U.S. Senate candidates Jack Conway and Rand Paul shared a stage Thursday for the first time since the May primary, and each candidate accused the other of being too extreme.
Six Kentucky counties have been chosen at random for post-primary election audits by the attorney general’s office. The counties are Pulaski, Clinton, Bath, Breckinridge, Johnson and Hart. Attorney General Jack Conway says the audits are quality control measures.
Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Dan Mongiardo and Attorney General Jack Conway clashed occasionally at a forum featuring Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate held at the University of Louisville Thursday.
The school’s “You of L Votes” series currently consists of two forums. The first is a meeting of at least ten candidates for mayor of Louisville. It will be held Tuesday evening and will focus on sustainability and economic development.
Demonstrations are were held across Kentucky Tuesday to urge Senator Jim Bunning to stop blocking an extension of unemployment benefits. At a rally in Louisville, about 50 demonstrators criticized the senator for his actions.
Louisville Metro Government is sponsoring a trio of trash collection events over the next several weeks.
A Franklin County judge’s ruling that upholds Kentucky’s price-gouging law has given Attorney General Jack Conway a boost in his civil case against two oil companies.
Louisville Metro Councilman Hal Heiner says he’s disappointed with Attorney General Jack Conway’s opinion on the mayor’s economic development powers.
Conway has determined that Abramson has the authority to negotiate and enter into such contracts without council approval.
Stats wizard Nate Silver at 538.com has weighed in on Senator Jim Bunning’s chances for re-election now that Secretary of State Trey Grayson has formed an exploratory committee.