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Will McConnell and Grimes agree to debate?
Perhaps Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes will be just as happy if they don’t find themselves together on a stage debating issues in their U.S. Senate campaign.
Beshear's budget moves
FRANKFORT – Gov. Steve Beshear tapped the state’s Rainy Day Fund and reduced funding for all three branches of government in an order Wednesday afternoon announcing how he’ll cover a $91 million
Owensboro candidate won’t run for senate as independent
FRANKFORT — Citing health concerns, Ed Marksberry of Owensboro said Wednesday’s he’s calling off his effort to collect enough signatures to run for the U.S. Senate as an independent.
Jensen’s ‘bus’ is filling up
LEXINGTON — A year ago, Elisabeth Jensen says, there weren’t many people on her bus.
But now, said the Democrat who wants to unseat first-term Republican
Grimes sets fundraising record with $4M for quarter
FRANKFORT — Republican Mitch McConnell has made quite a career out of raising far more money than his political opponents and then using his cash advantage to pound those opponents relentlessly with
State lawmakers tweak gun regulations
Obtaining a concealed carry weapons license within the Commonwealth of Kentucky is not a simple task.
Bouncing Back from the Bottom
FRANKFORT — Most regions of Kentucky are adding jobs, but most of those jobs don’t pay very much, according to a recent analysis of the state’s economy by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Ad wars: McConnell takes shot at Grimes
FRANKFORT — The ad wars and claims of false attacks in Kentucky’s U.S. Senate race continued Wednesday with an ad by incumbent Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell’s campaign answering one released
Heiner draws support in London
LONDON — Hal Heiner says he’s running for governor as “an outsider” who can change the direction of Kentucky by changing the culture of Frankfort.
Grimes releases ad critical of McConnell
FRANKFORT — Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes Tuesday aired her first ad criticizing her opponent, Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell.
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