Jazmin and Robert react to primary elections across the state including several incumbent legislators losing their seats on both sides of the aisle, major victories for candidates favored in races for mayor in Kentucky's largest cities, and a few other important races.
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Aaron, Kimberly & special guest Nema break down the primary with some surprising and flat-out shocking results. They also discuss the response to the leaked SCOTUS Roe draft opinion, and other very real threats to reproductive justice in Kentucky.
Al Cross notes: What works in Republican primaries will not necessarily work in general elections.
Headlines from across the political landscape, including one just now breaking via Twitter.
After a drop due to the COVID pandemic, new research found Kentucky is once again crowding more people into jails and prisons. The Bluegrass State has one of the highest incarceration rates in the world, and some experts believe it is a direct result of state legislation keeping men and
Governor Andy Beshear announced another landmark achievement on Thursday: the lowest ever unemployment rate in the history of the Commonwealth.
Kentucky is taking advantage of a little-used provision of the ACA to create a health-insurance plan for Kentuckians who make too much to qualify for free Medicaid coverage but not enough to pay for private insurance.
Think the possible overturn of Roe is the end? Think again – it’s just the beginning.
Various action possibilities from the Kentuckians for Single Payer Health Care group. If single payer is an issue you care about, check out these ways to get involved.
Are Dems guilty of abandoning rural America? Or is something else going on? A researcher shares some possible answers.
Berry Craig took President Biden’s statement on the PA primary and modified it just a wee bit to fit Kentucky.
A wrap-up of Kentucky primaries, with tables show all race results.
Schadenfreude is terribly sweet, especially when it comes to the GOP, but I didn’t think we’d be able to savor it so soon.
The act is really a pandering to a very small segment of a conservative electorate that is obsessed with sexuality.
The House passed a bill legalizing medial MJ, but it was never heard in the Senate. The Senate passed a bill outlawing Delta-8, but it was never heard in the House. As a result, we all lose.
How healthy is our democracy? How healthy are the WORLD’s democracies? Here are maps showing the state of global democracy. And the U.S. is not the healthiest.