The Kentucky Democratic Primary is on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Find the most revolutionary Kentucky progressive candidates running, and their policies. For the purpose of this list, “most revolutionary” means that each candidate meets the following two criteria:
- Rejects corporate money
- Supports single-payer Medicare for All
LAST UPDATED: March 7, 2020
Kentucky Progressive Candidates for Congress
Charles Booker for U.S. Senate
Charles Booker (D) – “Stand for Kentucky” Medicare for All • Economic Justice • Universal Basic Income • Green New Deal • Accepts No Corporate Money
Eric Rothmuller for U.S. Senate
Eric Rothmuller (D) – “We Only Win Together.” Medicare for All • Get Money Out of Politics • Public Funded Elections • Overhaul FEC • End Super PACs • Abolish Electoral System • Lifetime Ban on Lobbying for Members of Congress • Climate Action • End Regime Change Wars • Rebuild and Modernize Infrastructure • Living Wage • Workers’ Rights • Fair Tax Reform • Tuition Free College • Student Loan Forgiveness • Fair Trade Deals • Voter Rights and Protections • Legalize Marijuana • Decriminalize Drugs • LGBTQ Rights and Equality • Women’s Rights and Equality • Criminal Justice Reform • Gun Regulation • Statehood for Puerto Rico and D.C. • Universal Basic Income • Revitalize Rural America • Unseat Mitch McConnell • Accepts No Corporate Money
KY-05 Billy Hibbitts for U.S. House
Billy Hibbitts (D) – “The Progressive Choice and Independent Voice.” Medicare for All • Tax Reform • Foreign Policy Focused on Diplomacy and Cooperation • Women’s Rights • Criminal Justice Reform • Voting Rights • LGBTQIA Rights • Immigration Reform • Renewable Energy Economy • Get Money Out of Politics • Veterans’ Rights • Racial Justice • Online Freedom • Accepts No Corporate Money
Candidates in Other States
See the 2020 progressive candidates running for national office, nationwide, by clicking on the appropriate state links below.
Find the most progressive 2020 Presidential candidates at “Progressive Candidates List of 2020: Medicare 4 All & No Corp Money!“
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