Dan Fister for KY State Representative

My name is Dan Fister, and I am running for the Kentucky House of Representatives in the 56th District. This district includes part of Franklin County, part of Fayette County, and all of Woodford County.

I am a Pro-God, Pro-Life candidate that believes very strongly in the U.S. Constitution. Including the Second Amendment and your right to keep and bear arms.

My decision to run for public office was not taken lightly. I am not a politician and truly never considered such a path until I was asked and encouraged by several leaders in our community. As a farmer, property manager, and retired general contractor I have developed the skills necessary to make a positive difference in our community and in our state. It is truly time that you receive the representation you deserve and we start solving our problems rather than ignoring them.

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I want to thank Commissioner Ryan Quarles for clearly stating the overall situation. No one “wants people to die” and as much as some may want to believe, it has nothing to do with Governor Beshear personally. The bottom line is we are a state (and nation) based on laws and there are procedures and processes already in place that need to be followed. The sad thing is you would think an attorney and former Attorney General of KY would understand that. #fister56 ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s important that we keep an eye on this situation at Quad. Many had lost their jobs before the sale and it’s not clear as to how things are going to work out yet. As one of our bigger employers in Woofdord Co, it will have an effect on us all. This also points to the need to expand and diversify our employment opportunities throughout the 56 District. #fister56QUAD/GRAPHICS has been sold to CJK Group of Minnesota, and the general counsel for the new owner said CJK Group will assume existing customer contracts – and none of the Quad employees working there when they took over will lose their jobs as a result of the sale. The story in this week's Sun includes information about pre-CJK Group job losses at Quad. (File photo by John McGary) ... See MoreSee Less

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As we get back to normal and we prepare for our kids to go back to school, keep these dates in mind. I have full faith our children will be safe and the measures taken will be in their best interest. #fister56 ... See MoreSee Less

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