This week Kimberly, Doug, and Chris cover the Kentucky political news you need, with Doug bringing us a deep dive on the Kraft’s campaign cash as the GOP Governors race heads into its final days. Then, we are VERY excited to bring on Michael Bowman, the Democratic candidate for state treasurer. We check in on how his state-wide campaign is shaping up, and whether or not folks will be able to vote for him on May 16th. We close with an election call-to-action, urging folks to get engaged with the special election for State Senate District 28 between now and May 16th.
Will a big bag of coal cash buy the gov’s race?
The Colonels take a look at the Craft bucket o’ cash, then talk with Michael Bowman, the Dem candidate for state treasurer.
Google and Facebook owe news publishers $12 billion a year for their content, according to a new study
Newspaper don’t just exist through subscriptions; a big chunk of their income is from ads. But with Google and Facebook sucking up the ad market – often on content produced by the newspapers – the papers are shutting their doors.
And with a straight face, no less.
The proposed federal rule says that LGBTQ foster youth must be placed in a household where they will not be abused.
New Poll: Over half of young people extremely likely to vote; youth focused on the economy ahead of 2024 election
CIRCLE’s comprehensive survey of youth highlights differences in candidate preference and need for outreach from campaigns; includes data by race and education