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Kentucky House District 100 Race

The information below was compiled by voting records and a candidate questionnaire distributed by the Commonwealth Policy Center,
a nonprofit, nonpartisan Kentucky organization.

Terri Branham Clark
(D-Catlettsburg)

Scott Sharp
(R-Ashland)

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A VOTE FOR SCOTT SHARP IS A CONSISTENT VOTE FOR FISCAL
RESPONSIBILITY, PRO-LIFE AND PRO-FAMILY VALUES.

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*This Legislation would require educators to incorporate LGBT curriculum in sex education classes as early as Kindergarten.

1 Rep. Branham Clark has voted for HB 67 (2020), but also claimed that it was “irresponsible” not to include exemptions for rape, incest, and life of the mother. This bill would have proposed to create a new section in the Kentucky Constitution to state that the Kentucky Constitution does not secure the right to an abortion or the federal funding of an abortion. Source: Louisville Courier-Journal (March 10, 2020).

2 Rep. Branham Clark voted against HB 254 (2019) which protected Freedom of Speech and Expression on public college campuses. Source: Kentucky Legislative Research Commission (KY LRC).

3 Rep. Branham Clark sponsored HB 25 (2020) which would have repealed the Charter School Laws of 2017 Source: KY LRC.

4 “We need to develop broader mental health screenings. Preventive measures to gun violence begin with mental health awareness…” Source: Facebook Comment (Feb. 14, 2018).

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More here:
https://commonwealthpolicycenter.org/the-fallout-of-afghanistan-2/

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More here:
https://commonwealthpolicycenter.org/nations-most-restrictive-abortion-law/

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