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Abortion bans are a top issue for democratic voters this midterm, poll shows

Half of voters say the Supreme Court’s decision overturning the constitutional right to an abortion has made them more motivated to vote in next month’s midterm elections, with enthusiasm growing especially among Democrats and those living in states with abortion bans, according to a new poll from KFF. The survey also showed that most voters, whether they are Democrats or Republicans, do not think abortion should be prohibited in cases of rape or incest, nor do they support laws that set criminal punishments for abortion providers and women who have abortions. (Truthout)

Ah. The cool and crisp fall air, trees beginning to change colors, and candidates and their affiliated action committees battling it out on the airwaves – it’s Election Season. In the open seat race for the next mayor of Louisville, Craig Greenberg holds a two-to-one money advantage and is pouring a substantial amount into TV ads. His latest ad campaign targets the ever-rising crime rate in Louisville. (KY Fried Politics)

‘Daniel has my complete and total endorsement,’ Trump says

Former President Donald Trump is reiterating his support of Attorney General Daniel Cameron in Kentucky’s GOP Gubernatorial primary. Trump released a video on Monday, seven months before the primary, lauding Cameron as his choice for Kentucky governor.

“What I do and what I say is very very special,” Trump says in the video. “Daniel Cameron is a person who is going to be a great governor. Your Attorney General he’s been amazing. He’s a good man. He’s a friend. He’s loyal.” (KY Fried Politics)

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