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It won't matter. No one gives a darn about Bevin, his vote was all anti-MCConnell. The race will be completely about Comer and Heiner. The other two won't get 20 percent combined. My early pick: Comer 50, Heiner 35, Bevin 9, Scott 6
I lived in Louisville for years. Even here, we argue sometimes about whether we are Midwestern or Southern...... Usually we agree that we take the best from both.
It will be a great thing for the business climate of Bullitt Co.
He can easily start running for both. The only time it would really be a problem is if he actually got the Presidential nomination
He didnt oppose the Keystone bill
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Lawson L. Wrote: Nov 09, 2014 10:50 AM
Only problem with that theory is that the Gov. Is a D and the state House is comtrolled by D's
The Sheriff's race in my county was decided by one vote in 2006
I would ask Cameron....If Scotland is such an economic albatross that they would be in fiscal ruin on their own, wouldnt it benefit the rest of the UK to shed them
Mitch may have some image problems across the entire electorate, but he was always going to do well among the subset if Ky GOP primary voters. He almost singlehandedly built the state Republican party from an almost nonexistent entity in the 80s, outside of a few south KY counties, to the party that elects both senators, 5 of 6 representatives and controls the state senate in the 21st century. He has built up alot of goodwill in his home state party.
The GOP was so racist, they were going to vote for a Latino over him. What bad people.
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