KYD Presidents

Since 1929, the Kentucky Young Democrats have been led by a group of exciting young leaders. Each president has left a unique mark on the Kentucky Young Democrats, the Democratic Party and our Commonwealth. We thank each of them for their service and are excited about the leaders to come!

KYD Presidents

Term Name           Hometown
2016-2018 Travis Scott Paintsville

2014-2016

Clint Morris Lexington 
2011-2014 Liz Fossett Covington (Lexington)
2010-2011 Chad Mattingly Lebanon
2007-2010 Chad Aull Lexington
2005-2007 Jack Walker Louisville
2003-2005 Jean-Marie Lawson Bowling Green
2002-2003 Doug Howard Frankfort
2000-2002 Joe Palumbo Lexington
1999-2000 Stephen Long Crestwood
1998-1999 Kurt Denton Henderson
1997-1998 Steve Gold Henderson
1996-1997 Stanley Osborne Louisville
1995-1996 Adam Edelen Lexington
1993-1994 Jeremy Morgan Hindman
1991-1992 John Keller Lexington
1989-1991 Patricia Vincent Sacremento
1988-1989 Robin Webb Grayson
1987-1988 Eddie Riddle Frankfort
1987 Greg May Pikeville
1986-1987 Sherman Bowman Bonnieville
1985-1986 Brad Perkins Owensboro
1984-1985 Mark Henry Paris
1983-1984 Redmon Lair Cynthiana
1982-1983 Bobby Rowe Greenup
1981-1982 Mark Brown Brandenburg
1980-1981 Bill Alverson Paris
1979-1980 Mickey McGuire Grayson
1978-1979 Bill Patrick Clay City
1977-1978 Denny Nunnelley Midway
1976-1977 Mike Green Brandenburg
1975-1976 Dale Emmons Fleminsburg
1974-1975 Robert Arnold Frankfort
1972-1974 Kelsey Friend, Jr. Pikeville
1971-1972 Alice McDonald Louisville
1970-1971 Herbie Deskins Pikeville
1969-1970 Jody Richards Bowling Green
1967-1969 Don Mills Lexington
1965-1966 Clifford Smith Midway
1964-1965 W. Terry McBrayer Lexington
1962-1964 Richard Moorman Leitchfiled
1960-1962 Barkley Sturgill Prestonsburg
1958-1960 Thomas Carroll Louisville
1956-1958 Tom Garrett Paducah
1954-1956 Thelma Stovall Louisville
1952-1954 Foster Ockerman, Sr. Lexington
1951-1952 Edward (Ned) Breathitt Hopkinsville
1950-1951 Wendell H. Ford Owensboro
1948-1950 J.D. Buckman Shepardsville
1946-1948 John Keck Sandy Hook
1941-1946 Harry King Lowman Ashland
1937-1941 William  Natcher Bowling Green
1933-1937 Milton Whitford Elizabethtown
1931-1933 William Crowder Mayfield
1930-1931 Tom Logan Madisonville
1929-1930 Gene Mosely  Louisville