Republicans in Kentucky have been running on the Three Gs for decades. This year they added another letter – an L for Lying about the Dems.
Kentucky’s “Democratic Gibraltar” has crumbled. Jackson Purchase voters have defeated the region's last two Democratic lawmakers.
By now you know that pundits are saying that the "blue wave" was more of a ripple in Kentucky. But what do you see when you actually dig into the numbers?
The 2018 Midterms are mostly history, except for a few recounts and a lot of hot takes. So, here are the basics of what went down on Tuesday.
Marsy’s Law, a constitutional amendment on victim rights, is on the ballot. Proponents say it is needed, but others say it may have unintended consequences.
Kentucky Democrats are energized – but is it enough to take back the Kentucky House? Tom Loftus talks with Tres Watson and Ben Self, and looks at 10 races.
This year, voters seem mostly focused on pensions, taxes, and education. But a sleeper issue could doom the KY Dem party for at least a decade—maybe longer.
In spite of transparency legislation passed in 2017, most investment manager contracts for KY pensions are either heavily redacted or not posted at all.
Years of underfunding and risky investments created the multi-billion dollar pension crisis in Kentucky, according to a "Frontline" report on KET.
You've seen and heard the ads. How accurate are they, really? Here’s a check on four statements made by Barr, McGrath, and the groups that support them.
Why are the Republican candidates hiding? Are they afraid to appear in forums with their constituents and debates with their Democratic opponents?
62% of Americans say the use of marijuana should be legalized, reflecting a steady increase since 2008, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
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