About ten area residents gathered in Louisville Thursday to voice support for a single-payer health care plan.
Kentucky Senate Republicans will meet privately Friday to elect a new majority leader. Sen. Dan Kelly of Springfield has resigned the post.
Congressman John Yarmuth says Democrats may not need a filibuster-proof 60 vote majority to pass health care overhaul legislation through the Senate.
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is in western Kentucky today for the 129th Fancy Farm Picnic. Now that he’s Gov. Steve Beshear’s running mate for 2011, this is one of the mayor’s first chances to make an impression on voters outside of the Louisville area. Abramson was relaxed, smiling and […]
Washington Post columnist George Will visited Louisville yesterday Wednesday to speak to the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting.
Todd County businessman Bill Johnson joins Bunning and retired engineer Roger Thoney as declared candidates in the GOP primary. Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson and Bowling Green optometrist Rand Paul have both expressed interest in the job, but they say they won’t run unless Bunning drops out.
The U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee will hear from General Motors and Chrysler executives about dealership closures Wednesday.
Williams told reporters at the GOP Lincoln Dinner in Louisville Saturday night, if Bunning stays in the race and continues to have trouble raising funds, then “Someone will have to take him on.”
With the formation of Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson’s exploratory committee, national media has started a “Bunning Campaign Death Watch” of sorts.
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.