|Members of the NKY Legislative Caucus at the forum at Highlands High School in Fort Thomas in 2018.|
The public is invited to join Northern Kentucky House and Senate members on Monday, January 11, 2021, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. for the 2021 Northern Kentucky Legislative Forum. The doors will open to the public at 6:30 p.m.
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In-person attendance: The public is invited to attend in person at the Ignite Institute. Facial coverings, temperature checks and social distancing will be required.
Virtual attendance: Live web viewing will be available via Facebook Live @ www.facebook/TBNKonline
In-person participation: Individuals may sign up to speak to the caucus in person, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Ignite Institute. Registration to speak will be on a first come basis, with an approximate limit of 20 in-person speakers. Speakers will each be given 2 minutes to address the caucus.
- Virtual participation: Individuals may sign up to speak to the caucus virtually at www.nkadd.org beginning at 2:00 p.m. on Monday January 11th. Registration to speak will be on a first come basis, with an approximate limit of 20 virtual speakers. Speakers will be given 2 minutes to address the caucus via Zoom.
The members of the Northern Kentucky Caucus are:
Senator John Schickel, 11th District, Chair
Senator Adrienne Southworth, 7th District
Senator Wil Schroder, 24th District
Senator Damon Thayer, 17th District
Senator Paul Hornback, 20th District
Senator Chris McDaniel, 23rd District
Representative Felicia Rabourn, 47th District
Representative Sal Santoro, 60th District
Representative Kim Banta, 63rd District
Representative Mark Hart, 78th District
Representative Phillip Pratt, 62nd District
Representative Kim Moser, 64th District
Representative Buddy Wheatley, 65th District
Representative C. Ed Massey, 66th District
Representative Rachel Roberts, 67th District
Representative Joseph Fischer, 68th District
Representative Adam Koenig, 69th District
Representative Savannah Maddox, 61st District