Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-09-14 12:06:32 –
Lexington, Kentucky (LEX 18) — Democratic Congressman Kelly Flood announced on Tuesday that he would not run for re-election to the Kentucky General Assembly in 2022.
The flood was first elected in 2008 in the district including the University of Kentucky and downtown Lexington.
“People in my district are most interested in fairness, justice, and consideration for the community,” she said. “It was a privilege to represent them at Frankfort.”
She added: “Since the 2008 elections, I have fought for women’s health care, LGBTQ youth and community fairness, Kentucky citizens’ renewable energy options and jobs. I also especially slavery, people. He argued that black life must be important in states with a history of species and violent discrimination. ”
During her tenure at House, she has driven increased funding for public schools, teachers, and school children.
At the beginning of the last decade, when the Democratic Party led the House of Representatives, she was asked to form public education funds and chaired the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Elementary and Secondary Education. Floods also participate in agriculture, local governments, state governments, natural resources and the environment, education, health and welfare, and judicial committees.
Flood said she is now announcing her decision to give potential candidates time to submit.
Flood, 62, Honorary Minister of the Unitary Universal Church in Lexington, during his last 15 months in office, focused on the right to care for women’s mothers and educated and loved their children through a pandemic. He said he would increase assistance to families who care for people. At home.
“I attended the General Assembly with the determination to advocate progressive ideas because I put people first,” Flood said. “I will spend the next 15 months with the same purpose in mind.”