Showing 12 posts from 2016.

Republicans Sweep in Kentucky General Elections

In historic fashion, Kentucky Republicans have taken an overwhelming majority in the state House for the first time in almost 95 years.  In unprecedented fashion, Republicans picked up 19 state House seats, giving them a large 65-35 majority. More ›

KY Primary Election Results

Tuesday’s primary elections in Kentucky have now set the stage for legislative battles in November.  House Republicans are setting their sights on trying to win control of that chamber from the Democrats who hold  slim 53-47 majority.  Meanwhile Senate Republicans are easily poised to maintain their strong majority.  The following is a roundup of key legislative primaries from around the Commonwealth. More ›

Veto Recess- A Session Summary Thus Far

Here is a short summary by the numbers of the legislation action to date. There is one business day remaining in the 2016 Regular Session. It is scheduled to take place on April 12th. More ›

House Passed Their Version of 2016-2018 Budget

The full House of Representatives voted 53-0 to pass the House Democrats version of the 2016-2018 budget bill on Wednesday. More ›

Kentucky Democrats Maintain Control of State House of Representatives

Democrats win 3 of 4 Special Elections More ›

Upcoming Elections

There are two upcoming election dates to note. More ›

House Special Elections- 32 Day Out Finance Reports

From CN2 Pure Politics  More ›

KY Candidate Filings by the Numbers

Candidates for the 2016 Elections More ›

Important Upcoming Dates in Kentucky

Here is a list of some important upcoming dates in Kentucky. More ›

Updated list of Bevin Appointments

http://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/2015/12/04/matt-bevins-appointments-list/76789152/