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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 January 16, 2018 Democrats 1,662,093 57.2% 1,679,503 50.2% Republican 1,053,871 36.3% 1,380,527 41.3% Others 190,845 6.6% 285,657 8.5% Total 2,906,809 3,345,689   Growth since President Obama’s election in 2008… Democrats 17,410 Republicans […]

Leeper Bill Passes House Vote

Senate Bill 11, aka “The Leeper Act”, to lift the Nuclear Moratorium in the state of Kentucky has passed the Kentucky House by a vote of 65 to 28 this afternoon.  The bill passed the Senate earlier this session. It now goes to Governor Bevin for his signature and he has indicated he will not veto […]

KY Ag Commissioner in Paducah Today

KY agriculture commissioner Ryan Quarles will be visiting Paducah today. Quarles will be touring the Kight’s Pecan Orchard at 9270 Old Hinkleville Road in West Paducah at 1:30pm. Quarles will also be in Ledbetter at 11:30am to speak at the Livingston County Livestock Auction at 1636 US 60 Ledbetter. Both events are part of the […]


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 […]

GOP Headquarters Closing for this Cycle

A very BIG thanks to all our local volunteers to helped work the McCracken County Republican Headquarters this election season. And another BIG thank you to everyone who stopped by and/or purchased Trump gear and/or obtained yard signs for our other local candidates. Thank you to those who provided spots for the large signs! The […]

Joni Hogancamp Named to National GOP Group’s “16 in ’16: Races to Watch” List

Paducah, KY  – This week, Joni Hogancamp was named to the Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) “16 in ’16: Races to Watch” list, which recognizes the RSLC’s Future Majority Project (FMP) and Right Women, Right Now (RWRN) candidates who are identified as rising stars in the party. The RSLC’s FMP and RWRN initiatives aim to […]

New Website

As you may have noticed the McCracken County GOP website has been updated. This new website uses modern technology making it easy for our local party members to add new content. Besides a having fresh, new appearance for desktop and laptop computers a mobile friendly version of the website should automatically appear to anyone using a smartphone. A […]

Last Day to Register to Vote Is October 11

The last day to register to vote in the November 8th General Election is October 11th. There are several ways to register. In person at the voter registration office in the courthouse house Online at Call our a local McCracken County GOP committee member at 847.436.4046 and we’ll get you a registration card

To Those Who Won’t Vote

To those who say they won’t vote: Some people have brought up the fact that they won’t vote if the eventual nominee is not the person they wanted. I just want to put something in perspective. Justice Scalia’s seat is vacant. Ginsberg is 82 years old Kennedy is 79 Breyer is 77 Thomas is 67 […]

Senator Paul to hold town halls on July 20 in Western Kentucky

Senator Paul to hold town halls on July 20 in Western Kentucky Senator Paul has scheduled five official town hall meetings in Western Kentucky on Wednesday, July 20. Present at each event will be senate caseworkers who can follow-up with individuals who have specific problems with federal agencies, such as the Veterans Administration, Medicare, Social […]

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