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Databook: Status quo for Ky’s US House

Cook Political Report updated its “U.S. House District Databook,” and barring any major problems, it looks like Kentucky’s congressional delegation will remain in current party control. Cook’s analysis contains a Partisan Voter Index for each congressional district in the nation based on how voters in a district voted for president…


Sen. Paul honored at freedom gala

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul was the guest of honor at the 2019 Reagan Gala hosted recently by Frontiers of Freedom, a conservative political organization based in Fairfax, Virginia. Above, Paul holds his award, a sculpture of President Ronald Reagan, on whose conservative philosophy Frontiers of Freedom is based. The gala…


Primary ’19: Dems see more drop-off

It’s not unusual for voters to head into the ballot box and not vote for all the races on the ballot. Such was the case this year. For both parties, the governors’ races drew the greatest number of votes, and drop-off from the top of the ticket to down-ballot races…


CPE chief tells grads: College is worth it

By Aaron Thompson Guest contributor To all of the students who recently graduated from a Kentucky college or university, thank you for having the fortitude and determination to make it to the finish line. You’ve achieved something powerful and transformative that will dramatically improve the quality of your life –…


New state laws take effect June 27

FRANKFORT – Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly’s 2019 session will go into effect on Thursday, June 27. That means law-abiding adults will be able to carry a concealed firearm without a permit, employers will be required to make certain reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees and electric…