City Officials Want Residents To Submit Neighborhood Improvement Ideas

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, In The Media, Louisville, Lousiville, Updates Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , ,
City leaders have released a new online tool for residents in Metro Council districts 6 and 8 to submit ideas on how to improve health in their neighborhoods. Both districts have $75,000 to spend on project ideas pitched by community members as part of Louisville’s participatory budgeting

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Louisville Voter Guide Takes It Up A Notch Locally

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Louisville Voter Guides have in the past left something to be desired.  The official state guide at govoteky.com only gets a voter to register and understandably it leaves out most of the candidate information. Sean Delahanty’s campaign site similarly must remain neutral as a judge must remain

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Sean Delahanty Video: Impartial And Caring

By Committee To Re-Elect Sean Delahanty Category: 2018 election, All News, Defense Attorney, District Court Judge, Election 2018, General Election 2018, In The Media, Judicial Behavior, Louisville, louisville election, Lousiville, Sean Delahanty, Updates, Voter Information, who I should vote for Comments: No comment Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
[embedded content] An attorney in Louisville, KY  who’s defended others in Judge Sean Delahanty‘s courtroom tells voters why he should be re-elected.  She notes that Judge Delahanty is respectful and regardless of sex, woman or man or race and religion you will be treated fairly in his court. 

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2020 Marks 100 Yrs Of Women Voters

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Women’s Suffrage 19th Amendment turns 100 The following lyric is a revision of the song “My Old Kentucky Home”.  The lyric was composed by Madeline McDowell Breckinridge in celebration of Kentucky women gaining the right to vote in state and presidential elections. Some Kentucky women had

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Sean Delahanty New Logos And Apparel

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Judge Sean Delahanty New Logos   Better Schools Kentucky (BSK) which represents JCTA the Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) collective bargaining organization that represents Louisville’s public school teachers and educators.     CFair the political organization of the

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Video: Your Neighbors On Judge Sean Delahanty

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Some of the most impactful endorsements are the ones we hear about from our family and friends. After 20 years on the bench in District Court in Division 6 Judge Delahanty has impacted the lives of thousands. We will continue to post these video endorsements and encourage you to let us know how

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JCTA, JCPS Teachers Union, Endorses Sean Delahanty for District Court Judge

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Education Advocacy Group, Better Schools Kentucky Endorses Judge Sean Delahanty Better Schools Kentucky, the political organization of the Jefferson County Teachers (JCTA) has endorsed your [Sean Delahanty’s] election campaign for Jefferson County District Court Judge, 30th District,

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