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Kentucky House District 70 Race
The information below was compiled by voting records and a candidate questionnaire distributed by the Commonwealth Policy Center,
a nonprofit, nonpartisan Kentucky organization.
*This Legislation would require educators to incorporate LGBT curriculum in sex education classes as early as Kindergarten.
1 Miller refered to the SCOTUS ruling in the Bostock V. Clayton County case that redefined “sex” to include sexual orientation and gender identity as a “universal victory.” Source: Campaign Facebook Page on June 16.
2 Miller is endorsed by the anti-school choice PAC Better Schools KY. This is the PAC for the Jefferson County Teacher’s Association. Source: Craig Miller’s Campaign Facebook Page.
3 Miller in his capacity as Bracken County Fiscal Court Magistrate voted in favor of the ordinance that declared Bracken County a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County. Source: The Ledger Independent (January 9, 2020).
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