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Showing 6 articles from May 15, 2008.

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Hillary Coming to Mayfield- or is it Murray?
Got an email that Hillary Clinton will be in Mayfield on Sunday. The Paducah Sun says Murray. Ack! Which is it??
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Hubbard: Tireless Campaigner Running for State Senate
Long time West Kentucky residents remember Carroll Hubbard. He has been in and around West Kentucky politics for decades. He’s back in the Democratic primary on Tuesday for a shot at his old Kentucky Senate seat.
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Rick Johnson –Broad Jump from the Court to the Senate
Former Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Rick Johnson is running against Carroll Hubbard in the May 20th primary for a chance to defeat State Senator Ken Winters in November. Attorney Rick Johnson has been a lawyer for over 28 years. Fifteen of those years were as Court of Appeals Judge Johnson.
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Farm Programs Meant Millions to Kentucky in 2007
The Farm Service Agency (FSA) released a list of loans and grant programs given to Kentucky farmers, “agricultural producers”, during the year 2007. Reading the amounts, it becomes clear that agriculture income to the state comes from not just crops and livestock sold, but in the money farmers are able to put into the stream of commerce because of these federal programs.
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Letter to the Editor: Lincoln's Vote Totals in Ky
Thank God for the voters in 1860 who saw fit to elect Kentucky native Abraham Lincoln as President! A liberal in his day, Lincoln undoubtedly did more than any other American to keep our country together during its darkest hour. He also did what our founding fathers should have done in abolishing slavery. Lincoln consistently ranks as our greatest President.
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West Virginia and Kentucky Primaries - Foreshadowing?
Hillary Clinton’s landside victory in West Virginia Tuesday past is most likely a foreshadowing of what is to come in Kentucky on May 20th. Not even the most optimistic Obama supporter is predicting victory in the BluegrassState. The question will be on the margin.
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