Primary Election Wrap-Up

About 14 percent of registered voters in Kentucky cast ballots Tuesday in primary battles on the federal, state and city levels. Here’s a rundown of the results: Federal More than 40 Percent of Kentucky Democratic Voters Choose “Uncommitted” Over Obama Massie Decisively Wins Fourth Congressional District Primary State Only One Incumbent Defeated in Legislative Primaries… Continue reading Primary Election Wrap-Up

Candidates Begin Filing for Council Elections

Eight District Councilman Tom Owen isn’t surprised another Democrat wants to unseat him. “No one filed for the seat four years ago in either the primary or the general election. I certainly did not assume that I would draw a bye again,” he says. Filing for the 2012 elections began last week. Community activist Curtis… Continue reading Candidates Begin Filing for Council Elections

Filing Begins for 2012 Elections

Candidates may now file to run in next year’s elections. Various federal and municipal races will be on the ballot, including all six of Kentucky’s seats in the House of Representatives. Fourteen Louisville Metro Council seats are up for a vote next year. Presidential election years typically draw a higher interest from candidates and voters… Continue reading Filing Begins for 2012 Elections