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On Tuesday former President Bill Clinton started his personal campaign to elect Democrats in the South and help his party keep control of the U.S. Senate, casting the Republicans as obstructionist and highlighting issues like raising the minimum wage.
Senate candidate Matt Bevin reported Thursday that it raised nearly $900,000 in contributions in the past three months and has more than 15,000 donors. The Bevin campaign called its fundraising "a massive increase from last quarter," but it didn't
Senate candidate Sharron Angle wants to outlaw health insurance exchanges in Nevada. Angle on Tuesday filed an initiative petition with the secretary of state's office seeking a constitutional amendment to prohibit health exchanges as called for
Sen. Candidate Terry Adams Meets the Press Posted by Steven Hale on Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 3:18 PM "The fact of the matter is, we're not gonna solve the problems that are going on in Washington D.C. sending the same people back who caused the mess in
Taking a page from national Democrats, Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo announced Friday morning that his caucus will push to raise the minimum wage in the legislative session that starts Tuesday. Stumbo, talking to reporters in his Capitol office,
Rep. Allyson Schwartz has considerable assets, but they're often inseparable from her liabilities. After establishing a women's health clinic in Philadelphia, she served for nearly a quarter of a century in the state Senate and Congress, rising to a
In the days leading up to his remarks Tuesday at the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer began referring to them as "the Fort Sumter speech." To most of the 100 or so farmers and merchants gathered, Comer's words
I wish we lived in the day when you could challenge a person to a duel." former U.S. Hardball with Chris Matthews in 2004 "If dueling were legal in Kentucky ... ."...Sen. Rand Paul on This Week With George Stephanopoulos on Sunday Love him or hate
Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is attacking the Obama administration for an EPA ruling that she says will cost coal mining jobs in Kentucky. Grimes, seeking to replace Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, said Friday that she was "
Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell's campaign manager Jesse Benton and GOP challenger Matt Bevin served up the sharpest exchanges of the 2014 U.S. Senate race Tuesday at Constitution Day ceremonies at the University of Kentucky. About the only issue