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The Candidate to restore Kentucky Pride through Kentucky Strength
Campaign Fund of Jimmy AusbrooksP.O. Box 264Franklin, KY 42135US
Native of Kentucky, born in 1971. Raised in Franklin. Attended Franklin-Simpson schools and graduated from Oneida Baptist Institute in 1989. Graduated from Western Kentucky University with Bachelor of Art degree-Government in 2000. Graduated from Lindsey Wilson College, School of Professional Counseling with Master of Education degree- Human Development and Counseling in 2018, with honors. Therapist for non-profit community mental health agency. Member of the American Counseling Association and Kentucky Counseling Association. President of Kentucky Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling. Vice-President of South Central Kentucky Mental Health Counseling. Seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party for the honor to run and serve Kentucky as her U S Senator.
Picture of Candidate Jimmy Ausbrooks looking toward the future of Kentucky.
“ I want your support to defeat Mitch McConnell in 2020. The U S Senate needs a new voice. Let me be that voice Kentucky. "
"Kentucky Pride and Strength."
Picture of Candidate Jimmy Ausbrooks on the square in Franklin, Kentucky.
June 1, 2019 Jimmy Ausbrooks notified the state that he will be running for U S Senate in 2020 and intends to raise money for his campaign.
Picture of Candidate Jimmy Ausbrooks in front of the Simpson Count Courthouse.
Your candidate has been part of his community for many years, working tirelessly to make it a better place. Jimmy Ausbrooks is seeking to take his actions to Washington D.C. and serve not only his country, but serve all the hard working men and women in Kentucky.
Mr. Ausbrooks works tirelessly serving men, women, and children as a community mental health counselors. He sees daily the plight of adults and children suffering from mental illness, substance abuse, physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, and individuals struggling with sexual identity.
Mr. Ausbrooks serves his community and profession to remove the stigma of mental illness and sexual identity. He volunteers his own time to advocate for mental health awareness and equality for the LGBTQ community.
Mr. Ausbrooks is the Kentucky Counseling Association division president of the Kentucky Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling and serves as the chapter vice-president for the South Central Community Mental Health Association. He is a mentor with the Dr. Bill Braden Mentoring Leadership Academy, a program for emerging leaders.
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