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Kentucky Nonprofit Caucus

The Kentucky Nonprofit Caucus is a bipartisan, bicameral group focused on legislative and regulatory issues impacting nonprofit organizations and foundations in Kentucky. The purpose of the caucus is to support Kentucky’s nonprofit sector through legislative action and education on issues such as tax policy; budget and spending; public-private partnerships; and ensuring the laws governing nonprofits are effective, appropriate and current.

The Caucus was launched in January 2020 (read the press release).  Caucus members are committed to engaging with Kentucky’s nonprofit community to create strong partnerships that will advancing their districts and Kentucky’s communities.

 

 

Caucus Co-Chairs

Senate President Pro-Tempore David Givens 

(R - Greensburg)

Senate Minority Floor Leader Morgan McGarvey 

(D - Louisville)

House Majority Floor Leader John Bam Carney

(R - Campbellsville)

House Minority Whip Angie Hatton

(D - Whitesburg)

 

House

Kim Banta - (R - Ft. Mitchell)

Tina Bojanowski - (D - Louisville)

Terri Branham Clark - (D - Catlettsburg)

Randy Bridges - (R - Paducah)

McKenzie Cantrell - (D - Louisville)

John Bam Carney - (R - Campbellsville)

Joseph M. Fischer - (R - Ft. Thomas)

Joe Graviss - (D - Versailles)

Angie Hatton - (D - Whitesburg)

Samara Heavrin - (R - Leitchfield)

Joni L. Jenkins - (D - Shively)

Kim King - (R - Harrodsburg)

Nima Kulkarni - (D - Louisville)

Scott Lewis - (R - Hartford)

Mary Lou Marzian - (D - Louisville)

C. Ed Massey - (R - Hebron)

Bobby McCool - (R - Van Lear)

Chad McCoy - (R - Bardstown)

Michael Meredith - (R - Oakland)

Jerry T. Miller - (R - Louisville)

Patti Minter - (D - Bowling Green)

Ruth Ann Palumbo - (D - Lexington)

Phillip Pratt - (R - Georgetown)

Melinda Gibbons Prunty - (R - Belton)

Dean Schamore - (D - Hardinsburg)

Maria Sorolis - (D - Louisville)

Cherlynn Stevenson - (D - Lexington)

James Tipton - (R - Taylorsville)

Russell Webber - (R - Shepherdsville)

Susan Westrom - (D - Lexington)

Buddy Wheatley - (D - Covington)

Lisa Willner - (D - Louisville)

Senate

Julie Raque Adams - (R - Louisville)

Ralph Alvarado - (R- Winchester)

Danny Carroll - (R - Paducah)

Rick Girdler - (R - Somerset)

David P. Givens - (R - Greensburg)

Morgan McGarvey - (D - Louisville)

Stephen Meredith - (R - Leitchfield)

Dennis Parrett - (D - Elizabethtown)

Wil Schroder - (R - Wilder)

Brandon Smith - (R - Hazard)

Reginald Thomas - (D - Lexington)

Johnny Ray Turner - (D - Prestonsburg)

Robin L. Webb - (D - Grayson)

Whitney Westerfield - (R - Crofton)