Today's primary election news roundup

EDITOR'S NOTE: Kudos to everybody who got a mail-in absentee ballot for Tuesday's postponed primary. Meanwhile, between today and election day we're going to regularly post election news roundups. They'll mainly focus on the three-way Democratic senatorial primary contest to see who gets a chance to Ditch Mitch on Nov. 3. Your Kentucky State AFL-CIO COPE Committee unanimously voted "no recommendation" in the primary, thus freeing individual affiliated unions to support the candidate of their choice. The COPE Committee will meet again--probably by teleconference--to make endorsements for the fall.   

Lexington Herald-LeaderRaces to watch in the 2020 primary election for Kentucky House seats

The HillPoll: Booker leads McGrath by 8 points in Kentucky Senate primary

Forward KentuckyNational Indivisible endorses Booker. Turmoil ensues.

New York TimesCan Dems Dispatch Mitch?

Louisville Courier-JournalMcGrath campaign denied by judge to join plaintiffs in polling location lawsuit

The GuardianCan a black progressive upset the race to unseat Mitch McConnell?

VoxThe Kentucky Senate primary showcases the 2 theories of how to beat Mitch McConnell

WVXU: KY Expands Mail-In Voting For Primary Election, Activists Want Permanent Change