The Kentucky Constitution is a rare and brilliant document, and that’s no empty statement or pointless hyperbole. No joke; we’ve got one heck of a good Constitution here. Maybe the best. Ask a historian, they’ll back me up on this one.
People don’t know it well enough, and if they did, they’d talk about it more.
The Secretary of State is the champion of the Constitution of Kentucky, and should take the lead in promoting the Constitution to the people. It should be taught in schools, distributed in pamphlets, proclaimed in the streets. A surprising number of the rights all Americans cherish are enumerated and enhanced in this document, and the state would be stronger we knew it better.