Along with seats within the state House of Representatives and half their state Senate up for re-election, Kentucky Democrats are hoping to drive a revolution of opposition to Gov. Matt Bevin plus the unpopular pension bill that passed this present year into Frankfort.
But flipping control over either state legislative chamber will be a longshot on Election Day in a situation that has been increasingly Republican in modern times and where in fact the GOP enjoy supermajorities both in your house and Senate.
Nevertheless, Democrats stand to get a couple of seats on Nov. 6, particularly in residential district areas near Louisville where President Donald Trump is unpopular and pouches of Eastern Kentucky where thereвЂ™s opposition to BevinвЂ™s retirement policies and Democratic enrollment is nevertheless deep. Continue reading