The Kentucky Educators’ Political Action Committee (“KEPAC”) is a permanent committee affiliated with the Kentucky Education Association (“KEA”). All KEA Active, Part-time, KEA-Retired and KEA-Student Program members are eligible to voluntarily contribute to KEPAC, which uses the money to support pro-public education candidates in state and local elections. No KEA member dues dollars support KEPAC.
KEPAC is a non-partisan organization. Endorsed candidates are selected by KEPAC members based on their stated positions and previous votes on issues that directly affect public education, labor and health care. Every aspect of your professional life as a public educator in Kentucky is directly affected by the decisions made by the elected members of the local board of education, the elected members of the General Assembly, and the elected constitutional officeholders. By contributing to KEPAC, you can hold those officials accountable and be sure your voice is heard on the issues that shape your working conditions and the learning conditions of public school students across the Commonwealth.
Let your voice be heard.
This content is intended for use by KEA members and their immediate families. KEPAC supports friends of public education in state and local elections. Contributions to KEPAC are voluntary and members have the right to refuse to contribute without reprisal.
Contributions to KEPAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal or state income tax purposes. Only U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents who are also KEA members may contribute to KEPAC. No KEA dues dollars are contributed to political candidates.