Ads for Senate Race Out, but Misleading Michon Lindstrom Article Updated: July 29, 2020 Leave a comment Share on FacebookTweet this! McConnell and McGrath are spending big money on ads but they may not be what they seem. Post navigation Previous postTrump Administration Won’t Accept New DACA Applications Next postHow the Pandemic is Helping One Kentucky Restaurant Expand Posted in: Uncategorized More Articles By the same author Alexandra Owensby Discusses Final Week of Campaign Michon Lindstrom Jun 19, 2020 Owensby is a Democrat running in the 4th Congressional District. Kentucky Childcare Centers in Crisis Michon Lindstrom Jul 21, 2020 45% of Kentucky childcare centers could close if they do not receive federal support in the next coronavirus… Legislative Leaders Split on Beshear’s Reopening Plan Michon Lindstrom May 15, 2020 All four leaders praised the governor on his work to flatten the curve but Republicans say they want… “A Travesty of Democracy” Democrats Cry Foul Over Lack of Questions of Former UI Executive Director Michon Lindstrom Jul 30, 2020 Democrats say they were intentionally blocked from asking fired Office of Unemployment Executive Director… McConnell Touts CARES Act and Faces Protesters Michon Lindstrom Jul 6, 2020 A small group of protesters were at Dare to Care as McConnell came for a visit. Lawmakers Seek to Ban LGBTQ Conversion Therapy on Minors Michon Lindstrom Sep 2, 2020 Two bills have been pre-filed in the legislature and an ordinance has been filed in Louisville. Daniel Kemph Discusses Final Days of Campaign Michon Lindstrom Jun 18, 2020 Kemph is a democrat running for 6th Congressional District. Lawsuits Against Gov. Beshear’s COVID-19 Orders Begin to Mount Michon Lindstrom May 15, 2020 Attorney General Daniel Cameron has began joining lawsuits against Gov. Beshear. Todd McMurtry Discusses Final Push of Campaign Michon Lindstrom Jun 18, 2020 McMurtry is a Republican running for the 4th Congressional District.