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Or at least he won’t let Congress do anything to stop it.

By JAMELLE BOUIE

“I THINK you might want to listen; there isn’t anything wrong with listening.

Nasty GOP Family Feud Between Bevin and His Own Lt. Governor Gets Worse

Kentucky Democratic Party

By VALARIE HONEYCUTT SPEARS

Yelling, “Hey Hey, Ho Ho, Matt Bevin has got to go,“ about 30 members of Kentucky 120 United rallied Monday outside Fayette County Public Schools’ Central Office in advance of Tuesday’s primary election.

Jeni Bolander, a leader in the educator’s group, said the rallies were held across Kentucky Monday to get out the vote Tuesday.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

A pair of Democratic officials sent early emails to the faithful today, urging them to vote in the primary.

Turnout is expected to be around 12.5 percent.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

Here's the final tally of union and teacher organization endorsements for tomorrow's gubernatorial primary election.

All of the endorsements went to the three main Democrats vying for their party's nomination: House Minority Rocky Adkins, Attorney Gen. Andy Beshear and former auditor Adam Edelen.

Candidates appreciate endorsements. But they appreciate votes most of all.

By SHANNON HALL

Kentucky's 2019 primary election is coming up fast. 

Here's what you need to know for the primary election on Tuesday, May 21:

What are the main races for the 2019 Kentucky primaries?

By BERRY CRAIG 

AFT Local 1360

If you haven't read Bill Finn's plea, read it. If you have, read it again.

"These Democratic candidates for governor are great choices," he wrote. "Please vote for the one that you think can beat Matt Bevin on Nov. 5."

By BILL FINN

Election Day is Tuesday.

The Secretary of State’s office estimates voter turnout will be as low as 12.5 percent. Voter apathy and negative ads contribute to this lack of interest.

By MORGAN WATKINS

Several Democrats in Congress have asked for a federal review of a Russian company's forthcoming $200 million investment in Braidy Industries' planned $1.7 billion aluminum rolling mill in Eastern Kentucky. 

BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

House Minority Leader Rocky Adkins has picked up two more union endorsements for Tuesday's Democratic gubernatorial primary. 

Adkins, Attorney Gen. Andy Beshear and former auditor Adam Edelen are the frontrunners for their party's nod. Perennial candidate Geoff Young rounds out the field.

All but Young have union endorsements, though Adkins apparently has the most.