Keck Announces $200k Raised in first Report of Gubernatorial Candidacy

In his first 40 days seeking the GOP nomination for Governor of Kentucky, Somerset Mayor Alan Keck is announcing he raised more than $200,000.

“I am energized by the support we’re receiving from across the Commonwealth and the country,” Keck said. “It is clear voters want to see common sense return to the governor’s office in Kentucky. They want policies that put families first and put money back in their pockets, policies that protect their freedoms and restore their values. That is the Keck Game Plan for Kentucky. I am so grateful to the many voters who have jumped on board this effort by giving their time, talent and treasure, and I can’t wait to continue sharing my vision for Kentucky with people across the state.”

The final quarter of the 2022 fundraising cycle ended on January 31. Full reports from all the candidates for governor and constitutional office next year are expected to become public soon with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance.

Keck is one of a dozen declared Republican candidates for governor and the only one to put out a detailed policy platform.

Candidates have until 4 pm on Friday, January 6 to file for office as a Democrat or Republican.