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State Representative - 48th District

Kentucky legislative power is vested in a House of Representatives and a Senate, which together form the "General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky." Duties: The Legislature makes the state’s laws, determines the duties and services of government and provides for their execution, and levies taxes and appropriate funds for the support of government operations. The House of Representatives consists of 100 Representatives.Terms: Representatives are elected for two-year terms in even numbered years.Qualifications: At the time of election, a representative must be at least 24 years of age, a citizen of Kentucky, resided in Kentucky for the 2 years preceding the election, and the last year thereof in the county, town or city, for which chosen.

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    Maria SOROLIS

Biographical Information

Why are you running?

What will you do to increase voter turnout?

Campaign Phone (502) 882-0384
Contact email
Twitter @Fleming_ken
Current Job Executive Director of Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center
To leverage my years of business, government and not-for-profit experience to serve others so that they and their families can have a better quality of life.
In being an owner of businesses and as an elected official for Louisville Metro Council and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, I have developed strategies to increase the motivation of people to take action.
Campaign Phone (502) 622-8690
Contact email
Twitter @sorolismn
Current Job Attorney
Government is supposed to make life easier and better for average Kentuckians. Representatives are supposed to serve consituents - not big donors and PACs and cronies. The people who pay for government through their taxes deserve transparency in how their tax money is being spent and in how laws are being crafted - and why. We need a thoroughly considered revision of our tax code - not something pushed through in secret in 72 hours. We need representatives who are interested in finding and creating avenues for greater revenue and in making our genuine public education system a priority with funding to allow smaller classes, less testing and more teaching.
I am canvassing in my district every day and am reminding everyone with whom I speak of the importance of their vote. I will do a push to get out the vote immediately prior to election day.