Vote totals from last week's elections have been reported to the Secretary of State's office, and now seven races are going to be recanvassed.
Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis says he will ask the 2019 General Assembly to create a funding mechanism or process for charter schools.
Judge Shepherd's pension bill ruling led to a lot of criticism from Republicans. Now some want to keep government cases out of Franklin Circuit Court.
With a 60% voter turnout Tuesday, Franklin County ranked second in the state behind only neighboring Woodford County, which boasted a 61% average.
Three state lawmakers are asking the courts to seal portions of a deposition in the sexual misconduct case involving a former LRC staff member.
Every voter that chose Jim Glenn may be the person that proved every vote counts, but a recanvass could soon be underway in the 13th House district race.
Emerge Kentucky had a noticeable impact on the 2018 elections in Kentucky, with 27 alumnae scoring victories at the polls.
Whoops! A Republican mass-mailer might nudge Martha Emmons to victory in the close third state House district race tomorrow. She’s the DEMOCRAT in the race.
Emerge Kentucky breaks multiple records with 55 alumnae on the ballot: 60% are first-time candidates, 33% are educators, and 25% are women of color.
A Kentucky Cunningham may yet make it to Congress, but from South Carolina. Joe Cunningham, son of Justice Bill Cunningham, is the Dem hopeful in SC-01.
SOS Alison Lundergan Grimes made her turnout prediction for next week's election, and shared statistics and other notes, including absentee voting totals.
Rep. Andy Barr broke step with President Trump over the citizenship rights of U.S.-born children whose parents are undocumented immigrants.