Louisville Voter Guide Takes It Up A Notch Locally

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.

Louisville voters guide

Sean Delahanty’s campaign site similarly must remain neutral as a judge must remain nonpartisan but his voter guide includes candidates website links when available, and a side by side tweeter comparison for the Louisville Metro Mayor‘s race.  This adds a more rich experience to visitors looking for more than just a piece of the puzzle.

Local Election Coverage

The Complete Voter Guide as it is termed on the site aims to form a puzzle from all of the pieces of other sites.  Jefferson County Clerk’s site provides precinct and voter statistics, the Kentucky Secretary of State’s site provides voter information lookup capabilities and various mapping sites provide legislative districts for State House, State Senate, Metro Council Districts and suburban cities.

What District Am I In?

When Louisville merged with Jefferson County decades ago it did a secular thing in leaving all of the other cities in the county in tact.  This means that in addition to Louisville election districts the same voters may have additional cities and districts to vote upon.  The cities of Shively, St. Matthews and Jeffersonville are the largest of these examples.  Some cities barely cover a couple blocks such as Stratford Manor.  The voter guide at Sean Delahanty’s site provides a Louisville Neighborhoods and Districts map to aid voters in those regards.

Metro Council Districts Map
Metro Council Districts map in voter guide

Comparatively other voter guides are actually used in the voter guide such as Vote411.org and Ballotpedia.

Election Polling and Statistics

Its an interesting collection of info and insights that Louisville voters don’t usually see in local elections.  Polling is almost nonexistent at this level but the voter guide still makes an attempt with their polling for entertainment purposes.  The site’s inclusion of crime data for the last ten years is also unique as it divides incidents by category and zip code.

Its a good guide from a nonpartisan candidates campaign.

Maintained Matthew Leffler


Sean Delahanty Video: Impartial And Caring

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.  She believes District Court Judge Sean Delahanty wants the best result for individuals.  He’s known to be impartial and caring.

The LBA Poll recently noted him as the most competent candidate for District Court Judge in Division 6.  His rating was the highest of any District Judge.

To learn more about Sean Delahanty, District Court or any local Louisville race visit our Complete Voters Guide which has maps, statistics, links to register to vote, and a build your own sample ballot tool.

Maintained Matthew Leffler


2020 Marks 100 Yrs Of Women Voters



2020 Marks 100 Yrs Of Women Voters








































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Women's Caucus Endorsed Sean Delahanty

Women's Suffrage Ribbon, Louisville

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 been able to vote in local school board elections and in local referendums on school taxes since 1830. The 19th Amendment in 1920 however revised the 15th Amendment emphasizing universal male suffrage.

The sun shines bright on my old Kentucky home,
‘Tis winter, the ladies are gay,
The corn top’s gone, prohibition’s in the swing,
The colonel’s in eclipse and the women in the ring.
We’ll get all our rights with the help of Uncle Sam,
For the way that they come, we don’t give a ____.
Weep no more, my lady, Oh, weep no more today,
For we’ll vote one vote for the old Kentucky home,
The old Kentucky home, far away.

Remember to vote Tuesday, November 6.  Sean Delahanty has been endorsed by The Caucus, formally known as the Metropolitian Louisville Women’s Political Caucus.  Delahanty hopes that his record of 20 years on the bench serves as an example of his dedication towards equality.

To register to vote, verify your registration or to review detailed voter information visit this site’s FAQs and Voter Information pages.  We are also piecing together Judge Sean Delahanty’s Complete Voter Guide for 2018.  Check back for sample ballots in October.

Kentucky Women Suffrage

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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


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

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, Division 6.

Judge Sean Delahanty is humbled to have the endorsement of the largest educational political organization in Louisville, KY.
Better Schools Kentucky is a political action committee made up of Kentucky teachers. They seek to support pro-public education candidates who will promote what is best for children and public education throughout the Commonwealth.
The Better Schools Kentucky Committee evaluates incumbents’ voting records on public education issues, interviews candidates, and reviews candidates’ answers to written questionnaires. After considering all of this information, the Committee recommends candidates who are strong advocates for children, teachers and public education; candidates who will listen to the concerns of classroom teachers; and candidates who feel, as they do, that teachers and public schools are important.

The PDF endorsement letter is viewable at the bottom of this page.
Louisville’s Sean Delahanty understands that free public education for all students in Louisville, KY is essential to the growth and prosperity of the entire community.  While there are challenges in any community, Delahanty is proud of Louisville’s educational system.  Delahanty is a native Louisvillian.  Judge Delahanty believes his local education and his teachers were an impactful force leading to his career in law.  This community should lead the advocacy, education and curriculum of it’s schools.

BSK Represents JCTA

JCTA was first established in 1968. Over thirty-five years later they are the recognized bargaining agent for over 6,000 certified personnel employed by Jefferson County Public Schools. They represent teachers, librarians, speech clinicians, physical therapists and occupational therapists in every one of the public schools in Jefferson County.
JCTA’s mission is to serve as the active voice of their members; promote quality and equity in public schools; expand and protect the rights and interests of their members; and advocate human, civil and economic rights for all.
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