Will You Help Support Our Work?

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Hello Friend,

I’m writing to you because you are among our most engaged email subscribers. That’s great! We do this work to bring content of value to our subscribers, and your engagement shows that you value what we are doing.

However, even though you are an email subscriber, you are not one of our members. Remember, our paying members make our work possible. And, the more members we have, the more good work we can do.

So, will you consider increasing your investment in Forward Kentucky by becoming a member? The Basic membership is just $3 a month. And, if you sign up for an annual membership, you will get a month free, no matter which level you choose.

To become a member of Forward Kentucky, just go to ForwardKY.com/Join and choose your membership level. You will get the perks listed there, AND you will know that you are helping to support this work that you and others value.

Please do it now. We are making our plans for 2021, and your membership can help us dream bigger. Thanks!

Bruce Maples

Yes, I want to become a member!

DemCast is an advocacy-based 501(c)4 nonprofit. We have made the decision to build a media site free of outside influence. There are no ads. We do not get paid for clicks. If you appreciate our content, please consider a small monthly donation.

Forward Kentucky is an independent media organization focused on progressive news and issues in Kentucky. Our objectives are to provide journalism that is objective, policies that are effective, and commentary that is progressive. Our goal is to help Kentucky become all that it can be through government that works, for all. We are "the progressive voice for Kentucky politics."

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