Bill and his guests discuss the 2016 primary election results and how they may influence the general election campaign. Scheduled guests: John Heyrman, political science professor at Berea College; Scott Lasley, political science professor at Western Kentucky University; Nancy Cade, history and political science professor at the University of Pikeville; and Michael Hail, government professor at Morehead State University.
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Host Bill Bryant and a panel of Journalists discuss the primary election results and other news from around the commonwealth. Fuests: Bill Estep from the Lexington Herald-Leader; Nick Storm from cn|2; and Deborah Yetter from the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw provide comprehensive statewide coverage of the 2016 primary election returns in Kentucky.
Bill and his guests discuss the 2016 election. Guests: Jennifer Moore, founder of Emerge Kentucky and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; Steve Robertson, former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Colmon Elridge, former senior adviser to former Gov. Steve Beshear and a past executive vice president of the Young Democrats of America; and Iris Wilbur, Republican political operative who served as political director for Sen. Mitch McConnell's 2014 re-election campaign.
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Host Bill Bryant and a panel of journalists discuss the week's news, including the latest happenings on the campaign trail in advance of next Tuesday's elections. Scheduled guests: John Cheves of the Lexington Herald-Leader; Joe Gerth of the Louisville Courier-Journal; and Michael Gossum of WBKO-TV in Bowling Green.
A discussion with 2016 Democratic primary candidates for the U.S. Senate. Candidates: Jim Gray, Rory Houlihan, Jeff Kender, Ron Leach, Tom Recktenwald, and Sellus Wilder.
A discussion of the 2016 Republican primary race for U.S. Senate. Scheduled candidate: James R. Gould.
A discussion with 2016 Republican primary candidates in the 1st Congressional District. Scheduled candidates: Jason Batts, James R. Comer, and Mike Pape.