The major-party candidates for three offices will debate this week at the University of Louisville. And two of the debates will be broadcast nationally.
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.
Billboards calling the Kennedy Bridge “structurally deficient” will soon be up in Louisville.
The signs are the work of the Laborers’ International Union of North America, which held a rally downtown Thursday to call for more federal infrastructure spending.
In separate locations in Marshall County Friday night, the two Kentuckians running for U.S. Senate were test-driving their Fancy Farm speeches.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway has picked up a key endorsement in the U.S. Senate race. But the endorsement still leaves lingering questions. At issue was Mongiardo’s almost $80,000 campaign debt and whether or not the Conway camp had agreed to help retire the debt. Apparently that issue remains unresolved
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.
To mark the centennial of the state Capitol building in Frankfort, WFPL and Kentucky Public Radio are spotlighting some of Kentucky’s top statesmen, influential political leaders who served the commonwealth in Frankfort or Washington, or both. Today, we profile U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell.
A Republican Party of Kentucky unity rally in Frankfort Saturday drew several hundred of the party faithful, and a small group of protestors.
The Attorney General’s election fraud hotline stayed busy on Tuesday, primary Election Day in Kentucky.
Voter turnout for today’s primaries has not met expectations in Jefferson County.