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From BILL LONDRIGAN

Kentucky State AFL-CIO

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Kentucky State AFL-CIO endorsed Democrat Darrell Pugh (pictured).   

Are Wheeler, the Republican Party of Kentucky and GOP campaign venders engaged in an ongoing criminal conspiracy to circumvent Kentucky campaign laws and keep voters in the dark?

Wheeler’s latest campaign finance report shows ~80% of all ‘reported’ funds raised come from outside the district; however, it fails to account for thousands of dollars in campaign expenses.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Democratic Insider is a weekly online publication from the Kentucky Democratic Party. The Kentucky State AFL-CIO endorsed Democrat Darrell Phillip Pugh in his race against Republican Phillip Wheeler.  

Special Election in State Senate District 31 is Next Tuesday

There is really no one left in Kentucky with enough influence to attend a re-election campaign for the nation’s least-liked governor, so VP Mike Pence is on his way to defend the role of national politics in our commonwealth. -- Nicole Erwin, Kentucky Democratic Party.

By PHILIP M. BAILEY

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin will get an assist from the White House this month in his bid for another four-year term.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Michael A. Cohen Boston Globe columnist.

By MICHAEL A. COHEN

Emily’s List is naming Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Andy Barr as two of its top targets for 2020.

Kentucky teachers will return to their classrooms Friday after many held a “sick-out” Thursday to protest a bill that would restructure the board that oversees the Teachers’ Retirement System of Kentucky.

Payday Report has learned through conversations with teachers’ union activists in Kentucky that statewide “sickout strikes” are expected to continue through Monday. 

On Thursday, schools in the state’s two largest cities, Lexington and Louisville as well as 8 other counties in the states  as a result of the sick outs.