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EDITOR'S NOTE: Kentucky Republican Reps. Andy Barr, James Comer, Brett Guthrie, Thomas Massie and Hal Rogers have voted to repeal or rollback the Affordable Care Act, including its provision forbidding insurance companies to refuse cover people or charge them more because they a pre-existing health condition. John Yarmuth, the Bluegrass State's only Democratic congressman, has voted against efforts to gut the ACA.

Kentucky Family Values, which is working in numerous state House races, is out with more ads targeting a number of candidates who are opposing our endorsed candidates. (Click here to see a list of all our endorsed candidates.)

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

More than 200 volunteers are expected to troop door-to-door for Democratic candidates Saturday in Henderson and Daviess counties.

The voter outreach is being billed as possibly the largest ever “mass canvass effort on behalf of political candidates in” western Kentucky, says a news release from Henderson County Democratic Party Chair Herb Pritchett and John Coomes, Tri-County Labor Council president.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Kentucky AFL-CIO unanimously endorsed Suetholz. His opponent, Sen. Paul Hornback, is one of the most anti-union lawmakers in Frankfort. His support of "right to work," prevailing wage repeal and a paycheck deception measure landed him on USW District 8's "Wall of Shame" banner.  

On Wednesday, October 24, voters in Senate District 20 received a negative attack ad against Democratic candidate Dave Suetholz that featured an image of his wife and five-year-old twin daughters. 

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

"I’m going to be real with you," starts off a fund-raising email from Mark Nickolas, who's managing the Amy McGrath-for-Congress campaign.

"Amy’s race is critical for our friends and neighbors in Kentucky. But there’s a reason why it’s one of the most watched House races in the entire country.

"Amy is at the leading edge of the blue wave."

EDITOR'S NOTE: Kentucky Republican Reps. Andy Barr, James Comer, Brett Guthrie, Thomas Massie and Hal Rogers have voted to repeal or rollback the Affordable Care Act, including its provision forbidding insurance companies to refuse cover people or charge them more because they a pre-existing health conditionJohn Yarmuth, the Bluegrass State's only Democratic congressman, has voted against efforts to gut the ACA.

By BERRY CRAIG
AFT Local 1360

Washington Post writer Jennifer Rubin has had it with the narrative that both parties are equally at fault for shoving politics into the gutter. 

EDITOR'S NOTE: The anti-Suetholz flier is typical of hit-pieces being sent by the RPK and its right-wing allies. 

Frankfort, KY -- On Wednesday, the Kentucky Democratic Party became aware that the Republican Party of Kentucky sent a negative mail piece against Democratic candidate Dave Suetholz that included an image of his wife and kids. The following is a statement from Marisa McNee, Kentucky Democratic Party Spokesperson.