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“Former Lexington Vice Mayor Linda Gorton, who cast a vote for Lexington’s Fairness Ordinance in 1999, is the C-FAIR choice for endorsement in the Lexington Mayor Primary. As Vice Mayor, Linda spearheaded Lexington’s Domestic Partner Benefits for city workers before the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, and has always brought an attitude of collaboration and common sense to her leadership in the city.” 

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kentucky_kernel_logoOPINIONLinda Gorton is right for Lexington, UK
Saadia Akhtar Oct 23, 2018

“Her business initiatives tackle major problems and aspects of Lexington because she plans to work on getting more reliable internet, making Lexington a high-tech area in animal sciences and promoting Lexington’s “brand.”

That last goal of Gorton’s is exceptionally important, because Lexington has a lot to offer, but is not widely considered a tourism city. Branding Lexington, which is already known for UK’s basketball team, is a crucial task which will bring much needed business and tourism in the area. If successfully branded, it will attract a lot more students to UK, and will make the school more well-known, too.

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“Former Lexington Vice Mayor Linda Gorton, who cast a vote for Lexington’s Fairness Ordinance in 1999, is the C-FAIR choice for endorsement in the Lexington Mayor Primary. As Vice Mayor, Linda spearheaded Lexington’s Domestic Partner Benefits for city workers before the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, and has always brought an attitude of collaboration and common sense to her leadership in the city.” 

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TESTIMONIALS & ENDORSEMENTS

“Former Lexington Vice Mayor Linda Gorton, who cast a vote for Lexington’s Fairness Ordinance in 1999, is the C-FAIR choice for endorsement in the Lexington Mayor Primary. As Vice Mayor, Linda spearheaded Lexington’s Domestic Partner Benefits for city workers before the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, and has always brought an attitude of collaboration and common sense to her leadership in the city.” 

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