Kentucky Secretary of State and Democratic candidate for United States Senator Alison Lundergan Grimes will be in Bellevue on Monday, joined by Michigan Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow.
The field in the Covington City Commission race dropped from sixteen to fifteen on Tuesday as candidate Greg Paeth withdrew.
Former Northern Kentucky Congressman Geoff Davis has endorsed Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann in his bid to be the next Judge-Executive.
Editor's note: This article originally ran on January 29 but has been updated with information on candidate Donald Nageleisen.
The ballot positions for Dayton City Council and Campbell County races for the May 20 primary election were determined on Thursday.
The sixteen candidates running for Covington City Commission, three for Independence Mayor, and the various candidates for Kenton County-wide races learned their position on the May primary ballot.
A new poll out Wednesday shows that Kentucky voters support an increase in the minimum wage and that race for US Senate is a toss-up between Republican Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan
A huge field for Dayton City Council includes five incumbents and eleven challengers.
Incumbent Mayor Kenneth Rankle will face City Councilman Virgil Boruske in November.
Greg Paeth will make another run for the Covington City Commission after finishing fifth in the 2012 campaign, a spot short of landing a seat.
Warner Allen, who first ran for Covington City Commission in 2006, is one of sixteen candidates to file for the 2014 race.
Sixteen candidates will run for Covington City Commission in 2014, including all four incumbents.
Covington City Commissioner Chuck Eilerman announced that he will file for reelection Monday.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes spoke to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce at the Metropolitan Club in Covington on Friday.