Signage is up and running at our new headquarters. 227 St. Ann St. In beautiful downtown Owensboro.
17 years ago today, America changed forever. We join all Americans in remembering those lives lost and the first responders who rushed towards falling towers and still suffer the effects of their heroic efforts to this day. #NeverForget ... See more
During this campaign season, much will be said about pensions, and about how I voted to deal with the pension crisis. My opponent has been quoted as saying that nothing needs to be done, that the shortfall will correct itself. This Lexington Herald article lays out the truth. As said in the article, a decade of failing to fund the plan has created this crisis. Two years ago, I recognized the critical nature of this problem, and ran on the promise that I would have the courage to make the difficult decisions to solve this crisis. I kept that promise. There will be those who will try to use this as a way to get back in power in Frankfort, but we have set a prudent course to, over time, save our pension system. We cannot afford to put those who created this crisis back in power. I am asking for your continued support on November 6th so that we can stay on course and save our state pensions. ... See more
Longtime Kentucky Democratic operatives Jerry Lundergan and Dale Emmons were indicted by a federal grand jury in Lexington Friday for making illegal contributions to the 2014 Senate campaign of Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes and conspiring to cover them up. ... See more
ICYMI: We've launched a website! Visit www.taleoftwokentuckys.com to learn more about the direction Republican majorities have taken us in vs the road Kentucky Democrats want to take us back down. Check it out every week for the latest update on why we need to keep Frankfort in Republican hands! ... See more
Join us for Jordan's Campaign Kickoff event. Everyone is invited and a meal will be provided. Please RSVP at 270-316-7035.
We are very proud to have Matt Castlen representing Daviess County values in Frankfort. Watch and share the video below if you agree. Paid for by the Daviess County Republican Party.
Some of Kentucky's retired lawmakers living on public pensions of more than $100,000 a year would lose most of that money if a proposal from Republican Gov. Matt Bevin becomes law.
An official in the administration of former Gov. Steve Beshear admitted Monday to using his position to solicit campaign contributions from employees of the Personnel Cabinet and to falsifying time sheets. ... See more