KET presented statewide election returns and comprehensive analysis on Election 2011: The Vote, which aired Tuesday, Nov. 8. Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw were joined in the studio by political observers Al Cross of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues at the University of Kentucky, Courier-Journal political columnist and author John David Dyche, and former state Democratic Party chair Jennifer Moore.
Watch Online—Election 2011: The Vote
Candidates on Kentucky Tonight
KET's Kentucky Tonight hosted a series of programs with the candidates for state constitutional office, from Sept. 6 through Oct. 31. All candidates in these races whose names will appear on the ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 8 were invited to participate. See below for archived video of the broadcasts.
- Candidates for Governor
Aired live on Oct. 31 (extended to 90 minutes)
Invited candidates: Steven L. Beshear, Democratic Party; Gatewood Galbraith, Independent; and David L. Williams, Republican Party.
- Candidates for Lieutenant Governor
Aired live on Oct. 24
Candidates: Jerry E. Abramson, Democratic Party; Richie Farmer, Republican Party; and Dea Riley, Independent.
- Candidates for Attorney General
aired live on Oct. 17
Candidates: Jack Conway, Democratic Party, and Todd P'Pool, Republican Party.
- Candidates for Auditor of Public Accounts
aired live on Oct. 10
Candidates: Adam H. Edelen, Democratic Party, and John T. Kemper III, Republican Party.
- Candidates for Governor on the Topic of Education
aired live on Sept. 26
Candidates: Gatewood Galbraith, Independent; and David L. Williams, Republican Party. Note: Gov. Steven L. Beshear, Democrat, was invited but declined to participate.
- Candidates for Secretary of State
aired live on Sept. 19
Candidates: Alison Lundergan Grimes, Democratic Party, and Bill Johnson, Republican Party.
- Candidates for State Treasurer
aired live on Sept. 12
Candidates: K.C. Crosbie, Republican Party; L.J. "Todd" Hollenbach, Democratic Party; and Kenneth C. Moellman Jr., Libertarian Party.
- Candidates for Commissioner of Agriculture
aired live on Sept. 5
Candidates: James R. Comer, Republican Party, and Robert "Bob" Farmer, Democratic Party.
Fancy Farm Videos
Did you miss a Fancy Farm speech? Want to watch it all again? Check out KET's Fancy Farm archive, which includes a video of the entire event, plus videos of every individual's speech. This archive will be up all election season.
Primary 2011 Coverage