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Fancy Farm 2019: Labor Luncheon labor and educators have common goal
Teachers, retired teachers and their supporters were front row at the 2019 Danny Ross Labor Luncheon
Fancy Farm 2019: Labor Luncheon labor and educators have common goal

The brothers in organized labor met the sisters of KEA, the un-union, at the Labor Luncheon in Paducah on Friday, August 2nd in one of the run up events to the Fancy Farm Picnic.

In 2019, brothers and sisters found common ground in their goal of making Matt Bevin a one term governor.

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Fancy Farm 2019: Top of the tickets bring contrasting styles
"Which side are you on?" Socialism or Matt Bevin?
Fancy Farm 2019: Top of the tickets bring contrasting styles

Rivals Governor Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear didn't deliver knock out blows at the 2019 Fancy Farm Political Speaking. They did present vastly contrasting styles.

In short, one candidate is unhappy. The other is not.

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Fancy Farm 2019: Educator group 120 Strong shows up, speaks up,
120 Strong educators met in Fancy Farm 2019
Fancy Farm 2019: Educator group 120 Strong shows up, speaks up,

(Fancy Farm Picnic August 3, 2019) 120 Strong got their front row seats again this year at the 2019 Fancy Farm Picnic...

While 120 members in the distinctive black t-shirts sat on the Democratic side of the Picnic Pavilion, several we talked to are registered Republicans. Governor Bevin attracted their wrath with comments about teachers that included calling them unconscious drowning victims who need to be dragged to shore.

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Fancy Farm 2019: Rep. Heath - red meat speech with little for 2nd District
Rep. Richard Heath missed opportunity to sell Graves County
Fancy Farm 2019: Rep. Heath - red meat speech with little for 2nd District

(Fancy Farm 2019) - Rep. Richard Heath, (R-House 2- Graves and part of McCracken) wasted an opportunity on August 3rd. Instead of extolling the virtue of Graves County, the place he claims as his forever home, Heath launched into a grossly unamusing attack on candidates on the other side of the platform.

It was embarrassing. There is much good that Heath has been part of and witness to in Graves County. No one could tell it from his three minute speech.

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