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Quarles Announces $570K Fundraising Haul From Across KY for Governor’s Race

Republican primary candidate for governor, Ryan Quarles announced a large fundraising quarter raising $574,112 in the second quarter, the campaign announced Tuesday.  The 2nd quarter fundraising quarter for the year includes at least one donation from all of Kentucky’s 120 counties. The campaign also reported having $557,669.62 cash on hand. “I said we were going to...

Gov. Beshear Raises $1.1 Mil in 2nd Quarter for Re-Election

Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear is turning in another million-dollar fundraising report, this time for the 2nd quarter of the year, bringing him close to $3.5 million raised since announcing he would seek a second term in office. Beshear’s $1.1 million brings his campaign to $3.2 million cash on hand for what’s gearing up to be...

Liberty Candidate Declares Run for KY Treasurer

A former GOP state Senate candidate who was blocked in one race by Republicans in the Senate is seeking a statewide post as Kentucky Treasurer. Republican Andrew Cooperrider, defeated in the May primary for a state Senate seat, announced that he is seeking the open seat for Kentucky Treasurer, the Lexington Herald-Leader first reported. Cooperrider...

Russell Coleman Hits $320k in First Fundraising Quarter of Race

Former U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman is crossing a significant fundraising milestone in the race for Kentucky Attorney General. Coleman announced he raised $320,000 in his first fundraising quarter in the race, a historic single quarter sum from a Republican, according to his campaign. Current Attorney General Daniel Cameron was the first Republican to hold the...

Could Biden Nomination of Bevin/Cameron Lawyer Shift Pardon Liability?

An attorney that helped issue one of the most controversial pardons from the administration of Gov. Matt Bevin is about to be nominated to a lifetime appointment for federal judge thanks to a deal between Sen. Mitch McConnell and President Joe Biden, according to the Courier-Journal. The newspaper reports Chad Meredith will be nominated by...

Greenberg Receives Major Union Endorsement in Louisville Mayoral Race

Fresh off of an endorsement from Gov. Andy Beshear, Democratic Louisville Mayoral nominee Craig Greenberg is being endorsed by a high-profile Louisville labor union. The Greater Louisville Central Labor Council voted Thursday to endorse Greenberg for Mayor. A number of organized labor leaders, Metro Council members, and community advocates were on hand for the announcement...

Increase in KY Voter Registration Continues

For the third straight month there have been more voters added to the rolls than removed, the Kentucky Secretary of State’s Office announced on Wednesday. “Kentucky continues to see a bump in voter registration,” Secretary of State Mike Adams said. “After a sleepy primary election, I hope this indicates voter interest in the General Election.”...

Charles Booker is Using Supreme Court Decision as Pivot Point in Senate Race

In the days following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs Wade, Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Charles Booker hit the road for reproductive rallies across the Commonwealth. The decision gives Booker, who has struggled to find his footing in the race against U.S. Sen. Rand Paul the possibility to raise national funding and...

Todd Inman Steps Down From FL Government to Follow Love

Kentucky transplant J. Todd Inman is stepping down from his position within the DeSantis administration to follow his wife. Inman has submitted his resignation with the Florida Department of Management Services to live In the same city as his wife, Ann, who has a top executive position with a global company in Washington, D.C. The...