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The Republican Party of Kentucky has disavowed a GOP candidate for the state legislature who is being criticized for racially charged comments he's made in the past.

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A Marshall County High School teacher is speaking out against a Republican political rally in the region this summer featuring National Rifle Association President Oliver North.

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  The former speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives who resigned last month after acknowledging he secretly settled a sexual harassment claim could get his job back under a plan crafted by some allies in the state legislature.

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The candidate pool seeking to succeed term-limited Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam is likely to grow since the recent legislative session.

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  The Murray Calloway County Republican Party is holding a 'Prayer Luncheon' on inauguration day. The Friday morning event includes historical perspective from Murray State University political science professor Dr. Winfield Rose, a devotional and patriotic and a live viewing of the Donald Trump's presidential swearing-in ceremony.

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The President of the Kentucky AFL-CIO is blasting the agenda laid out by the Kentucky GOP House leadership.

Bill Londrigan says “Handshake with Kentucky” plan will only exacerbate the level of income inequality seen in the commonwealth. 

Republicans may not have figured out how to connect better with minority groups yet. Neither have they settled on how to cut down on the primary debates where their candidates take turns eviscerating each other.

But a year after having lost the popular vote for the fifth time in the last six presidential elections, the party has crafted a series of rules tweaks designed to regain control of and dramatically shorten its presidential nominating process.

McConnell Says Obama Must Come Closer to the Center

Jun 24, 2013

United States Senator Mitch McConnell says there’s likely to be more gridlock in Washington over the next three and a half years unless president Obama moderates his views. The Kentucky republican spoke Friday at the American enterprise institute in Washington and took questions from the audience.

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Former Miss America Heather French Henry has voiced her displeasure with a GOP statement calling her a "bottom-of-the-barrell pick" to run for U.S. Senate against Republican Mitch McConnell.

French Henry said in a blog post last week she'll make a decision on the race soon.

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Kentucky Republicans are ramping up their campaign to take control of the state house in this year's elections.

The GOP has latched on to House Speaker Greg Stumbo's declaration that he will vote for President Barack Obama this fall.

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