The River City News proudly presents a new column, Ken Rechtin: Another Voice.
(With sincere apologies to Billy Shakespeare)
On Election Day in Northern Kentucky, nearly 4,500 young people voted in a mock election at a Kids Voting booth next to their parents. The results? Pretty much the same as the adults.
The Republican victory in the battle to control the Senate elevates Kentucky’s senior Senator, Mitch McConnell to the position of Majority Leader, a very big deal.
It was a wild night in Northern Kentucky as voters hit the polls, choosing change in some cases and picking the same in others. Highlights:
Tuesday's election brought with it sweeping change in the River City Metro.
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Months of debates, forums, phone calls, passing out stickers, shaking hands at festivals, political ads on TV... it all ends today.
Election Day has arrived.
Boy, what I wouldn't do for a little premature Christmas music to pop on the jukebox right about now.
Election Day is upon us and the key battleground in Northern Kentucky in this cycle is Campbell County.
The race for US Senator returns to Northern Kentucky one more time before Election Day on Tuesday.