Elected officials often play important roles in creating, implementing, or enforcing policies that are good for kids. In just a few weeks, Kentuckians will go to the polls to cast their votes for the state’s executive offices, one of which is the Attorney General of Kentucky. The Attorney General is Kentucky’s chief prosecutor, law officer, and law enforcement officer, and these responsibilities are crucial in ensuring that state systems work for Kentucky kids.

Want to learn more about where Kentucky’s Attorney General candidates, Andy Beshear and Senator Whitney Westerfield, stand on issues that affect the future of Kentucky’s kids and families? Join us and many other partners for an Attorney General Candidate Conversation About Kids on Monday, October 26th from 3:00-4:30 PM. The event will be held at the Muhammad Ali Center, 144 N Sixth St in Louisville. For more information or to RSVP, visit KYAGKids.eventbrite.com.


Nick Storm, host of cn2’s Pure Politics, will moderate the Conversation. All are invited to a reception following the forum for a chance to meet the candidates.

The event is sponsored by Kosair Charities® and presented in partnership with Bowles and Byer Family Law Mediation, Children’s Law Center, The Institute for Compassion and Justice, Kellner Green Law, Kentucky Youth Advocates, The Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies, Louisville Bar Association, Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law, Pastor Edward Palmer, University of Kentucky College of Law, and University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law.