The times? Well, for all that they change, you can bet that a few things aren't all that different.

Take people trying to rip you off. Scammers.


Night after night, Working America canvassers going door-to-door hear from families in our state that they are desperate for a solution to the opioid crisis.  

When drug companies put profits above patients, we lose sons, mothers and neighbors. Kentucky can’t wait any longer for a governor who will stand up to the greed of Big Pharma. We need Andy Beshear.


Voter Protection Hotline: 1-833-GoVoteKY (1-833-468-6835)

Frankfort, KY — The Kentucky Democratic Party is supporting a variety of voter protection measures to ensure that all eligible voters in Kentucky are afforded a lawful opportunity to cast a ballot. 


“Something is rotten in the State of Denmark” is one of the most famous lines from Shakespeare.

It’s in Hamlet. Marcellus, a guard at the Helsingor Palace, speaks the line to Horatio, Hamlet’s best bud.

Tim Morris of the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council is featured in a new video from The People's Campaign.

Click here to view the video,  which opens with Morris asking Kentuckians "to vote because we deserve better than Bevin."

The Kentucky State AFL-CIO COPE Committee has made three more endorsements for the Nov. 5 election:

-- Special Election – House District 18 – Grayson and Hardin Counties – Becky Miller Endorsed Candidate. November 5th 

-- Special Election – House District 63 – Boone and Kenton Counties – Josh Blair Endorsed Candidate 


Frankfort, KY — The Kentucky Democratic Party is calling on Matt Bevin to explain why a taxpayer-funded state jet was flown to New Mexico this weekend. 

According to public flight tracking, a state-owned jet flew from Kentucky to New Mexico for 90 minutes on Sunday before returning back to Kentucky.


Frankfort, KY — In case you missed it, this weekend Kentuckians who have been on the receiving end of Matt Bevin’s nasty insults and bullying came together for a ‘Bullied by Bevin’ picnic, hosted by Republican State Senator Dan Seum.