Kyle B. Earley
Meet the Candidate: House District 10 State Representative
Name: Kyle B. Earley
Who is Kyle Earley?
Kyle Earley is a Pastor, Activist and Leader, raised in Cleveland, Ohio.
Speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves “Proverbs 31:8-9”
Raised in Cleveland, Ohio in the Collinwood - Glenville area, Earley is no stranger to the community. His work and activism has taken him across the state of Ohio and the Greater Cleveland area as an Advocate for Justice.
Organizing and Advocacy Background:
2006 - Advocated for One Church One Child – Foster Care and Adoption
2008 - Progress Ohio – for tougher background checks on the purchase of guns and assault rifles
2009 - Organized the Cleveland Voter Coalition to address the need to increase voter turnout, by voter education and engagement
2011 - Organized to fight SB5 – a bill created to attack and dismantle our labor movement which protects the rights and wages of workers
2012 - Organized to fight HB 194 – a voter suppression bill
2014 – Political Director for Senator Nina Turner, state wide Ohio Secretary of State Campaign
2015 – Established the Youth Empowerment League for 5th and 6th grade students
2016 – 2017 – Spokesperson and Community Outreach Director for Raise Up Cleveland – Raising the Minimum Wage in Cleveland
2017 – Fought against tax payer money for the transformation of the Quicken Loans Arena
Serving the Community:
Pastor Earley has been a mentor for over 10 years, working with young men to become responsible men in their communities. Due to his endless service to the community and passion for social justice, Pastor Kyle Earley received the Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice award from the State of Ohio, Who’s Who in Black Cleveland Top 50 Influential Leaders, Cleveland Cavaliers Black Heritage Celebration Award, One Church One Child Community Leadership Award, Christian Community Beacon of Hope Award, and the Heart Feeders Social Justice Award.
Why This Election Is So Important:
House District 10 covers parts of the following Wards 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 15. This is one of the most diverse House Districts in the State. For too long only part of the district has had any representation. Earley intends to represent the entire district. One of the ways he will accomplish this is by having 2 offices, one east and one west. His unique proposal of having regular town halls will help identify issues that each community is dealing with and will keep our residents and businesses informed regarding policies and legislation taking place in Columbus.
The Only Candidate with a 2-Year Plan:
- Community Engagement
- Ready-to-Work Database
- Raising the Minimum Wage and Fair Wages
- Organize Council for Fair Funding
- Eliminating Blight and Saving Homes
How To Reach Us: https://www.facebook.com/pg/peopleforkyleearley | Phone: 216-324-5036 | Email: Earley2018@Gmail.com
Lifelong Collinwood resident - Community Leader - Servant