|Crimson MacDonald poses for a photo at the NKY Democratic Awards Dinner on February 29.|
(Img: Campbell County Democratic Party Facebook)
The Campbell County Democratic Party has announced the election of Crimson MacDonald of Fort Thomas as its new chairwoman.
Crimson has an academic background in political science and has dedicated her life to activism for progressive issues. She also has a professional background in digital advertising, which the Campbell County Democratic Party says will be vital in the times of an evolving political landscape.
Crimson succeeds Linda Nesbitt, also of Fort Thomas, who stepped down after serving a four-year elected term beginning in 2016. Crimson will work alongside Vice Chair Jim Cole of Southgate and the full Executive Committee to continue the progress of the local party over recent years. Recent wins for the party include the Campbell County victory for the Democratic Governor, Andy Beshear in 2019 and Rachel Roberts’ win in the 67th district state legislative race earlier this year.
Crimson will serve until spring of 2021, when the Democratic Party will reorganize in a series of
conventions from the precinct to national levels, rescheduled from this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.