Justin Lamb is a lifelong resident of Marshall County and has been active in the Democratic Party most of his life. He is a member of the Marshall County Young Democrats and Marshall County Democratic Executive Committee. In 2010, Justin was awarded the “Young Democrat of Year” award by the Marshall County Democratic Executive Committee. Justin has worked with several local, state, and national Democratic campaigns. For the past five years, Justin has been employed as an Administrative Assistant to Marshall County Judge/Executive Mike Miller. Justin also writes a popular weekly local history column for the Tribune-Courier which spotlights the political history of Marshall County. Justin looks forward to reaching out to young people in his district to get more involved in the political process.
Michael Wilson started the Larue, Hardin, and Meade County Young Democrats. He currently serves as treasurer of the Larue County Democratic Executive Committee and is heavily involved with the Hardin County Democratic Executive Committee and their Women’s Club. He worked on the Coordinated Campaign in 2011 for the state Party as a field operative for Larue, Nelson, Hardin, and Meade. He is working toward his Bachelor degree at Western Kentucky University in accounting. In his spare time, Michael likes to volunteer at a local warm food kitchen and helps out at his local church during the holidays.
Kerry Holleran grew up in Bracken County, Kentucky, and currently lives in Covington. She received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English from Xavier University and a J.D. From NKU Chase College of Law. She currently works for the Kentucky Innocence Project in Frankfort.
Kerry serves at PTO Vice President and on the Site-Based Decision Making Council at John G. Carlisle Elementary in Covington, KY where her nine-year-old daughter, Aryah, attends school. Kerry is active in the Kenton County Democratic party, and holds the position of Secretary on the Kenton County Democratic Party’s Executive Committee, is Vice-President of the Northern Kentucky Young Democrats, and is a member of the 2012 Emerge Kentucky class. Kerry was appointed by Governor Beshear in April of 2012 to serve on Kentucky’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.
Alan resides on his family farm in Menifee County in Eastern Kentucky; He attends Morehead State University majoring in Agriculture Business. Alan was raised with a strong political background in his county, which got him interested in politics at a young age. He is also President of the Menifee County Young Democrats and PR of the Morehead State Young Democrats. He has worked with many national, state and local campaigns. Alan is looking forward to help the counties and young people in his district get more involved.