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Rep. Attica Scott, a black woman in politics, is passionate about issues
Rep. Attica Scott spoke at Mayfield Black History Month
Rep. Attica Scott, a black woman in politics, is passionate about issues

Rep. Attica Scott, (D-KY House 41) was the keynote speaker at "Black Women in Politics" a celebration of Black History Month in Mayfield last Sunday, February 24th . Scott was one of six legislators who ran in 2018 unopposed. It's her second term in the Legislature...

...Rep. Scott is especially interested in restoration of civil rights to former felons. She firmly believes that "People deserve a second chance." The statistics are disheartening: One in four black men doesn't have their rights back after incarceration...

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Governor's race in 2019 brings challengers to incumbent Bevin
Governor's race in 2019 brings challengers to incumbent Bevin

2019 is an unusual election year in Kentucky. There are no national offices on the ballot - no president, no congressional offices, no races that send a winner to Washington. There are no local races...

It should come as no surprise that the top of the tickets will get the most attention. With an incumbent in the governor's office, this election will be in large part a critique of Governor Matt Bevin's leadership.

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2019 Secretary of State race is for an open seat
Former Miss America Heather French Henry one of eight candidates for secretary of state.
2019 Secretary of State race is for an open seat

2019 is an unusual election year in Kentucky.

In the race for secretary of state, incumbent Alison Lundergan Grimes, is not running. That leaves an open seat. Eight candidates are vying to become the next Kentucky Secretary of State.

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Auditor's race draws four Dem challengers to incumbent Mike Harmon
Auditor Mike Harmon is running for a second term.
Auditor's race draws four Dem challengers to incumbent Mike Harmon

2019 is an unusual election year in Kentucky...No local races that bring out friends and families of candidates.

In the race for auditor, incumbent Mike Harmon is running for a second term. He's the only candidate on the Republican side.

On the Democratic side, there are four candidates:

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Commissioner of Agriculture - Quarles faces challengers
Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles is seeking a second term.
Commissioner of Agriculture - Quarles faces challengers

In the 2019 race for commissioner of agriculture, incumbent Ryan Quarles is running for a second term. He's drawn a challenger in Bill Polyniak on the Republican side.

On the Democratic side, there are two candidates: Robert Haley Conway and Joe Trigg.

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Ms. Susan Clayton - it all started in Hickman County

During Women's History Month - remembering Susan Clayton, activist, philanthropist.

...Ms. Susan attended Marvin College here in Clinton and was a classmate of and at one point engaged to Alben W. Barkley, who later became the senior U.S. Senator from Kentucky and then Vice President of the United States...

...Ms. Susan willed twenty-five million dollars "to [her] beloved country, the United States of America, to be used in retirement of the national debt."

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One Democrat and two Republicans vie for AG
Former McConnell lawyer, Daniel Cameron, is running for AG.
One Democrat and two Republicans vie for AG

2019 is a year for candidates with great name recognition and/or big families. Turnout will be key.

In the race for attorney general, incumbent Andy Beshear is running for governor. That leaves an open seat.

Three candidates are vying for the job.

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Treasurer's race will pit incumbent Allison Ball against one of two Dem challengers.
Josh Mers is one of two Dem challengers to incumbent Treasurer Ball.
Treasurer's race will pit incumbent Allison Ball against one of two Dem challengers.

2019 is a year for candidates with great name recognition and/or big families. It's a year with guaranteed low voter turnout.

In the race for treasurer, incumbent Allison Ball is running for a second term. She's the only candidate on the Republican side.

On the Democratic side, there are two candidates: Michael Bowman and Josh Mers.

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