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Kentucky House District 63

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    Josh Blair

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Campaign Phone (859) 866-4796
Age 36
City/town Erlanger, KY
Education/Degrees Bachelor's - Northern Kentucky University, Master's - Ohio University
Community Involvement Youth sports coach with YMCA and Kenton County School District, volunteer - Caywood Elementary PTA, volunteer - Turkeyfoot Middle School PTO, volunteer - Girl Scouts Troop 7395
Endorsements Kentucky Educators’ PAC, United Automobile Workers (UAW), United Mine Workers of America (UMWA), Kentucky State AFL-CIO, Northern Kentucky Labor Council, IBEW Local 212, Kentucky Building & Construction Trades Council, Communications Workers of America Local 3310, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Local 40, Run for Something, The Kentucky Initiative
Campaign Message As state representative, Josh will stand up for everyday Kentuckians by supporting education, fighting heroin, protecting pensions, keeping taxes low, improving animal welfare, and strengthening small businesses.
I love Northern Kentucky and I want to see it continue to grow and improve. I'm running to restore decency, transparency, and common sense to Frankfort. We need to support public education, state employees, and hard working families.
I will get things done and Frankfort - things that matter to Northern Kentucky. We have good schools and safe neighborhoods and I want to preserve the integrity of our community.
We need to get corporate welfare under control. I support job creation, but the amount of corporate tax breaks in Kentucky has gotten out of hand. Small businesses are crucial to Kentucky's economy and we should focus more resources on them.
There's no need to raise taxes, but we do need comprehensive tax reform in Kentucky. We have a serious revenue issue and we give away more in tax breaks than we collect in tax revenue. I oppose the recent tax increases that implemented a six percent sales tax on auto repair, veterinarian services, gym memberships, pool memberships, lawn care services, and non-profits.
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