Sarah Palin

The 2008 Republican presidential ticket is split between the two GOP candidates in the hotly contested Senate race.

In a 60-second radio spot released Friday, U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Az., supports fellow Sen. Richard Lugard, R-In., and reminded voters the six-term lawmaker has stood against President Obama’s administration.

The former presidential candidate also addressed criticisms levied by state Treasurer Richard Mourdock, adding that Lugar is not the president’s favorite Republican.

“Dick Lugar has always put his country first, helping keep our nation safe and secure as the foremost expert on national security in the Unites States Senate,” says McCain. “Yet, some in Indiana are claiming Dick Lugar is Obama’s friend. That’s ridiculous. And I know it firsthand. Because I fight alongside him every day in the Senate. Dick Lugar is a patriot and a hero, and we need him in the United States Senate.

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City Faces $6 Million Deficit, Humana CEO to Retire, Palin Endorses P’Pool: Afternoon Review

by Laura Ellis November 4, 2011

In case you started the weekend early, here are some of the stories we’ve covered today that you may have missed.

Louisville Metro Government is facing a $6 million deficit based on early revenue projections. The shortfall exists despite higher receipts in the first three months of the fiscal year.

Humana president Mike McCallister has announced his retirement after 38 years with the company. He will step down within the next 18 months.

And former Alaska Governor and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin has endorsed Republican Todd P’Pool for Kentucky attorney general. The P’Pool campaign has released robocalls in which Palin urges voters to support P’Pool and mispronounces his last name.

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Palin Backs P’Pool for Kentucky Attorney General (AUDIO)

by admin November 4, 2011

Less than a week until Election Day, former Alaska Governor and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin has endorsed Republican Todd P’Pool for Kentucky attorney general. The Hopkins County Attorney is challenging Democratic incumbent Jack Conway and has sought to nationalize the race by promising to challenge federal environmental regulations and President Obama’s health care overhaul. P’Pool […]

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McConnell Criticized in Upcoming Palin Film

by admin June 6, 2011

In a new documentary film about former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, filmmaker Steven K Bannon takes swipes at Republican congressional leaders for not supporting the former vice presidential candidate against liberal attacks. Entitled ‘The Undefeated’, a segment criticizes the GOP establishment including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., while defending Palin as a Joan of […]

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Palin Mixes Faith And Politics In Convention Speech

by Gabe Bullard September 16, 2010

Several thousand attendees filed into Freedom Hall for the event, which was part of the annual National Quartet Convention. Palin’s speech was mostly a collection of anecdotes about faith, but she occasionally worked in jabs at the media and political commentary.

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Palin Speech Draws Protesters Outside Paul Fundraiser

by Rick Howlett September 16, 2010

The former GOP Vice-Presidential nomineee is the keynote speaker this afternoon at the National Quartet Convention, and prior to that addressed a fundraiser for U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul.

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Palin's Louisville Speech To Focus On Faith, Not Politics

by Gabe Bullard September 15, 2010

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will speak at two events in Louisville Thursday. But only one speech is open to the public, and it won’t focus on politics.

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Kentucky's Eight Electoral College Votes Cast for McCain, Palin

by scrosby December 15, 2008

From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh Electoral College members in Kentucky, like their counterparts across the nation, have officially cast their ballots for President and Vice-President of the United States. Democratic Senator Barack Obama may be the President-elect, but all eight of Kentucky’s Electoral College votes went to Republican Senator John McCain on Arizona. That’s […]

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