Friday, December 11, 2009

Why is Tyler wearing Red?

Tyler made it down to the"Olde Tyme Christmas on Frankfort Avenue" Sunday. The festive activities included the Santa Sprint Run and Stroll, the festive Dog Walk, and the Good Neighbor Awards.

Notice Tyler is wearing Red like Santa. That's because he's got lots of goodies (Good Ideas) for Louisville. (Unlike any Scrooges that might want to give us more of the same.)
Photo compliments of Haven Harrington III.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Out Listening to Constituents

Tyler accepted the invitation to Wednesday night's Campaign Preview Party for Mike Slaton at the Green Building. Mike Slaton, who is running for KY State Representative in District 41, was honored and grateful to have him in attendance.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Great meeting with campaign team this morning!

Tyler hosted our first campaign meeting at our new campaign headquarters located 2072 Preston St. (40217), today. Present were much of the original gang that got us started, and some new faces that are now on board. The headquarters is located just North of Nord's Bakery and the Zanzabar. About 3-4 blocks north of Eastern Parkway. Stop in and say hi real soon!

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Visit us this weekend at Southwest Festival!

What are you doing this Saturday? Because you can come join the Tyler Allen for Mayor Campaign with over 22,000 other folks in taking part of the Southwest Community Festival- located in Southwest Jefferson County at Sun Valley Park, 6505 Bethany Lane. Here's a snazzy video even!

Never been before? That's okay.
Here's a map, showing how easy it is to find.

Friday, October 2, 2009

"What do YOU have to say?"

Whatever it is YOU have to say, get down to St James Art Fair this weekend and share it with Tyler Allen and his fierce team of loyal and devoted volunteers.
Here's some pictures of some of the fun we had this weekend at the Fair!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Are you completely STOKED about St James Art Fair?

I can tell you Team Tyler- St James sure is. Tonight we got up almost 40 signs in Old Louisville alone! And we unveiled the new Tyler for Mayor shirts that are pretty fierce (See pic)

If you haven't met Tyler before, or you just want to catch up with him -this weekend is your chance! He'll be out at St James Court Art Show starting at 2pm-6pm Friday, 10am-6pm on Saturday, and 10am-5pm on Sunday. Now we won't have a booth, so you'll just have to look for the good-looking and forward-thinking folks that will be wearing these fancy black t-shirts!

When you come out, be prepared to tell Tyler what issues are important to YOU. Tyler is a great listener and what YOU have to say is IMPORTANT to unleashing our city's future! We're hoping you'll be feeling kinda Hollywood, too. Cause we'll have a couple FLIP VIDEO cameras to record what you have to say and upload your performance on the Tyler Allen for Mayor Youtube channel after the Fair.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Tyler Soaked in Some Ideas Today

Tyler made it down to the Idea Festival today. If you didn't make it down, check out the podcasts at

Monday, September 21, 2009

Team Tyler-St. James needs YOU!

As Saint James Art Fair is only 11 days away, we need your help in gaining exposure and spreading our message among the hundreds of thousands that will be gathering at the Fair from from October 2-4th.

We'll be in our Tyler 4 Mayor T-shirts, distributing Tyler 4 Mayor fliers while Tyler himself meets a lot of folks during the 3-day Fair. We'll also need volunteers to help in getting signs up in Old Louisville before the fair.

If you have some time October 1-4 and would like to volunteer to be part of Team Tyler-St. James, please give us your contact information and you'll be hearing from the Captain of Team Tyler-St. James in the coming days to set you up on the schedule. Go Team Tyler-St. James!

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Sunday night is a great time to become a Charter Supporter of Tyler Allen for Mayor!


Wow. What a busy week!
Thursday night, Tyler was one of only three candidates that participated in the debate sponsored by the Metropolitan Louisville Women's Political Caucus, and then this weekend he made it out to the 79th Fairdale Community Fair to listen to some folks out there and share with them his vision for Louisville's future.

While the campaign has already received a great many pioneering
charter supporters through its
donation page, we want more! One can easily become a Charter Supporter by donating just $25 (or more) to the campaign before
midnight tonight, Sunday, September 20! Charter Supporters will receive free admission to a future VIP campaign event -- can't beat that!

Here's our goal: Reach 100 charter supporters by the end of the the day. Would you like to help us meet that goal? Yeah, we thought you would, too! Just jump to this link: -- As Tyler says "Your support will be vital to create a culture of inclusion in Louisville that could unleash the power of all our citizens."

Thank you very much for your vision, passion, time and support.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Getting ready to announce

It's Monday night at nine, and I'm meeting with my campaign team in order to finalize our website and to plan strategy for our announcement this week. It's amazing how much needs to be done and how little time we have to do it, even though the primary election is still many months away...