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During the last legislative session, educators across the state took action to defend public schools and Ke

“By Tuesday, July 30, the New York Times reported that McConnell was enraged by the nickname, and on Wednesday, July 31, the KDP started taking or

Kentucky Democratic Party

A week after the legislature passed Governor Matt Bevin’s harmful pension overhaul, reports and public employees are raising the alarm about how the new law threatens the retirement future for thousands of Kentuckians. 

From the Beshear-Coleman campaign

Join Andy Beshear and Jacqueline Coleman as we kick off our grassroots campaign in Paducah!

KDP Coordinated Campaign
Paducah Office Kickoff Party 


Where:
110 Broadway Street
Paducah, KY 42001


When:
Thursday, August 1st
5:30 PM CT

EDITOR'S NOTE: The 24th annual Mike Miller Democratic Bean Dinner, sponsored by the Marshall County Democratic party, is set for Friday night at the Kentucky Dam State Resort Park Convention Center. Featured speakers include former governors Steve Beshear, Paul Patton, and Martha Layne Collins. All Democratic candidates on the November ballot have been invited.

Thanks to Jeff Wiggins for sending us this.

We need your help. The Department of Labor just released a proposal that could decimate training and labor standards in registered apprenticeship programs across the country, and we only have a few weeks to stop it.

By DANIEL DESROCHERS

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear has picked up the endorsement of a sitting Republican state senator in his effort to unseat Gov. Matt Bevin.

Sen. Dan Seum of Fairdale appeared in a video with Beshear, the Democratic nominee for Kentucky governor, in which he criticized the Republican governor and said Beshear has his support in November.

This just in: The "Moscow Mitch" moniker is rattling Kentucky's senior senator who is famous for dismissing detrators with icy smugness.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

Ta-ta, “Turtle Man.”

“Moscow Mitch,” is the Senate majority leader’s new moniker.

Doubtless, Democrats have plenty of homemade signs to greet Gov. Matt Bevin at Fancy Farm on Saturday. Meanwhile, it’ll probably be back to the store for more poster board and marker pens to welcome Moscow Mitch.