March 1, 2024
Voters cast their ballots on primary election day at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. on May 17, 2022.

Kentucky voters will cast ballots in the Nov. 8 general election. To help voters sort out who is running and their views, the Courier Journal emailed policy questions to candidates who are in contested races. 

Below are the responses from the Kentucky state House candidates in the Louisville area.

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28th District

Charles Miller (Democrat)

Occupation: State representative

No information submitted.

JARED BAUMAN (Republican)

No information submitted.

31st District

Sue Foster (Democrat)

Age: 63

Occupation: Union president/JCPS

Contact info:

Susan Tyler Witten (Republican)

No information submitted.

Kentucky House

If Kentucky’s near-total ban on abortion remains in place next year, would you support legislation allowing exemptions in the law for pregnancies caused by rape or incest? 

Foster: “The right to essential and reproductive health care for every woman is not for the government to decide if needed or not. These are medical rights that should be protected by Physician-Patient Privilege and not policed by law enforcement or government.” 

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