How should KDP spend its cash?

Thanks to Governor Steve Beshear the Kentucky Democratic Party has more than $700,000 in the bank. Funds that could be used to serve the KDP better than it’s ever been served before. A mountain of money that could finally dig us out of the dark ages.

Beyond shelling out for various candidates, what should Chairwoman Jennifer Moore do with all that cash?

Here are a few suggestions:

  • Pay for the Kentucky Young Democrats to host their annual convention instead of forcing them to scramble for survival. Provide a budget for outreach. Lure young people in like the Republican Party of Kentucky does quite well.
  • Teach Communications Director Allison Haley how to include bloggers who receive hundreds of thousands of visitors each month on her press list. Something Jonathan Miller, Jennifer Moore, Vicki Glass and Jeremy Horton all promised would happen months ago.
  • Educate the everyman Democrat about the secretive, mind-boggling process of delegate selection. Jeff Noble is the only person in the state fighting to educate the masses and when he hosts a session the KDP can’t even find it within itself to send a representative.
  • Start immediately returning telephone calls of potential candidates when they reach out to headquarters. Every potential senate candidate we have spoken with has expressed frustration at the lack of support and communication from the Party.

What are your suggestions?

Democrats: Eat, Drink, Cause Trouble

Join the Metro Democratic Club and Louisville-Jefferson County Democratic Party tonight for our annual “Holiday” gathering. Free food, door prizes, mingling, gossip, cash bar. Tasty.

  • When: Tonight, 6:00 P.M.
  • Where: UAW Hall, 3000 Fern Valley Road, 40213

Join us for some fun. Be seen. You know you want to see an elected official or two downing a bit too much gin.

P.S. No haters allowed. Unless you buy us drinks and dish the political dirt.

UPDATE: There was no cash bar. Ah, the disappointment! Exciting crowd, though. If you didn’t show up you certainly missed out.

Jennifer Moore truly gives all Kentuckians something to be excited for. You can expect great things from this young rising star.

In The Holiday Spirit

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Need a hot date? Here’s your chance!

Tonight Lexington’s Fraternal Order of Firefighters will host the 7th annual bachelor auction. That’s right, ladies, the firemenz can be yours if you’re the highest bidder. And it’s for a good cause.

All proceeds go to benefit the Firefighters Toy Program.

Blue Moon
815 Euclid Ave
Lexington 40502

Doors open @ 7

New toy or cash contribution required for admission.

Preview your potential dates by clicking here.

Turning the Page

It’s fitting that on a day when so many Kentucky children are heading back to school, Page One publishes its first post. We’re starting something totally new, and we think you’re going to like it.

If you’re passionate about politics, Page One promises a daily dose of it at a time when we need it most here in Kentucky. Our state’s thickening plot includes an ever-widening cast of characters opening up the throttle as the governor’s race heads for home in November. Between our own quirky opinions and those of the experts we’re going to call on to contribute to Page One, we promise to make it worth every bit of your computer’s bookmark to come see what’s on Page One every day.


This is an entrepreneurial venture, so we’ll be coming up with ways to make an unobtrusive profit. But what we really want to do is wedge our way into the conversation about politics in Kentucky, providing an alternative to the mainstream media and all those bloggers you see listed in our links to the right. And that’s where you come in.

The site is designed to not only inform, but to be an open forum. Have a take? Share it with the blogosphere right here. Video? We’ll take it. A great picture? We’ll publish it. Spot an elected official doing something unscrupulous? We want to talk about it. Want to rake the Guv over the coals on the coal plant? Think the $500 million Beshear’s promising from gaming is a long shot? This is the place to say so.

So here it is… Let’s get it started. Register and get involved.