With election day nearing, the Kentucky Secretary of State’s office says rumors about voting procedure have been running rampant.
What started as an uphill battle by a Louisville businessman to unseat one of the highest-ranking Senators in Washington has turned into the state’s most-watched race. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is trying to fend off a challenge from Democrat Bruce Lunsford.
With polls indicating a close presidential race in Indiana, Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will once again visit the Hoosier state Wendesday.
Voters and those involved in getting votes counted on Election Day are calling this election a big one. And with its record numbers of registered voters there’s more scrutiny of the voting process.
The vice presidential candidate focused on the economy and blamed Wall Street’s woes on the current administration. He said a McCain presidency would be equally disastrous and harmful to the working class.
In the last three decades, special interest groups have become major players in political campaigns. WFPL’s Gabe Bullard has more on how official and unofficial interests are getting involved in Kentucky’s U.S. Senate race.
Sixty-nine Kentucky Democrats are representing the Commonwealth at the Democratic National Convention in Denver this week.
When Americans move, they usually look for neighborhoods with specific characteristics, whether they are close to the countryside or downtown or a place dotted with big box stores or boutiques. Some say they also move according to political views and it’s tearing the country apart. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. As Americans move house more frequently,… Continue reading Are People Voting More and More Like Their Neighbors?