THAYER APPOINTED TO KENTUCKY PUBLIC PENSION OVERSIGHT BOARD

Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, has been appointed by Senate President Robert Stivers to the Public Pension Oversight Board. The appointment became effective Thursday, May 26.

THAYER RECEIVES PERFECT RATING FOR HIS SUPPORT OF SMALL BUSINESSES

The state office of the National Federation of Independent Business recently recognized Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) for his voting record in the 2021-22 session of the General Assembly, awarding him a 100 percent rating

SENATOR DAMON THAYER: REMEMBERING OUR FALLEN HEROES

With the school year coming to an official end around Memorial Day, it has become the de facto start to summer. Many of you have your own family traditions for this three-day weekend when the temperature typically heats up; backyard barbecues, yard games, or time at the lake or poolside to create treasured family memories.

THAYER RECOGNIZED AS MVP FOR KENTUCKY BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND SIGNATURE INDUSTRIES

Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) has been awarded another MVP award from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce for his conspicuous actions to ensure Kentucky’s growth, strengthen businesses across the commonwealth and improve competitiveness throughout Kentucky. Thayer is a seven-time recipient of the award.

SENATOR THAYER HELPS SECURE FUNDING FOR KEY FAYETTE COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS

The 2022 Legislative Session of the Kentucky General Assembly has concluded. Included in this year’s road plan for the commonwealth was funding for significant projects in Fayette County. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) played an instrumental role in securing these vital funds.

SENATOR DAMON THAYER SECURES FUNDING FOR KEY GRANT COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE PROJECTS

The 2022 Legislative Session of the Kentucky General Assembly concluded on Thursday, April 14. Included in this year’s road plan was funding for significant projects in Grant County. Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) played an instrumental role in securing vital funding for the projects.

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