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Frankfort, KY — As working families continue to unify behind the Beshear/Coleman ticket, Matt Bevin’s nasty “

By Richard Trumka and Rick Bloomingdale, For The Times

By BERRY CRAIG

When Mitch McConnell spoke at a Paducah Chamber Commerce feed on Tuesday, somebody in the crowd asked him what Senate Republicans would do if a Supreme Court justice died in 2020, leaving an open seat.

“Oh, we’d fill it,” he replied with a grin. McConnell’s response triggered predictable laughter from the largely Republican-leaning audience.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Kentucky State AFL-CIO unanimously endorsed the Beshear-Coleman ticket. 

The Beshear/Coleman campaign is releasing a new video on social media today where Andy Beshear explains why the campaign for governor in Kentucky is about “right vs. wrong.”

Bevin is Attending Fundraiser with Donor Who Demands GOP Politicians Tear Up Health Care Reforms

Kentucky Democratic Party

Frankfort, KY - The Kentucky Democratic Party is slamming Matt Bevin for kicking off his desperate re-election campaign by jetting off to Texas next week to raise money from out-of-state CEOs.

The 10th annual Golf Scramble to benefit Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky is set for Monday June 10 at the Weissinger Hills Golf Course, 2240 Mt. Eden Rd. in Shelbyville.

Tee time is 8:30 a.m. EDT.

The event hosts are the Greater Louisville Building & Construction Trades Council and Teamsters 783.

"Please consider participating with a team or a sponsorship or just a donation," said Bill Londrigan, Kentucky State AFL-CIO president. 

By DAVE SIMCOX

In 1919 President Woodrow Wilson and leaders of nearly 50 other nations gathered in Paris to negotiate a formal end to the World War I – what would become the ill-fated Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations.

Frankfort, KY - As Americans for Prosperity—a dark money group funded by the Koch brothers— is endorsing Matt Bevin today, the Kentucky Democratic Party is calling out Bevin for using his office to help out-of-state CEOs at the expense of Kentucky’s working families.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Want more proof--as if more proof were needed--that "principled politician" is an oxymoron when it comes to Mitch McConnell? You'd be hard pressed to find any Kentucky politician, present or past, who can top the Bluegrass State's senior senator in pure cynicism, unalloyed hypocrisy--and rank demagoguery to boot.