By Jonathan Meador | Posted on November 7, 2018
Three incumbent Jefferson County judges were ousted in Tuesday's elections — including a surprise upset involving one of the 30th Judicial District's longest-serving judges.
By Joe Sonka | Posted on November 7, 2018
Louisville Democrats performed well on Tuesday, with Fischer and Yarmuth cruising to blowout victories and the party adding to its Metro Council majority.
By Joe Sonka | Posted on November 6, 2018
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Congressman John Yarmuth both won their re-election campaigns by wide margins on Tuesday, as the Democratic incumbents were able to win over 60 percent of the vote. Democrats also preformed well in other races in Jefferson County, defeating two...
By Jonathan Meador | Posted on November 6, 2018
Upward of "dozens" of registered voters under house arrest are eligible to vote Tuesday, according to Metro Louisville's top jailer.
By Joe Sonka | Posted on November 2, 2018
Metro Council will have at least seven new members after the election next Tuesday, as several open races will decide who replaces outgoing members.
By Guest Author | Posted on November 1, 2018
Creating Citizens for Better School Boards would be a challenge, but with leadership from veteran educators and civic leaders with volunteer experience in public education, it shouldn’t be that difficult to develop.
Voter guide: Democrats hope to cut into GOP supermajority in General Assembly by flipping Louisville seatsBy Joe Sonka | Posted on October 31, 2018
Democrats believe they can take back many of the General Assembly seats they lost to Republicans in 2016, but they'd need a strong showing in Louisville.
By Jonathan Meador | Posted on October 29, 2018
Editor’s note: This post has been updated to reflect additional endorsements. Here come the judges. With several contested races in the state’s 30th judicial district, it’s time to take a closer look at who wants your vote come the Nov. 6 midterm elections. Keep...
By Joe Sonka | Posted on October 18, 2018
Yarmuth and Glisson showed major policy differences on the Affordable Care Act, Kentucky's Medicaid wavier and "Medicare for All."
By Joe Sonka | Posted on October 17, 2018
Leet once again attacked the mayor for the increase in homicides during his second term, while Fischer played defense and touted economic progress.