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Move over Mitch – here comes Jamie Members Subscribers Public
Rep. James Comer is set to become the chair of the House Oversight Committee. Is he going to become as well-known at Mitch because of his work there?
Guess who canceled out the over-65 vote? The youth vote. Members Subscribers Public
This election wasn’t a red wave or a blue wave. It was a youth wave.
Who’s running in 2023, and how much have they raised? Members Subscribers Public
Guess what – just 5 weeks till the deadline to file for the 2023 election for statewide offices! Who’s in, and how much have they raised? Here’s the list as of today.
A poli-sci professor weighs in on the midterms and Trump running again Members Subscribers Public
Dr. James Clinger of Murray State University gives his analysis of the midterm results, and looks at Trump running again.
Did the KY House continue to trend red – or only appear to? Members Subscribers Public
Is Kentucky really trending red, or did redistricting make it look worse than it really is? Dr. Trent Garrison does a deep analysis.
The Red Wave that wasn’t Members Subscribers Public
The Red Wave that was supposed to sweep the nation into Republican control didn’t happen. In fact, Dems outperformed normal midterm results significantly.
2022 Election Results: Kentucky Members Subscribers Public
The wilderness years continue for KY Dems.
Roe, Roe, Roe your vote – abortion amendment defeated Members Subscribers Public
The Repubs went for the grand prize – but instead of winning, they went too far, and Kentucky voters told them “NO.”