Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels says he still hasn’t made up his mind about running for President, but he continues to discuss the possibility. Today on Fox News, Daniels admitted that he talked with former President George W. Bush (also Daniels’s former boss) about a 2012 campaign. From Politico: “Would I like to [run]? No,” Daniels… Continue reading Daniels Says He “Owes People an Answer” on Presidential Bid
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s name has been thrown around Kentucky for several weeks. Scott’s attempt to stop a prescription drug tracking system has prompted state, federal and city officials to reach out to the Floridian leader and encourage him to reconsider the cut.
The poll places Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw and her running mate Bill Vermillion in second place with 10%. Louisville businessman Phil Moffett and his running mate, state Representative Mike Harmon, trail with 9%.
By Tony McVeigh, Kentucky Public Radio It’s rare for Kentucky politics to draw international attentlon, but the BBC is among news outlets covering the state’s U.S. Senate race. Last July, after struggling to raise money, U.S. Senator Jim Bunning ended speculation over his bid for a third term by withdrawing from the campaign. His departure… Continue reading Kentucky GOP Senate Race Draws Attention
Thirty-eight year old Todd Lally has joined the Republican primary in the third district Congressional race. The Louisville native announced his candidacy Friday afternoon in Tyler Park. The conservative Lally told his supporters he’ll fight for smaller government. “We want a government that will provide us with the basics.,” said Lally. “We want infrastructure and… Continue reading Republican Todd Lally Joins 3rd District Race