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Kentucky Voter Registration

Data from the Kentucky State Board of Elections shows a consistent increase in the number of Republican party registrations. Party 2008 General Election October 16, 2017 Democrats 1,053,871 57.2% 1,680,811 50.4% Republican 1,053,871 36.3% 1,371,085 41.1% Others 190,845 6.6% 283,728 8.5% Total 2,906,809 3,335,626   Growth since President Obama’s election in 2008… Democrats 18,718 Republicans […]

KY Senate Majority Caucus coming to Paducah

KY District 2 Senator Danny Carroll is bringing the Senate majority caucus members to Paducah this week as they prepare for the 2017 legislative session. According to today’s Paducah Sun Senate President Robert Stivers will address the Paducah Rotary at noon Wednesday. After the Rotary meeting caucus members will tour the Paducah’s river industry. Additional […]


Before making congrats in the remaining portions of this post I want to point out some statistics in today’s Paducah Sun regarding the election results. In McCracken County, there were 8,035 votes for straight Republican Party and 5,140 for straight Democratic Party. Compare this with information from the KY Secretary of State voter registration statistics […]

Rand Paul’s Defend Kentucky Tour – Paducah

Senator Rand Paul will be visiting Paducah again. Senator Paul will be making a campaign stop in Paducah at Midwest Aviation the day before the general election. Midwest Aviation 200 Hardy Roberts Drive West Paducah, KY November 7, 3:15pm  

James Comer Boots & Jeans Tour Photos

James Comer will be on the ballot twice… once as the candidate to complete the term left vacant by Ed Whitfield and again as the the Republican candidate to replace Ed Whitefield.

Breakfast with Senator Rand Paul, Oct 26, 8am

Senator Rand Paul will be in Paducah, October 26th. A breakfast will be held 8am, Walker Hall Events Center (229 Madison St, Paducah, KY). To RSVP send an email to Host:       $250 Co-Host: $100 Sponsor:  $50 Attend:    $25  

James Comer Boots & Jeans Tour Oct 27, 8am

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 19, 2016 CONTACT: Comer To Visit all 35 First District Counties in a Week Tompkinsville, KY— James R. Comer, the Republican Nominee for the vacant First Congressional District Seat, is set to begin a 35 County “Boots and Jeans Tour” campaign swing through every county in the First Congressional District. “My […]

Hillary’s America at Maiden Alley! Oct 22, 10:30am

Two showings of Hillary’s America. October 22 10:30am 12:45pm Each showing is first come first serve. The theater has seats for 115 persons.

Voter Registration Deadline, Oct 11

The deadline to register to vote in the 2016 election is 4pm, Tuesday, October 11. To easily register online click here.

James Comer Nominated for Special Election

On September 6, Republicans in Kentucky’s 1st Congressional District nominated James Comer for a special election to replace U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield. Whitfield announced his resignation last week, about one year after announcing he would not seek re-election this year. Republican Gov. Matt Bevin on Tuesady called a special election for Nov. 8 to elect […]

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