The CTA sent the candidates questions on a wide variety of topics of importance to our neighborhood and all of Metro Louisville. These include preservation, neighborhood plans, zoning, and Baxter Avenue/Bardstown Road development. You can read all of the candidates’ responses in entirety here. My responses appear below. It appears to the Cherokee Triangle Association […]
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Entries by Stephen Reily
My old friend, Gill Holland, has a completely different race for Metro Council from my own. My campaign is all primary; he has no primary. My district is majority Democratic; his is not. But we want the same great things for Louisville and it would be an honor and a pleasure to serve on the Metro […]
How cool is it that one of the most popular events of Louisville’s year is our ACLU of Kentucky / Fairness Campaign “We The People” dinner, nourished over the years by local heroes Susan Hershberg, Michael Aldridge, and Chris Hartman? I was so proud to be a sponsor of any event whose rock stars are our […]
The Courier-Journal reported today that Seed Capital Kentucky and Mayor Greg Fischer signed a development agreement that officially makes way for work to begin on the $56 million West Louisville Food Port. I’m proud and grateful for our many, many partners in this work, including the people of Russell, Shawnee and Portland, Mayor Greg Fischer, and […]
So much fun to talk marriage with Greg Bourke (second from left) and Michael DeLeon (right) – it took the Supreme Court (and Louisville’s own Judge John Heyburn) to grant them in 2015 the same rights Emily and I always had. Louisville should be proud of these civil rights heroes – and I appreciate their […]
With the election primary fast approaching, several people I’ve met walking the Highlands have asked me how to go about registering to vote on May 17th. This post is intended to answer those questions and provide a guidemap to voter-related resources. Can I still register to vote in the primary as a new voter? Yes! […]
We had a terrific time at the 2016 Highlands St. Patrick’s Parade! Thanks to all of our friends who marched/biked with us, and to all who helped us push our car for the last leg of the parade! The diversity of the groups involved showcased just how fantastic our little corner of Louisville truly is, […]
Campaigning is new for me, so it brings lots of happy surprises – sometimes even from my fellow candidates in District 8. Corey Nett describes himself as a differently-abled resident of Tyler Park who joined the race for District 8 in November. His presence made a strong field stronger, and I had looked forward to […]
I truly love Louisville – in part because of the friends and community it has brought me. Now those friends are supporters, and you can hear from some of them in our new video. Check it out!
I got a candidate questionnaire from the Frank Simon “Freedoms Heritage Forum” that includes some of the strangest, factually inaccurate, hostile, divisive, and un-Christian “questions” I have ever read. Here are a few: “Are you fed up with the system that Redefined marriage and promotes sodomy in our schools?” I am not fed up with […]