Special Prosecutor Investigating Sullivan University Over Campaign Contributions

The office of Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway has named a special prosecutor to investigate Sullivan University for potential violations of Kentucky campaign finance laws after school executives encouraged employees to support his opponent in the general election. Earlier this month, a former admissions officer at Spencerian College in Louisville, which is run by Sullivan […]

Conway Campaign Slams P’Pool Backer

Telling supporters it’s “time to fight back” the campaign for Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway criticized the “outrageous agenda” and prominent backers of his general election opponent. Conway’s campaign is trying to raise $10,000 online by September 15 and are highlighting the big name conservatives who are headed to Kentucky to campaign for Republican challenger […]

P’Pool Touts Two Supporters While Conway Asks for Cash

Republican attorney general candidate Todd P’Pool announced Thursday that former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson and former University of Kentucky basketball player Travis Ford will headline a fundraiser for him in October. Grayson served as Kentucky Secretary of State from 2003 to 2011, before taking a position in January as the Director of the […]

Virginia Attorney General to Campaign for P’Pool

Helping a Republican ticket across state lines, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will be campaigning for Kentucky attorney general candidate Todd P’Pool in late September. The trip will be highlighted by a fundraiser in Elizabethtown, which will further highlight GOP nominee’s attempts to nationalize the race against Demcoratic Attorney General Jack Conway as a referendum […]

P’Pool Addresses Questionable Contributions

Republican candidate for attorney general Todd P’Pool won’t return contributions from a for-profit university being investigated by the Kentucky attorney general’s office and lashed out at Democratic incumbent Jack Conway for calling on him to do so. Last week, a former admissions officer at Spencerian College in Louisville, which is run by Sullivan University, accused […]

P’Pool Launches First TV Ad

Hoping to gain traction in his bid to unseat Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway this fall, Republican attorney general candidate Todd P’Pool will begin airing his first campaign television advertisement Tuesday. The 30-second spot made its YouTube debut Monday and stresses the GOP nominee’s faith, support of the coal industry and his work as a […]

Conway Campaign Slaps Back Against P’Pool, RPK Ad

Responding to an attack ad released by the Republican Party of Kentucky on Friday, the campaign to re-elect Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway is scolding Republican challenger Todd P’Pool for taking money from universities that are under investigation. The GOP released the YouTube video to mark 100 days of criticizing Conway for helping his brother, […]

RPK Marks 100 Days of Conway Criticism With Attack Ad

After hammering the point for 100 days, the Republican Party of Kentucky has released an online video attacking Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway that continues to question if he had any involvement in a drug investigation that focused on his younger brother. In April, Conway’s brother, Matt, stepped down as an assistant prosecutor in the […]

School Facing AG Probe Urges Support for Conway’s Opponent

A former admissions officer at the for-profit Spencerian College in Louisville  told the Lexington Herald-Leader Thursday that executives being investigated by Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway have urged employees to support his opponent in the fall election. Campaign finance records show the chancellor of Sullivan University, which owns Spencerian, and his executives contributed $12,000 to […]

AG: Daymar College Violated Consumer Protection Laws

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway has filed suit against Owensboro-based Daymar College, accusing it of deceptive marketing and misleading students about their education at the for-profit school. Conway says Daymar officials took part in a scheme under which students were forced to purchase textbooks and supplies from the school at a higher price than charged […]