State Central Executive Committee
The SCEC is the governing body of the Kentucky Democratic Party. Members comprise Democratic activists and leaders from across the Commonwealth, all committed to electing Democrats.
There are presently 51 voting members of the SCEC, including members from each Congressional District, members At-Large, Democratic National Committee representatives and Democratic representatives from the General Assembly. The Presidents of the Kentucky Young Democrats and the Kentucky Democratic Woman's Club also serve as members of the SCEC.
Non-voting members of the SCEC include the Legal Counsel and Treasurer, as well as all statewide elected Democratic Constitutional Officers, U.S. Senators and U.S. Congressmembers.
How do you become a member of the State Central Executive Committee?
Members of the SCEC are elected at the Kentucky Democratic Party Congressional and State Conventions, held during every Presidential election year. They are elected by county-wide and legislative district (Fayette and Jefferson counties) delegates, and serve four-year terms.
The Chief Executive Officers of the State Central Executive Committee are the Chair and Vice-Chair.
For more information, please refer to the bylaws.
Chair & Vice-Chair
Ben Self, Chair
Neville Blakemore, Vice-Chair
Ford, Dee Dee
Graham, Rep. Derrick
Neal, Sen. Gerald
Palumbo, Rep. Ruth Ann
Stubblefield, Kathy Jo