Supporters Of Sean Delahanty New Site

The campaign is pleased to launch fordelahanty.com a site where Louisville voters can discuss the election and offer suggestions on topics for new videos by Judge Delahanty. The site also offers subscription news service for campaign updates and a link to a store where you can buy campaign gear to show your support.

The state also has GoVoteKY.com.  The election is just around the corner now is the time to get involved and become informed about the candidates on your election ballot.

Spanish Who are you voting for shirt?

Spanish: Who are you voting for tshirt

Maintained Matthew Leffler


Sean Delahanty New Logos And Apparel

jcta endorsement

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 endorsed Delahanty

CFair the political organization of the Louisville Fairness organization

which  promotes equality and human rights for LGBTQ Louisvillians endorsed Judge Sean Delahanty for District Court Judge Division 6.

Women's Delahanty Logo

Metropolitan Louisville Women’s Political Caucus endorsed Judge Sean Delahanty for District Court Judge in Division 6.

 

 


New Sean Supporter Store

These new logos have been utilized on campaign apparel and accessories that are available at the campaign store located at https://seandelahanty.com/store.  The shirts, phone cases, golf balls, skateboards or even a Sean Delahanty pillow allow you to show your support around town to friends and family.  These items are not a fundraising source and are offered at the lowest price available through Zazzle.com.

To make a donation towards the campaign visit the official site at seandelahanty.com.  The site continues to grow and provide voter information, FAQS about the election and district court as well as campaign news and video by Judge Sean Delahanty.

We plan to expand the apparel options and additional logos for our other supporting groups.  The election is just 72 days away!

Maintained Matthew Leffler