More than one hundred gather on Tuesday evening at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage in Louisville to rally with Former Kentucky Representative Charles Booker.
This event is one of many created to encourage others to vote, have hope and believe in change as Booker is running as democratic nominee for the United States Senator position.
The evening consist of an open performance by Louisville’s own R&B singer Marzz, guest speakers Colmon Elridge and DNC Chairman Jaime Harrison all present to help amplify the voices and hearts of those within the room.
From the “Hood to the Holler,” not many people believe that a little boy from 35th and Market Street would be in the position that he is in now today. Booker is working hard to ensure justice for ALL!
During the event Booker asked for there to be a moment of silence for #BreeWay member Chris Wells. Wells took his own life Sunday, he was a man who worked effortlessly to seek justice during the times that the city of Louisville needed love and support most. It’s an emotional and spiritual journey when fighting for justice.
Booker is running against Republican Rand Paul.
The election will take place November 8.
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