“Gerald’s leadership position puts District 33 at the table… his strong record proves it. We must re-elect him to the Senate.”
Senator Gerald Neal is an experienced, proven and effective leader fighting to make a difference for the 33rd Senate District and our community.
Fighting for our children, our seniors, our teachers and our schools
Fighting for community safety, fairness and common sense in our justice system
Fighting against poverty and for economic development
Fighting for environmental protection of our community
Help Gerald Win the May 17th Primary Election
Gerald Neal needs your vote in the May 17th state primary elections! Click on the buttons below to make sure you’re registered to vote and to find out where your polling place is located.
Voting locations can often change, so make sure you know where to vote this year. You can find this info on the state Board of Elections website.
Show your support for Gerald by donating to his campaign for re-election. We need your support, and any amount helps.
4. Vote on May 17th
Most importantly, vote for Gerald Neal on May 17th in the primary elections! As a constituent of District 33, this is the best way to make your voice heard.
“No candidate in this election is more qualified than Gerald.”
Wade HoustonLouisville Businessperson and Philanthropist
“With Gerald on our team in the Senate, we have and can continue to do great things for Louisville.”
Joni L. JenkinsKentucky House of Representatives, District 44
“At this time of instability in Frankfort, we need a proven leader to continue fighting for us.”
Mary C. WoolridgeLouisville Metro Council, District 3
“Gerald is the leader Louisville needs in Frankfort.”
David W. TandyFormer Louisville Metro Council President
“I have seen Gerald’s passion for leading and improving our city firsthand. We are all benefiting from his leadership in the Senate.”
Denise Harper AngelKentucky Senate, District 35
Get to Know Gerald
Senator Gerald Anthony Neal is an attorney, educator, activist and politician from Louisville, Kentucky. He graduated from Kentucky State University (Frankfort, KY) in 1967 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science. He was later bestowed an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters. Senator Neal received his Juris Doctor of Law degree from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, and was named the 2006 Distinguished Alumni Law Fellow. He pursued graduate studies in Political Science at the University of Michigan before returning to Kentucky to begin his legal career.