Sunday, May 18, 2008


Local primary turnout estimates low
Despite an active race for Democratic presidential spot, Warren County clerk predicting little interest

Ky. election officials expecting larger turnout
Kentucky, for the first time in a long time, is counting on having a larger voice in the nation's presidential election this year.

I know same place two different stories.....go figure...

Hillary Clinton begins final push before Kentucky primary
Amanda Keith woke up at 4 a.m. in her central Kentucky home on Saturday morning and spent the next four hours painstakingly putting the finishing touches on a T-shirt she made for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton that read: "Step aside gentlemen, it's time for a woman to take over."

On Tuesday, please get out and vote
Opinion piece

Clinton rallies Kentuckians
Crowds greet her with cheers at several stops

U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., dipped a bottle of Maker's Mark bourbon in its signature red wax and then urged a crowd of nearly 1,000 to support her in Kentucky's presidential primary Tuesday.

"I am hoping that Kentucky will send a big message to the Democratic Party and to the country," Clinton said as the crowd cheered, "that we know what kind of president we need and we know who will defeat John McCain in the fall."Historic presidential race leads a full primary ballot

Historic presidential race leads a full primary ballot
Kentuckians finally get their chance to weigh in on the most closely followed presidential primary race in a generation on Tuesday. With throngs of newly minted political junkies watching on cable news, Democratic voters in the Bluegrass State, along with those in Oregon, will cast their ballots Tuesday. Polls in Kentucky open at 6 a.m.

Obama has Ky. funding edge

Clinton Campaign Comes To N.Ky.
Hillary Clinton's campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination has been making stops in Northern Kentucky this weekend.
Clinton has said that she leads her rival Barack Obama in the popular vote. She pointed out that she has carried the states that would give her enough electoral college votes to win against Senator John McCain in November.

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Going All-In to Upset Obama in Oregon
(SALEM, Ore. ) - Can Sen. Hillary Clinton pulloff one of the biggest upsets in political history on Tuesday?

Have a good rest of the day all...............