This October, KET’s Kentucky Tonight will host candidates vying for election in all six of the state’s Congressional districts.
Hosted by Renee Shaw, Kentucky Tonight programs with candidates air Mondays at 8/7 pm on KET, beginning Oct. 15. The programs will also stream live at KET.org/live and will be archived online. The scheduled candidates are:
1st Congressional District Candidate
-Paul Walker, Democrat-Murray
2nd Congressional District Candidate
-Hank Linderman, Democrat-Falls of Rough
3rd Congressional District Candidate
-Vickie Yates Glisson, Republican-Louisville
4th Congressional District Candidate
-Seth Hall, Democrat-La Grange
5th Congressional District Candidate
-Kenneth S. Stepp, Democrat-Manchester
6th Congressional District Candidates
-Congressman Andy Barr, Republican–Lexington
-Frank Harris, Libertarian–Lexington
-Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Amy McGrath, Democrat–Georgetown
Candidates appearing on these programs have demonstrated satisfaction of KET’s candidate invitation criteria, published at KET.org/candidate-invitation-criteria.
Viewers with questions for the candidates may send an email to email@example.com or use the message form at KET.org/kytonight. Viewers may also submit questions and comments on Twitter at @KyTonightKET or during the program via Facebook Live at Facebook.com/KET or by phone at 1-800-494-7605. All messages should include the sender’s first and last name and hometown town or county.
KET will offer live election night coverage on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Prior to that, additional election coverage and analysis continues each Friday evening at 8/7 pm on KET’s Comment on Kentucky, hosted by Bill Bryant.
Kentucky Tonight is a KET production, produced by Erin Lowry Wickey.
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