One of the most popular and respected representatives in the KY House nevertheless lost his reelection bid a few weeks ago. Why did this happen? We talk with Buddy Wheatley to get his take on his loss, what caused it, and what comes next for him.
This election wasn’t a red wave or a blue wave. It was a youth wave.
It’s a Robert Kahne Redux Show! We’ve got Robert on for a second episode to talk about the mayor’s races in Louisville and Lexington, as well as the various judicial elections across the state. Dig in for more insights from Robert!
What lessons do Democrats need to take from their successes in the midterms?
Kentucky is among the reddest of Republican red states. But Tammara Wieder was quietly confident that Kentuckians would vote down GOP-backed constitutional amendments to ban abortion and to empower the legislature to call itself into special session.
Dr. James Clinger of Murray State University gives his analysis of the midterm results, and looks at Trump running again.
I couldn’t be happier that I was wrong about the midterm elections. But we’re not out of the woods yet.
Is Kentucky really trending red, or did redistricting make it look worse than it really is? Dr. Trent Garrison does a deep analysis.
A great interview with Rep. Cherlynn Stevenson! I wanted to know how she won in the face of the redistricting, and what she sees coming in January. Also, I asked her the “what if you had a magic wand” question, and we talked about her priorities as a representative. Watch or listen, and then share!
Aaron, Doug and special guest Bruce Maples from Forward Kentucky dig in on Kentucky’s mid-term results - the failed constitutional amendments, the failed effort to take down Rand Paul, and the successes of the GOP to draw maps that help them build on their electoral domination in Frankfort.
Berry Craig reflects on the Booker campaign, and compares it to political movements and moments from the past
The Repubs drew our state House districts to rig them for Republicans and to get rid of as many Dems as possible. And it worked.
Are there lessons for both parties from the surprising results of this election? Ken Wolf thinks there are.