Provides Details on How to Receive Legislative Updates; Share Thoughts With Lawmakers FRANKFORT, Ky. (December 4, 2023) — The Constitution of Kentucky calls for convening the 2024 Legislative Session on Jan. 2 in Frankfort. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer of the 17th Senate District is proactively reaching out to constituents, urging them to stay informed and engaged in the legislative process.
Recognized Again Nationally for Strong Voting Record. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, has again received the recognition of Conservative Excellence from the American Conservative Union Foundation’s (ACUF) Center for Legislative Accountability (CLA). Thayer received a 90 percent rating for his leadership and votes in the 2022 Legislative Session and maintains a lifetime score of 90 percent, the second best in the Senate Majority Caucus. Only Senator Steve West, R-Paris, scored higher (91).
The Kentucky Chamber has partnered this year with the Kentucky Distillers’ Association, Kentucky Thoroughbred Association (KTA), Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), Keeneland Association, and Churchill Downs Incorporated to recognize 2023 Kentucky “Champions for Signature Industries.” Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, was recently named a recipient of the award, along with being named a 2023 Kentucky Chamber of Commerce MVP.
FRANKFORT, KY — As lawmakers continue preparation ahead of the 2024 Legislative Session, which will include enacting a new two-year state road plan, Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, shares an update on progress from the 2022-2024 state road plan.
Gambling.com Group recognizes instrumental sports betting advocates FRANKFORT, KY — Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, has been jointly named the recipient of the American Gambling Awards’ Policymaker of the Year Award alongside Rep. Michael Meredith for their instrumental roles in the enactment of sports betting legislation, House Bill 551.
Award Presented by Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police FRANKFORT, KY — Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, has been awarded the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP) 2023 Outstanding Legislative Service Award.
We continue to build on the momentum created by the Republican Majority. Important legislation has been passed to ensure the safety of our schools, provide pension relief for quasi-governmental entities and regional universities, and we continued to defend the unborn. Though we have a new governor, rest assured that the priorities of the Legislature remain the same. We will continue to champion responsible policies and work toward the betterment of the Commonwealth. The laws passed in 2020 will contribute to the well-being of our state for years to come.Meet Damon On the Issues