A Democratic super PAC that was active in last year's governor's race is taking part in legislative races this fall. The Kentucky Family Values super PAC was started to help Governor Steve Beshear win re-election. The group has now re-formed under new leadership to influence state House races.
As the Democratic National Convention wraps up, Kentucky Democrats are trying to present a more unified front for President Barack Obama.
In this year’s primary, 42 percent of Democrats who cast ballots voted uncommitted rather than for the president. That created a problem for delegates to the party’s national convention, since uncommitted isn’t a candidate.