A dozen lessons learned from Northern Kentucky politics in 2012
12/24/2012 08:42 AM
This year in Northern Kentucky politics was marked by a changing of the guard in the region’s congressional representation.
Democrats didn’t have a banner year at the ballot box in Northern Kentucky, except for incumbent Democratic lawmakers, that is.
And Northern Kentuckians learned something major about a proposed bridge.
Here are six lessons learned (and a bonus one) from 2012 in Northern Kentucky politics:
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