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2050 Population Projections For Western Kentucky Challenge the Region to Unite
The First Congressional District - from Fulton to Frankfort. (Map credit - Google)
2050 Population Projections For Western Kentucky Challenge the Region to Unite

A new report from the Kentucky State Data Center at the University of Louisville forecasts significant lags in western Kentucky county populations through 2050. This is notably true in the Jackson Purchase where only McCracken County is projected to grow significantly Counties, especially Hickman County which may lose more than one-quarter of its current population, will experience significant population decreases. Graves, Calloway, and Marshall Counties will, according to the report, will do well to hold their present populations.

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Fancy Farm 2022: Snide and Snark reigned supreme
Speaker of the Kentucky House David Osborne Snarkiest Speaker of FFP 2022
Fancy Farm 2022: Snide and Snark reigned supreme

The award for the St. Jerome Picnic Political Speaking 2022 Snarkiest on the Platform had to go to Speaker of the Kentucky House Rep. David Osborne (R- 59 Oldham County), the Master of Ceremonies.

There was competition.

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Charles Booker Won Fancy Farm Picnic, Republicans Failed the Test of Leadership at Fancy Farm Event
Charles Booker Won Fancy Farm Picnic, Republicans Failed the Test of Leadership at Fancy Farm Event

At a small crossroads of people and their way of life, called Fancy Farm, political history was made when a lone Democratic candidate named Charles Booker defeated a massive army of powerful Republicans.

With the absence of kingmaker Mitch McConnell and the "would be" next presidential candidate...

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KDP Chair Colmon Eldridge - Dems need to fight back
Kentucky Democratic Party Chair Colmon Eldridge
KDP Chair Colmon Eldridge - Dems need to fight back

The first question I posed to Kentucky Democratic Party Chair Colman Eldridge was one shared by many frustrated Democrats in Western Kentucky.

"How does the Democratic Party plan to turn Western Kentucky from red to at least purple?" The first African American Chairman of any political party in Kentucky has obviously been thinking about the subject...

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