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Updated: Fancy Farm 2018 - Paul not coming - McConnell no response
Updated: Fancy Farm 2018 - Paul not coming - McConnell no response

UPDATE: Mark Wilson, co-chair of the political speaking reported 07/31/18 that per a phone call from Senator Paul's office, he will not attend the Picnic. Senator McConnell still "pending"

For an updated list of speakers, follow the jump -

As of June 25, Senators McConnell and Paul and Governor Bevin have yet to confirm attendance. Since none of the three are on this November's ballot, there's not much reason for them to attend. Except that barbecue...

For the current line up of speakers, follow the jump.

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Marshall County Republicans invite NRA President to Speak

UPDATE: Calloway County Republicans are now listed as co-sponsors of the speech.

MSU campus will be closed in anticipation of the GOP speech. A silent vigil will be held by a group protesting the North appearance will be held on campus.

NRA President Oliver North has been invited to speak by the Marshall County Republican Party on August 3rd. The event will be at Lovett Auditorium on the Murray State Campus.

Tickets are $50

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Graves County GOP Breakfast - August 4th

Graves County Republican Breakfast - Saturday August 4th at Graves County Middle School. Tickets are $20.

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Graves County Dem Breakfast August 4th

Graves County Dems will host a breakfast on the morning of the Fancy Farm Picnic at Mayfield High School.

Tickets are $15.

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Editorials

History shows that governor has effect on local political organizations
Former Governor Julian Carroll now Senator Julian Carroll
History shows that governor has effect on local political organizations

Back in the day, Kentucky politics was controlled by either the "machine" or special money interests like big coal or railroads.

Governors Ford and Carroll built the Democratic local machine - Brown scrapped it.

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