kay for Council appreciates all the hosts and co-hosts who do the work of "living room democracy," recruiting tired and busy neighbors and friends, cooking, cleaning, and practicing hospitality.

Photos by Rich Greissman, Double Take Photography—Thank you!

Fall Colors: Get Yours!

Lexington-Fayette County sports midnight blue and autumn orange on lots of lawns. The Kay for Council campaign chose to wait until the traditional one month pre-election to put yard signs out. If you need one or more Steve Kay yard signs, regular, medium-large, or REALLY BIG, enter information here, contact Steve by email: steve "at" kayforcouncil "dot" com, or call The Kay for Council Yard Sign Wizard at 859.684.4925. Add fall fashion to your lawn, and let people know you support a guy has proven he likes to take leadership, solve problems, and work hard on hard issues.

Lexington-Fayette County Urban County Council, At-Large, 2014

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