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Patrick Crowley, The Kentucky Enquirer

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 2926
4/25/03: Holding schools accountable—the struggle over tests. Cutting state services—the struggle over finances. And crafting a message—the struggle for governor. (#2926)

Program 2952
10/24/03: Fletcher wins the support of developers who want a casino in Northern Kentucky. Chandler wins a lawsuit against legislators who want a pension increase. And families of college students wonder why they can’t win against inflation. (#2952)

Program 3139
7/29/05: A state’s poor children ... The budget surplus—of money or deficits? ... Who is poor; who is not? ... Saving the Fletcher team ... And one judge speaks out, while another judge keeps silent. (#3139)

Program 3420
3/4/08: The governor says the House budget could lead to cuts in services. But, the House budget chair says the governor is fearmongering. The state Senate passes pension reform and a revised, tougher bullying bill. Two democrats who want Mitch McConnell's job debate in Louisville. Lots of slots for Indiana and tolls for bridges across the Ohio. (#3420)

Program 3430
What does Hillary Clinton's big win in Kentucky mean? U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell doesn't wait long before challenging democrat Bruce Lunsford. Two state senators will try to win a seat in Congress. And, the Governor wants legislators to wait before announcing water or sewer projects. Host Ferrell Wellman is joined by political writers from the state's largest papers for some post-contest analysis of Tuesday's primary races. The guests are: Ryan Alessi of the Lexington Herald-Leader, Patrick Crowley of The Kentucky Enquirer and Joe Gerth with The Courier-Journal. (#3430)

Porgram 3439
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell thinks voters are least that's what Democratic challenger Bruce Lunsford says. The Draudmobile hits the auction block. And, is Jerry Abramson out of gas? Mark Hebert, State Capitol reporter for WHAS-TV, Channel 11 in Louisville guest hosts. Guests: Patrick Crowley, political writer for The Kentucky Enquirer; John David Dyche, attorney and political commentator; and Tony McVeigh, Frankfort reporter for Kentucky Public Radio. (#3439)

Program 3501
Scheduled Guests: Pat Crowley, political reporter for the Kentucky Enquirer; Mark Hebert, political reporter for WHAS-TV; and Greg Stotlemyer, political reporter for WTVQ-TV. (#3501)

June 5, 2009
Host: Bill Bryant of WKYT-TV substituting for Ferrell Wellman
Panelists: Crowley, Ellis, Steitzer (#3531)

July 10, 2009
Panelists: Crowley, Steitzer, Warren (#3536)

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