Republican Governors Association Quick to Support Williams

Praising Republican gubernatorial candidate David Williams, the Republican Governors Association issued a statement Tuesday in support of the GOP nominee that blasted Democratic Governor Steve Beshear and President Barack Obama. Williams beat Louisville businessman Phil Moffett and Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw in the May 17 primary with 48 percent of the vote, but lost […]

UPDATE: Only Two Calls Received on Vote Fraud Hotline

UPDATE: As of 3 p.m. EDT, two calls have been received by the Kentucky attorney general’s election fraud hotline since the polls opened Tuesday morning.  One call came from Fayette County and the other from Henry County.  Both calls were characterized as general complaints and did not involve allegations of vote-buying. With a dismal turnout […]

Conway, Mongiardo to Co-Chair Grimes Campaign

With less than a week until the primary election, Democratic secretary of state candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes has announced that Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway and Lt. Governor Daniel Mongiardo will serve as statewide co-chairs of her campaign. Grimes is seeking the party’s nomination in a closely watched race against incumbent Secretary of State Elaine […]

Walker Reminds Voters of “Do’s and Don’ts” in Upcoming Election

For the few citizens who are projected to participate in the May 17 primary election, Secretary of State Elaine Walker has released a “Do’s and Don’ts” list for Kentucky voters. “We want to make sure that people are informed about the upcoming election and their rights as voters,” says Walker.  “We hope more people participate […]

UPDATE: P’Pool Flexes Fundraising Output, Conway Camp Responds

Running unopposed in the primary election, Republican candidate for attorney general and Hopkins County Attorney Todd P’Pool raised an impressive $114,335, according to the latest campaign finance reports. The 15-day reporting period is the last filing before the May 17 primary and stretches from April 15 through May 1. Records show during that time P’Pool […]

IUS Student On Ballot For Jeffersonville Council Seat

Candidates for municipal office across Indiana are launching their general election campaigns, now that the primaries are over. Among the candidates for Jeffersonville City Council is Republican Matt Owen, a 20 year old student at Indiana University Southeast. Owen was the top vote-getter in the GOP primary for three at-large council seats. Two other Republicans […]

P’Pool Raises $100,000 at Fundraising Event

Facing no opposition in the primary, Republican candidate for attorney general Todd P’Pool raised more than $100,000 during a campaign fundraiser in Madisonville last Thursday. Since announcing his candidacy, P’Pool, who serves as the Hopkins County Attorney, has caught the attention of political observers for his successful fundraising efforts thus far. Compared to incumbent Attorney General […]

Beshear Ends Two-Day Medicaid Tour

“They get in there in the Senate and dilly-dally around—the House did their work—and three days before the end of the session, they come out with this preposterous proposal to balance Medicaid on the backs of schoolchildren. That’s not going to fly,” Beshear said during his final stop in Louisville.