Brett Hall isn’t just wrong on grammar (we know it’s a Republican ploy to say Democrat instead of Democratic, but it’s getting old), he’s wrong on campaign finance (or is it his son doing the posting? we forget). Yesterday he emphatically reported that, “If Lunsford exceeds the millionaire’s threshold of personal contributions to his campaign (currently around $560,000), McConnell will be allowed to increase individual donors’ contribution limits.” in reference to the Millionaires’ Amendment. That’s incorrect. The threshold for Bruce Lunsford in the general election is $1.69 million.
Greg Fischer’s U.S. Senate campaign has yet again hopped on the hypocrisy train. In an email blast this morning, Fischer passive-aggressively attacked Bruce Lunsford for attempting to “spend whatever it takes to buy” the election. Never mind that Greg Fischer had poured at least $510,000 into his campaign coffers as of the FEC’s end of quarter reporting deadline. Kids, amateur hour was supposed to end a few weeks ago. This behavior isn’t worth of a U.S. Senate race. It’s embarrassing.
KET will begin its scheduled candidate forums on Monday, April 21 at 8:00 P.M. Eastern. Each forum will air live on KET1 while also being broadcast on the internets. No worries if you’re a slacker, though, because everything will be archived online. Forums air Mondays, April 21 through May 12, ending with both the Democratic and Republican U.S. Senate debates on the 12th.
Some people are still bitter over reality.
Also, everyone is freaking out that John McCain is coming to Inez or whatever. Isn’t he already the nominee? Shouldn’t he be saving his skrilla?
Hillary and McCain are tied. Because you know Kentuckians will so vote for a woman over a military dude. Heh.