New SurveyUSA conducted for WHAS-TV Louisville, Kentucky, Republicans Keep Kentucky a Red State for the Presidential Race. A total of 540 registered voters were the base for this poll.
In head-to-head match-ups, on 02/05/08, Kentucky elects a Republican President in 3 of 4 match-ups, and Democrats manage only a tie in the 4th, according to SurveyUSA's latest general election tracking poll conducted exclusively for WHAS-TV Louisville and WCPO-TV Cincinnati.
Superdelegates are delegates to a presidential nominating convention in the United States who are not bound by the decisions of party primaries or caucuses. Superdelegates are elected officeholders and party officials. They are sometimes referred to as "unpledged delegates," but some unpledged delegates are not superdelegates.
Can Fischer's millions beat Lunsford's millions?
Andrew Horne Pulls Out of Senate Race
Late Monday afternoon, February 11, 2008, Andrew Horne took his name out of the Kentucky U.S. Senate race. This leaves two candidates for the Democratic Primary for U.S. Senate: (1) Greg Fischer and (2) Bruce Lunsford. Both of these individuals are millionaires.
Now Kentucky will be witness to one Republican and two Democrats spending millions to buy themselves a United States Senate seat. Between the primary and general election, some $18 to $ 20 million dollars will probably be spent.
The Kentucky Republican Party Chairman, Steve Robertson, has sent to the F.B.I. a letter asking them to investigate possible ties between Governor Beshear’s Administration and businessman Bill Yung.
Yung owns several casinos in 5 states. He donated one million dollars to a 527 political organization during the General Election of 2007. Yung also gave $10,000 to Beshear’s inauguration committee.