Democrat for Change
Bruce Lunsford is proud of his Kentucky heritage. On the campaign trail, he frequently discusses his early life on a northern Kentucky farm, his college education in Lexington, his early political success in Frankfort and his business triumphs in Louisville.
His is a compelling life story, and the campaign has created a 15-minute video presentation, called Democrat for Change, that puts a spotlight on not only his successful life story, but his plans to lead the Commonwealth to a bright future.
The video is available for viewing online. In it, Bruce talks about the Blueprint for Change, the plan to put Kentucky back in business. In the video, Bruce discusses the broken promises of Ernie Fletcher and his desire to take back the Governors Mansion from the Republicans.
The entertaining video includes clips from interviews with many of Bruces longtime friends and partners, including University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino, retired jockey legend Pat Day and accomplished horseman Seth Hancock. Bruces daughters appear on the video, as do lifelong friend and fraternity brother Bill Latta. It includes appearances by several other business associates who owe part of their success in life to Bruces support.
Democrat for Change showcases Bruce and Gregs plan for Kentuckys future, including their innovative and progressive solutions to take on the states challenges and navigate the legislature and bureaucracy to get the job done efficiently.
Bruce is encouraging everyone in Kentucky to take 15 minutes to watch the video and get to know him, his values and his accomplishments. He wants to be held accountable for the ideas in the Blueprint for Change, and make sure he and Greg get the job done.
Next week, Bruce and Greg will meet with voters in Owensboro, Bowling Green and Paris for Bluegrass Barbeques. Look for details on the Web site.
Bruce and Greg are working hard every day during this election. Please do not hesitate to call the campaign (502-454-5553) with any questions.
Posted by: on 04/19/2007 at 3:00 p.m.