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“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”  –Thomas Jefferson

Welcome to your Restore Liberty Kentucky page. This page will provide one location for various and important information about the political and cultural things going on in your state. Visit this page often.  If you have not already done so, please visit the Consent Declaration and join the many who have already signed the petition by clicking here. You may also Affirm Your Oath to America through the Get Involved tab or click here. Of course, we hope that you find this page helpful. Remember, our Kentucky motto, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.” Let’s stand tall and stand together.

Something About Me

Sheryl Jackson

Throughout her career, Sheryl Jackson has worked to serve others solving for complex business problems and issues that impact society. Through advocacy, creating unlikely partnerships, developing innovative strategy, and building diverse and dynamic teams she has helped to architect solutions that provide transformational change, market advantage, and growth opportunities for many.

Sheryl brings over 26 years of experience with professional service organizations. She provided transformational leadership on behalf of Bank of America managing teams during the national mortgage crisis, interfacing with bank regulators, OCC and CFPB, bank commissioners, and elected officials across the nation. In the middle of this national crisis of home foreclosures her teams were ‘awarded’ the challenge of onboarding the bank’s acquisition of the Countrywide portfolio. Then, as Change Manager, Sheryl guided consultants, vendors, client business partners during the merger and acquisition when of PNC Bank and Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in America. Later she took an internal, cross-functional position with Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group as Knowledge Manager and helped to build out multiple new communities of deep industry expertise and partnered with practice leaders and national sales executives to develop market differentiating practice strategies which better positioned the firm for a buyout by NTT Data of Dallas, Texas.

Sheryl’s early political career began with the Indiana State Medical Association, a professional association which gives its membership voice in establishing state and national policy, offers continuing medical education, shared services, and opportunities to participate in both statewide and national healthcare reform.

Later, Sheryl and her then husband, relocated to Kentucky where he assumed responsibility for an independent community hospital as President and CEO. Through hard work, important partnerships, a team of caring healthcare professionals, and many firsts for the community, they transformed King’s Daughters into a 450 bed regional medical center which serves the Tri-State Area of Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia still today. Sheryl’s experience in healthcare policy, financing, and strategic partnerships proved very instrumental in the exponential growth and transformation that occurred at King’s Daughters’ Medical Center from mid-90’s through 2005 in Ashland, Kentucky.

However, Sheryl’s role in politics and advocacy was far from over. As a homeschooling parent of three young children, Sheryl was already a strong advocate for our U.S. Constitution, American freedoms, and the critical role and the institution of family in our culture. It was not a surprise that Sheryl quickly stepped up as KY Dist. 4 Capital Action Program Coordinator when the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) reached out to advise that homeschooling parents in Kentucky were being arrested in violation of the 4th Amendment. The state was suggesting that their children were truant and had started arresting parents. Help was needed to defeat what would have been a disastrous piece of legislation for freedom and liberty by then KY Rep. Barbara Colter who authored the bill. If passed, it would have made homeschooling illegal in Kentucky. Instead, a network from across the state, worked tirelessly with state legislators in a campaign to help them better understand the true attributes of home education and the impact it was having on students and our society in states where homeschooling laws were favorable. Ultimately, we defeated the bill and adopted legislation that allowed homeschools in Kentucky to be designated a private school.

A compassionate leader, she is also a graduate of Leadership America 2009, and a certified John Maxwell speaker, trainer, and coach. Sheryl provides innovative thought leadership, architects solutions for complex business problems, provides leadership strategy, trains specialty teams, and coaches private clients. She is one of those leaders who often “sees more” and “sees before” other leaders. She has spoken on the subject of leadership for brands such as global technology giant Alcatel-Lucent, national real estate company, Century 21 and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Sheryl has received enterprise awards for leadership, client experience, and customer delight. Sheryl’s undergraduate degree is in business from TWU with graduate work at SMU Dallas for Women in Leadership and later Entrepreneurship both through Cox Business School.

Sheryl frequently takes a quote from previous House Majority Leader, Dick Army, TX-Dist. 26. “Freedom Works” Congressman Michael C. Burgess, M.D. succeeded Dick Army representing the people of N. Texas. Sheryl served in Congressman Burgess’ TX-Dist. 26 office in 2008 providing support to the North Texas Economic Summit and helped facilitate the process for young Texans seeking a congressional recommendation to our nation’s military academies.

She also holds an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Governance from UT Dallas. In additional to growing businesses and giving birth to three nonprofits, Sheryl is passionate about equipping and empowering others to optimize their leadership skills and realize their life’s potential and purpose. Sheryl has three adult children, four grandchildren, two adult Saint Bernards and loves gardening. She can be followed on Facebook, TruthSocial, and LinkedIn.

To Faith, Family, and Freedom.


Vision & Mission

What We Believe

We The People of Kentucky unite around depth of character, resiliency, and the core truths of faith, family, and freedom. Our strong work ethic is part of the Commonwealth of Kentucky legacy which has helped build America through its agriculture, coal, spirits, and steel industries. As the 15th state admitted to the union on June 1, 1792, generations of Kentuckians live life as sovereign people and will courageously work to protect and preserve this great Republic we call The United States of America. We choose to live close to the land, and our Creator.

Kentuckians serve one another, and as ardent defenders of the U.S. Constitution we work to preserve national unity.”

-Kentuckians for Restoring Liberty

“Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” – 2 Corinthians 3:17

Commonwealth of Kentucky Motto “United we stand, divided we fall.”



Requests for Political Endorsements:  Deadline for requesting and applying for an endorsement from Restore Liberty for the May 21st Primary is February 29, 2024. If interested in learning more about RL Political Endorsements, contact your KY State Director here. 

Kentucky Primary: Election Day, Tuesday, May 21, 2024.

KY Secretary of State (SoS) Civic’s Essay Contest Deadline EXTENDED to February 15, 2024.   Civics Essay Contest Grades 6-12

Essay Topic: Grades 9-12 “What can students do to address the mutual distrust of people of opposing political parties?’

Essay Topic: Grades 6-8 “Suggest a slogan to promote respectful discourse in the political arena.”

State Challenges

Your state leader has will provide a list of influential political leadership in your state and highlight the policy positions and agenda of some.  You will also find some related commentary from time to time on RL’s support or opposition to a leader or candidate.  And if you have not already done so, visit the Consent Declaration page and join the many who have signed the petition by clicking here.

Helpful Links

Kentucky State Legislature:                              

Kentucky State Board of Elections                    

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom               

Hillsdale College – Constitution 101 (free)        

Patriot Academy                                              

The Family Foundation – Kentucky                   

Global Veterans Coalition                                

Kentucky Homeschool Organization:                

Home School Legal Defense Association