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Thursday, July 06, 2006

July 12th: Mark Your Calendars!

Change For Kentucky presents:

Not-So-Fancy Farm 2006!

July 12

Kentucky Horse Park
--site of the 2010 World Equestrian Games
Lexington Ky

Admission Free
Free Barbecue
Live Music
Cash Bar

Special Guest: David Sirota

Blogger and author of “Hostile Takeover”. Sirota is the co-chairperson of the Progressive Legislative Action Network (PLAN), and a Senior Editor at the In These Times magazine. He is also a twice-a-week guest on the Al Franken Show, and a bi-weekly contributor to The Nation magazine.

Other Guests Include:

State Treasurer Jonathan Miller

State Auditor Crit Luallen

Jim Keller (Candidate for Senate 12th)

Senator Dan Mongiardo (State Senator 30th)

Amy Shir (candidate Jefferson for Statehouse 48th)

Carl Rollins (candidate for Statehouse 56th)

Chris Frost (candidate Fayette for Statehouse 88th)

Vicki Welch (candidate for City Council Jefferson)

Councilman Rick Blackwell ('04 CFK candidate Jefferson)

Andrew Horne (candidate Democratic primary US congress Ky 3rd)

Dr. Steve Henry (Lt. Gov. '96-'03)

Mayor Teresa Isaac (Lexington incumbent)

Jim Newberry (candidate for mayor of Lexington)

Patrick Boggs (Sheriff, Mason County)

Linda Klembara (candidate for Statehouse 68th)

Steve Kay (candidate Lexington city council at-large)

Andrea James (candidate for City Council 1st)

Tom Blues (candidate for City Council 2nd)

Justin Dobbs (candidate Lex City Council 7th)

Jamie Millard (candidate Lex City Council 12th)

For more information, see CFK's website at


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