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Lamb wins Council race in Kentucky

Victory endorsed candidate Susan Lamb won her race for Lexington-Fayette County Council on Tuesday, bringin much-needed representation to the Bluegrass State’s LGBT community.

Lamb has worked for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for over 27 years, serving as Deputy Council Clerk for 17 of those years before being appointed Council Clerk in 2008. During her time in the Council Clerk’s office, Lamb implemented several system updates, including a legislative management system where the public can follow legislative items as they move through the Council’s Standing Committees and the transition of the country government’s antiquated records center to a new state-of-the-art Records Center & Archives facility.

In 2013, Lamb was named Kentucky’s Municipal Clerk of the Year. She has been a member of Bluegrass Municipal Clerks Association (BMCA), Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association (KMCA), and International Institute of Municipal Clerks. She currently serves on the Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice Board. Most recently, Lamb attended the Victory Institute’s Candidate & Campaign Training in Kansas City, Mo.