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Showing 4 articles from July 23, 2010.

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First District voters favor GOP solution

CN|2 poll bad news for West KY Dems:

"...The cn|2 Poll showed that the 1st congressional district, which covers far western and southern Kentucky, was the toughest for Democrats. Only 27.5% of respondents from that area said Democrats had the best approach to the economy and half of those polled from the 1st District said they strongly disapproved of the job President Barack Obama was doing..."

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Head to head - Poll shows Senate race a dead heat
New poll showing tight race for Senate is good news for Jack Conway.
Head to head - Poll shows Senate race a dead heat
Ryan Alessi's new site, CN|2 has posted its first poll on the Senate race Thursday evening. This one has Rand Paul leading Jack Conway 41%-38% with a whopping 19% undecided.
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Rasche fired from Dept. of Ed
Former legislator Frank Rasche is out of a job.
Rasche fired from Dept. of Ed

Former Paducah representative Frank Rasche has been fired by the Department of Education in what was described as“reorganization” of the Department and cost saving measure. It has been two years and one day since he announced his resignation from the General Assembly to take the job. Rasche Resigning  July 22, 2008

 Almost a year ago, Lowell Reese wrote:

“Ex-legislator Frank Rasche, D-Paducah, served 15 years in the House before resigning in 2008 to accept an $80,000-a-year position in the Beshear administration in the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. That state job increases his legislative pension to $33,000 a year from $14, 841 – a gain of $18,159 a year for the rest of his life. The lifetime gain is estimated at $329,949. He voted for the bill.”

Super Rich Pensions Root of Political Change, KY Roll Call, September 22, 2009

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Community and Regional News

It's Friday! Time for Board Appointments!

Governor Beshear appointed a whole bunch of people to state boards and commissions.

Follow the link to see if your name is on this list.

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