LEXINGTON, Ky. – Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, a national hero who landed US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River after both engines were disabled by a bird strike, saving

Election Day is just 11 days away, and we wanted to make sure you know that the Alliance for Retired Americans has proudly endorsed Amy McGrath for election to the U.S.



If you pack a union card, voting for Amy McGrath should be a no-brainer.

The choice couldn't be clearer. She's in our corner. Mitch McConnell's not and never has been.

Between now and election day, we're going to provide some talking points to help you win over family, co-workers, friends and neighbors leaning toward Team Mitch. 

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Retired Marine Lt. Col. Amy McGrath has accepted an invitation to participate in the KET Kentucky Tonight Forum for U.S. Senate candidates on Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. EDT. KET extended invitations to the qualifying candidates: McGrath, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Libertarian candidate Brad Barron. Barron has accepted the invitation. 

From Bill Londrigan, Kentucky State AFL-CIO president: It’s been a year since our dear sister and civil rights and union icon Augusta Y.




AFT Local 1360

In last night's debate with Amy McGrath, Mitch McConnell evidently forgot that ancient admonition about stone throwers who dwell in glass houses. 


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If you ever pitched a baseball game--even in Little League--you know the feeling when you've got your stuff.

You're 10-feet-tall and unhittable.   

Amy McGrath looked like Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax in tonight's TV debate against Mitch McConnell. She had her stuff. 

McConnell probably figured just showing up would be enough to win the war of words. After all, he'd bested six straight Democrats, most by comfortable margins, in three dozen years.

KDP Statement on Lt. Col. Amy McGrath’s Decisive Victory in U.S. Senate Debate

The following is a statement from Ben Self, Chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party: