Kentucky Democracy Project plans NKY pub crawl

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The Kentucky Democracy Project is planning a series of events to help register voters and acquaint them with candidates.

Kentucky’s voter registration deadline for the November election is Oct. 11.

The events include two candidate meet-and-greets, two pub crawls over the first two weekends of October, and other opportunities to register voters across Northern Kentucky.

The Kentucky Democracy Project will be set up at Piper’s Cafe at the corner of Sixth and Philadelphia streets in Covington from 4 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 1 for a “Democracy Ice Cream Social.”

Various candidates from Kenton County have been invited to attend. In addition, the Kentucky Democracy Project will be able to help people register to vote.

Following that, pizza is being donated by Goodfella’s Pizza in Mainstrasse Village, and volunteers will then break into teams to receive training on registering voters. They will begin a pub crawl starting at 7 p.m. at Piper’s to register voters. 

Several bars have been confirmed including Green House Bar, Bourbon House 1841, Up Over, Crafts and Vines, Bar 32, and ending at Rosie’s Tavern. They are hoping to add other stops along the way.

The following weekend will take people to Newport, where the pub crawl will be at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8, beginning at Wooden Cask Brewing on York Street. Several bars have been confirmed including Game Time Sports Bar & Grill – Newport, Mansion Hill Tavern, Jerry’s Jug House, and end at The Crazy Fox Saloon.

Finally, on Sunday, Oct. 9, the Kentucky Democracy Project is hosting “Coffee with Candidates.” This event will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at Roebling Point Books and Coffee at the corner of Sixth and Overton streets in Newport. 

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Various candidates from Campbell County have been invited to attend. In addition, the Kentucky Democracy Project will be able to help people register to vote.

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