It’s still primary day in Indiana and North Carolina or whatever. Can you believe it? Our heads haven’t yet exploded.
Bruce Lunsford’s campaign for U.S. Senate released its giant list of endorsements along with its latest campaign ad. Individuals and organizations from all walks of life and from across the political spectrum. [Lunsford Campaign]
The Republican Party of Kentucky reminded us of why it’s so crucial to defeat John Dubya McCain this November. In a press release the party’s chairperson said, “The next president will nominate hundreds of qualified men and women to the federal courts, and the impact of these choices will reach far into the future.” Plenty of reason to vote for the Democratic nominee. [RPK Release]
Indiana Primary Coverage – Live on the Internets. Joe Arnold of WHAS11 will host a live webcast beginning at 8:00 P.M. Eastern to discuss the Indiana primary. His panel will include Sean Smith of the Obama campaign, Jonathan Hurst of the Clinton campaign, Scott Jennings from Peritus PR and formerly a Karl Rove aide. They’ll also be discussing the upcoming Kentucky primary and the latest SurveyUSA results that indicate there’s less support for Obama in Kentucky than any other contested state (62%-28%), with the exception of Arkansas. [WHAS11.com]
Note: See snippets of an interview with Hurst and Smith after the jump.
Greg Fischer only gained four points, not six as the ill-informed (about Kentucky and reality here in the Bluegrass) national blogosphere would have you believe. And you wonder why Kentuckians feel so disenfranchised when it comes to national folks. Check out the comments section where Joe Sonka drops a bit of reality into the mix. [Open Left]
Barack Obama’s campaign for the U.S. Presidency purchased $10,000 worth of tickets for this Friday’s fundraiser for the Kentucky Democratic Party that will feature prominent Democrats– including Hillary Clinton. Obama was invited but has refused/declined/been unable to confirm an appearance at the event. [Pat Crowley]
WHAS11 Clip after the jump…
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