Office of Kentucky Lt. Governor Jerry Abramson

Education is Key

To compete for 21st century jobs, Kentucky will need a 21st century educated workforce. Here the Lieutenant Governor meets with students from Centre College.

Growing Kentucky's Economy

Cutting the Ribbon with local officials to announce that HT Hackney will add new jobs and invest more than $15M in their Kentucky facilities in Paducah.

Honoring Our Veterans

The Lieutenant Governor visits with veterans at the Lexington VA Medical Center during National Salute to Veteran Patients Week.

Community Investment

Lt. Governor Abramson joins community leaders and company officials to announce Westpack establishing manufacturing operations in Covington.

Service

A former Boy Scout himself, Lt. Governor Abramson was happy to visit with a group of Girl Scouts during their visit to the State Capitol.

Preparing Our Students

Lt. Gov. Abramson joins students at BCTC Career Craze, a weeklong camp designed to expose youths to technical and manufacturing skills needed in today’s job market. Camps, sponsored by KCTCS, are held throughout the state.


“AS A LIFELONG KENTUCKIAN and one who believes strongly in public service, I’m honored to be Kentucky’s Lieutenant Governor. My experience over the years and my love for Kentucky are my guiding principles in helping Governor Steve Beshear make our Commonwealth the best in the nation. Whether it’s supporting the private sector in creating more jobs in our state or ensuring educational opportunities are available for every citizen, our mission is clear and defined. I encourage all Kentuckians to join us as we work to enhance the quality of life for all Kentuckians.”

Jerry E. Abramson

SPOTLIGHT: kyhealthnow

Kentucky’s dismal health rankings are well-known and span generations. That’s why Governor Beshear has made improving the health and wellness of Kentucky’s children, families and workforce one of his highest priorities. To significantly advance the wellbeing of Kentucky’s citizens, the governor announced the kyhealthnow initiative and designated seven key goals to achieve over the next five years, covering some critical areas in which we lag as a state.

Learn more at kyhealthnow.ky.gov.