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This is the People's House. This is our Democracy.

Kentucky has a rich history of debate and civil political discourse. However, recent changes in Kentucky government have silenced that discussion and have lessened the unique American values of reasoned, critical discussion about government and those who are elected to represent the great Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Although candidates who run for Secretary of State must claim a political party, the duties of the office are not partisan. I have a platform of issues that are important to all Kentuckians and fall within the scope of responsibilities of the Office of the Kentucky Secretary of State.

Unlike many politicians, my door is always open and I am always willing to listen to you. Here are some issues which I believe need attention.

As a small business owner, I understand the challenges faced by start-up businesses. I also understand that small business is the engine of our economy and the backbone of our workforce. When our small business community thrives, everyday Kentuckians stand to benefit.

As a Christian and a preacher, I believe in the redemption of each person. Kentucky is 1 of only 2 states that does not restore the voting rights of former felons. This is immoral and wrong. I believe those convicted of non-violent crimes, who have paid their debt to society, should have their right to vote restored.

So many Americans throughout history have fought for the right to vote. Some have even died for it. I believe our voting rights are sacred, that we must be vigilant in protecting the rights of all citizens and groups that have been historically disenfranchised.

I will also fight for early voting and for expanded voting hours. In the age of the Internet, cable TV, and social media, we should not be limiting voting access to just one single day from 6am to 6pm. Our current Kentucky voting operations and hours are antiquated.

Here in Kentucky, we have an outdated law that requires voters to register 30 days in advance of elections. This law discourages voter turnout. By implementing an Automatic Voter Registration system, we can clean up our voter rolls in a secure way, while promoting higher voter turnout. I will fight to replace the current law with an AVR system that protects the rights of all eligible voters.

Join The Movement

Join our grassroots campaign! Jason is a political outsider and believes that the best voice for Kentucky is an average citizen who stands up for themselves. The Office of Secretary of State is an important office within Kentucky and if you join, you can help ensure a better future for all Kentuckians. Please sign up below for updates and learning about meet up dates.

Paid for by Committee to Elect Jason Griffith, Carolyn Lewis, Treasurer, 289 Highway 3403 Partridge, KY  40862