Renee Shaw and political operatives dissect the results of the November election and look ahead to the 2021 General Assembly, where Republicans will hold supermajorities in the House and Senate. Guests: David Tandy, attorney and former Louisville Metro Council President; Amy Wickliffe, lobbyist and partner at McCarthy Strategic Solutions; Ellen Williams, political consultant and former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; and Sherman Brown, political advisor and partner at McCarthy Strategic Solutions.
Host Renee Shaw provides live coverage and analysis of election night results with a panel of expert political commentators. Watch now.
KET presents candidate speeches from Nov. 3, 2020, after Kentuckians went to the polls to vote in the general election.
Renee Shaw hosts a 2020 Election eve preview with guests Cassie Chambers Armstrong, vice-chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Julia Bright Crigler, Republican political consultant and founder of Bright Strategies; Sara Osborne, chief of staff for MML&K Government Solutions; and Ellen Williams, former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky and lobbyist.
Bill Bryant and journalists discuss political happenings as campaigns wind down in advance of the Nov. 3 election, a continuing rise in COVID-19 cases in Kentucky, and other news. Guests: Phillip Bailey, USA Today; Daniel Desrochers, Lexington Herald-Leader; and Morgan Watkins, Louisville Courier Journal.
Political operatives Colmon Elridge, a Democrat, and Tres Watson, a Republican, discuss the presidential contest as well as Kentucky's U.S. Senate and 6th Congressional District races.
Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news from the commonwealth, including a surge in COVID-19 cases and the latest updates on campaigns for the Nov. 3 general election. Guests: John Cheves, Lexington Herald-Leader; Tessa Duvall, Louisville Courier Journal; and Lawrence Smith, WDRB in Louisville.
Renee Shaw and four legislators discuss Kentucky's upcoming 2020 general election. Guests: Senate President Robert Stivers, a Republican from Manchester; House Speaker David Osborne, a Republican from Prospect; House Minority Whip Angie Hatton, a Democrat from Whitesburg; and Senate Minority Leader Morgan McGarvey, a Democrat from Louisville.