Republican Party of Kentucky

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U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky says Matt Bevin's recent election performance had more to do with voters' displeasure toward Kentucky's GOP governor than their attitudes about Republicans in general.

Courtesy of Terry Little

Prominent Kentucky Republicans are urging grassroots efforts to expand GOP influence in Frankfort by flipping the last two Democratic constitutional offices in the upcoming election. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Governor Matt Bevin and Congressman James Comer joined incumbent officers and Republican office-seekers at the First District Lincoln Reagan Dinner Saturday night in Murray.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Congressman James Comer and Republican candidates for constitutional offices in Kentucky are scheduled to speak at The First District Lincoln Reagan Dinner at Murray State University on Saturday evening.

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Gov. Matt Bevin believes last week’s election results are an indication of a future long-term political leaning across Kentucky.  The governor made his comments following a keynote address to county government leaders meeting in Lexington.

J. Tyler Franklin, WFPL.org

Kentucky's Republican Party leaders have rejected a request from the state's GOP governor that they call for the resignation of four lawmakers who signed a secret sexual harassment settlement. 

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  The Republican Party of Kentucky is denouncing vandalism scrawled on a county GOP office.

Lisa Autry, WKYU

Kentucky’s ailing pension system is among the worst-funded in the nation, but former Democratic Governor Steve Beshear accuses the current administration of scare tactics.

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The Republican Party of Kentucky has named Sarah Pickerel as new Executive Director. 

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The Republican Party of Kentucky says executive director Mike Biagi is stepping down to take a position with a Louisville-based lobbying group next month.

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A Kentucky Republican, shunned even by his own party for posting images on Facebook depicting President Barack Obama as a monkey, held a defiant press conference during which he declined to apologize or suspend his campaign for the statehouse.

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