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Kentucky House District 81 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 Eaves expressed support of a state-wide “Fairness ordinance” which threatens the right of religious business owners’ to run their business in accordance with their Religious Freedoms. Source: KFTK 2020 KY Voter Guide. Opposes a bill that would protect medical professionals from violating their consciences. Source: Facebook Post (February 21, 2020).
2 Opposed to scholarship tax credits and school vouchers. Source: Facebook Post (January 25, 2020).
3 Rep. Frazier supports school choice, but opted not to respond when asked about tax credits for parents who choose home or private school.
4 If a local government takes a stance on this issue, I oppose our legislature dictating a contrary position and threatening punitive action.” Source: KFTK 2020 KY Voter Guide.
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