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Ethics Panel Says Grimes Can’t Oversee Elections And Run For Office

An ethics panel issued an advisory opinion saying that Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes can’t run for statewide office and serve as the chair of the bipartisan board that oversees elections.

The opinion comes as Grimes, a Democrat, …

Louisville Rescue Mission Changes Name, Expands To Southern Indiana

Louisville Rescue Mission is expanding its women’s day shelter, opening a new branch in Jeffersonville and changing its name to Re:Center Ministries.

Currently women can drop-in at the homeless services provider for 10 hours a week to shower, do laundry

Introducing Grace!

Hey y’all! I’m Grace Todd McKenzie. Please use she/her pronouns when referring to me. I’ll be working with the Madison County and Wilderness Trace KFTC chapters from late August though late April as I complete my final practicum in my

CIA Director Gina Haspel to speak at UofL next week

CIA Director Gina Haspel

CIA Director Gina Haspel will visit the University of Louisville next week to take part in the McConnell Center’s Distinguished Speaker Series.

According to the university’s news release, Haspel — a UofL graduate born in Ashland, …

30th District Judicial Candidates

30th District Judicial Candidates – Sean Delahanty


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Candidates of the 2018 General Election

Louisville Candidates

COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY
Democratic Party
Thomas B. “Tom” WINE

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
Democratic Party
David Lawrence NICHOLSON

PROPERTY VALUATION ADMINISTRATOR
Republican Party
John T. MAY
Democratic Party
Colleen YOUNGER

COUNTY JUDGE/EXECUTIVE
Democratic Party
Queenie AVERETTE

COUNTY ATTORNEY
Democratic Party

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Gave $215K Raise To An Old Army Buddy

 

When asked about Charles Grindle’s large pay hike, Gov. Matt Bevin took the offensive and attacked the veteran Courier Journal reporter.Tom Loftus

Records show a Kentucky state employee given a $215,000 raise is an old friend and business

Madison County Members Take Action at Andy Barr Event

On August 27th, the Berea Chamber of Commerce invited Congressman Andy Barr to an annual luncheon and legislative discussion. However, this year, local constituents responded to Barr’s presence with questions and concerns. Joining others from the community, KFTC members took …