"From the earliest days of his campaign, even before his Republican primary victory that shook up the Kentucky political establishment, Rand Paul has pledged not to compromise. And that was the message he returned to on Tuesday night as he celebrated a Senate victory over his Democratic opponent,...
The race to replace Jerry Abramson as Louisville's next mayor is down to the wire:
Live election updates of Louisville-area races from the Jefferson County Clerk's Office on Barret Ave. These unofficial but final for tonight results only reflect voting in Jefferson County. Updated 9:18 p.m. EDT.
"A television commercial that questioned Republican Rand Paul’s religious beliefs backfired on Democrat Jack Conway and boosted support for Paul, the Kentucky GOP’s nominee for U.S. Senate said Monday." [Bluegrass Politics]
President Bill Clinton is coming to Louisville today to campaign for the guy who's going to lose the U.S. Senate race to Rand Paul—Rand Paul!—tomorrow. The get-out-the-vote rally starts at 5 p.m. at Grawemeyer Oval (the intersection of S. 3rd St. and Eastern Parkway) on the University of...
The Jefferson County Clerk's website has sample ballots online for tomorrow's election. Just follow the link and enter your home address. It'll also tell you where your voting location is.
Louisville's Alexandria Mills (nope, never heard of her either) was crowned Miss World at the event's 60th annual pageant Saturday, Oct. 30 in Sanya, China. From Mills's biography on the Miss World website:
"Two new polls released Thursday show Republican Rand Paul widening his lead over Democrat Jack Conway in their race for the U.S. Senate." [Bluegrass Politics] "Former President Bill Clinton is expected to be in Louisville Monday night on the eve of the Nov. 2 election to campaign for Kentucky...
"A new CNN/Time Poll released Thursday shows 50 percent of likely voters in Kentucky support Republican nominee Rand Paul while 43 percent back Democratic nominee Jack Conway in their U.S. Senate race." [Bluegrass Politics]
"In a spirited debate on statewide and national television Monday night, Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Rand Paul accused each other of misrepresenting their views on issues ranging from civil rights to a national sales tax in their race for the U.S. Senate." [Bluegrass Politics]