Lally says he believes voters are worried about the growing national debt and will elect leaders next month who will take more decisive action to curb federal spending.
In the Third District Congressional race, the poll numbers are mixed and don’t seem helpful: September’s Courier-Journal/WHAS11 Bluegrass poll found 45% of likely voters would cast their ballots for Todd Lally, 47% for incumbent John Yarmuth, percent. More recently, a CN2 Politics poll showed Yarmuth leading 53% to Lally’s 30%, and each side has now launched their first television ads. Whether you’ve already made up your mind or are still doing your research, join us this Thursday when Candidate Todd Lally talks about his platform and takes your questions. Listen to the Show
The candidates for the U.S. House in the Third District held their second face-to-face debate on Kentucky Educational Television Monday night. Among the issues discussed by Republican challenger Anne Northup and Democratic incumbent John Yarmuth was the war in Iraq. Yarmuth said the war was a “folly” from the beginning. “And it remains a folly,” Yarmuth said. […]