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In the documentary “Bert Combs, Governor from the Mountains,” the late Thomas D. Clark, Kentucky’s most eminent historian, said that Combs dragged Kentucky into the 20th Century against its will. Sadly, that century was 60 years old...
email@example.comWith state and national elections a week away, two of the state's best-known political commentators brought their insights and good-natured ribbing for one another to the Danville Country Club on Monday for the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce...
firstname.lastname@example.org IIt's hard to imagine a more enticing opportunity for political aspirants of any age than an event combining a national race, a national audience and the chance to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in government and media. For many on campus,...
The Winchester SunThe voting polls will open at 6 a.m. Tuesday, and the only races voters will have to decide on are the presidential primaries and the Republican primary for the 6th Congressional District. Those on the ballot for the Republican presidential primary...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Mount Vernon, Ron Paul, Primaries, George Rogers
email@example.comFRANKFORT — Even before the House had voted to approve the redistricting plan that would reshape Danny Ford’s 80th District, the auctioneer from Mount Vernon grew wistful, foreshadowing the end of his 30-year legislative career before he...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA local state representative with some first-hand experience in gubernatorial politics has pre-filed a bill that would change the way slates are chosen for the state's top two offices. Rep. Mike Harmon's bill would allow candidates for governor to wait...
FANCY FARM, Ky. — An editorial in The Courier-Journal a few days ago wondered whether the political speaking at the annual Fancy Farm Picnic had outlived its usefulness, in light of the vitriol spouted by candidates and the outlandish, pugnacious...
email@example.comDanville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 2011 Public Policy Series on Wednesday with a panel discussion of an issue on the minds of business people everywhere: taxes. There was generally a consensus that tax reform should be looked at...
The Winchester SunKentucky’s last Republican governor got into trouble because of a state hiring scandal, but if he’s elected, state Senate President David Williams said Thursday, employees will be hired on merit. Williams, who is seeking the GOP nomination...
Since she was elected Jefferson County clerk more than 12 years ago, Bobbie Holsclaw has been a relative loner in politics, a trade that thrives on connections. At the last minute last week, she entered the governor’s race, a campaign that...
FRANKFORT (May 14) - Gov. Steve Beshear isn’t on the ballot in Tuesday’s primary election, but he has skin in the game — and not just because the Republican primary will decide his opponent in the Nov. 8 general election. It now...
Tags: Journalism, Lawyers, Louisville, Tea Party Movement, Elkton
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The somber traditions of a nation in mourning suffused Ronald Reagan's last journey yesterday as his flag-draped casket traveled from California to the nation's capital for a cortege through the city and an elaborate funeral at the Capitol,...
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