Conway Raises More Than $1.325 Million for Senate Campaign “Kentuckians are ready for new leadership,” says Jack Conway
Record Breaking: No other Democratic U.S. Senate candidate in Kentucky history has raised more money in a quarter.
In an eye-popping effort, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway,
candidate for the United States Senate, will report raising more than
$1.325 million for the June 30 Federal Election report in his bid to
replace incumbent United States Senator Jim Bunning. This is Conway’s
first quarter of fundraising and represents about 60 days of active
fundraising. Read more.
James Pence Videos It seems someone is playing games with fake Twitter accounts and the Democratic primary. I think this has gone too far and hope the AG will look into it. Below is a screen shot of the latest Fake Jacob Payne Twitter entry. I may have some info that will help find out who the culprit is and look forward to discussing it with the AG office should they contact me.
Mountaintop Removal Refuse Fight Still Raging In Appalachia The Obama administration is set to ask the courts to overturn an 11th hour Bush policy change that now allows the dumping of surface mining refuse 100ft near streams. Governor Steve Beshear, Attorney General Jack Conway, Congressman John Yarmuth and Congressman Ben Chandler has sent protest letters to the EPA asking them to reject Bush's policy change a few months ago. Right or wrong; that organized protest backfired as dozens of Kentucky Coal County Legislators protested the protest. The political fallout in the coal fields is still evolving. We may not know how bad it really is for a few months. My sources tell me... There's More...
Conservatives for Patients Rights Leader Brings Legacy of Fraud Over here in Paducah, Kentucky we have some ultra-Conservative media. The Paxton Media Group owns several Western Kentucky newspapers including the Paducah Sun and they have their own little radio station that they allow propoganda masters such as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingram to spew forth their venomous talking points. Lately, I have heard radio commercials from a group called "Conservatives for Patients Rights" running ads against the 50 million people who have no health insurance. There's More...
Torture Debate Quite Troubling It has been clear for a long time that under the Bush Administration torture was widely accepted and used. While this fact is troubling in itself, what is really disappointing is that some people seem determined to defend it. Whether by partisan hackery, or just sheer ignorance some people refuse to admit the plain and simple fact. There's More...
John Waltz: Democrat in Kentucky's Fourth District When a user at this site wrote this excellent diary about Geoff Davis I learned that Kentucky has a Democrat runing against an incumbent Repubican in Kentucky's Fourth Congresssional District. His name is John Waltz. Read more
The Rural Democrat Experience Matters: Daniel Mongiardo has the Experience, Jack Conway Does Not The latest installment of results from our most recent survey on Gay marriage, Mountaintop Removal and experience shows that all political groups in Kentucky agree on one thing; experience matters. The results are so clear that no-one can deny that experience may be the most important element in the Democratic primary for US Senate.
Of course Daniel Mongiardo has the experience to.....Read more.
Insurer Begins Robo-Calls on Healthcare A California company has begun robo-calls to try and guage a way to defeat Universal Healthcare. Knowing that the fight for this much needed legislation will begin soon, they are seeking to shape public opinion on Universal Healthcare. Currently, almost 50 million Americans have no health insurance and many more are under-insured. Read more
Credit Card Reform on the Way Like millions of Americans I have had a credit card. I noticed once you had money charged to one of these things, sometimes even if you paid over the minimum balance all the time, you just never seemed to get it all paid off. I have since paid off my credit cards and decided I don't want another. Read more