Beshear Records Robocall Supporting Walker

In today’s closely watched Democratic primary election for secretary of state, Governor Steve Beshear called voters on behalf of incumbent Elaine Walker, who faces Lexington attorney Alison Lundergan Grimes. Beshear appointed the former mayor of Bowling Green to fill the remainder of former Secretary of State Trey Grayson’s term in January, but had kept Walker […]

Polls Open, Near Record Low Turnout Expected

Kentucky elections officials are predicting the second-lowest voter turnout for a primary in more than 10 years. Secretary of State Elaine Walker predicts 10% of voters will go to the polls today. The most notable race in the primary is the Republican race for governor. State Senate President David Williams has led in polls. He’s […]

GOP Secretary of State Candidates Debate Voter Fraud, Birth Certificates

Appearing on cn|2 Pure Politics, the two Republican candidates for Kentucky secretary of state defended their proposals for cracking down on voter fraud by implementing tighter restrictions at the ballot box. Telecommunications consultant Hilda Legg and businessman Bill Johnson faced off in a debate moderated by Ryan Alessi in which both said they want to […]

Today Is Primary Election Day In Indiana

Turnout is expected to be low in many areas today as Indiana voters go to the polls to select nominees for municipal offices. There are contested races in the Democratic primaries for mayor of Jeffersonville and New Albany. Several council seats are up for election in Jeffersonville and Clarksville. The Democratic challenger to Republican Indianapolis […]

Absentee Voting Open for Primary Election

Less than four weeks until Election Day, certain voters across Kentucky can begin to cast their absentee ballots in the May 17 primary. State law does provides opportunities for citizens such as military personnel, students temporarily residing outside their county, and the disabled to cast absentee votes before the primary election. “It is very important […]