In this year’s Kentucky elections, most of the Democratic nominees are favored to win. But Republicans say their nominee for Attorney General, Todd P’Pool has a strong chance of unseating incumbent Jack Conway. Though he’s served in office for four years, Conway is most recently known for his unsuccessful U.S. Senate bid against Rand Paul… Continue reading GOP Hopes Conway Vulnerable After Senate Loss
Following other GOP nominees running for office in Kentucky this fall, Republican Attorney General candidate Todd P’Pool has voiced support for sending the terror suspects charged in Bowling Green last month to Guantanamo Bay. The Hopkins County attorney is hoping to mirror state Senate President David Williams’s success with the issue in the gubernatorial race… Continue reading P’Pool Supports Moving Terror Suspects to Gitmo
Running unopposed in the primary election, Republican candidate for attorney general and Hopkins County Attorney Todd P’Pool raised an impressive $114,335, according to the latest campaign finance reports. The 15-day reporting period is the last filing before the May 17 primary and stretches from April 15 through May 1. Records show during that time P’Pool… Continue reading UPDATE: P’Pool Flexes Fundraising Output, Conway Camp Responds
Facing no opposition in the primary, Republican candidate for attorney general Todd P’Pool raised more than $100,000 during a campaign fundraiser in Madisonville last Thursday. Since announcing his candidacy, P’Pool, who serves as the Hopkins County Attorney, has caught the attention of political observers for his successful fundraising efforts thus far. Compared to incumbent Attorney General… Continue reading P’Pool Raises $100,000 at Fundraising Event
Governor Steve Beshear escaped without Democratic primary opposition, but three Republicans want his job – Senate President David Williams, Louisville businessman Phil Moffett and Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw.
P’Pool, a Republican, dropped by the Secretary of State’s office Wednesday to fill out his paperwork and pay the qualifying fee. So far, he is the only candidate to qualify for the office.Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway hasn’t qualified yet, but has announced his intentions to seek re-election.