On the Trail
11/14/2016 03:21 PM
After losing the state House in a crushing loss on Election Day, Democrats in Kentucky are looking at what went wrong after 95 years on top, and what they can do to rebuild their party. For Democratic consultant and Elizabethtown Independent School Board member Matt Wyatt, Election Day losses are to blame on a rudderless party with absent leadership. “I think that we have a structural problem within our party. We also have a problem with lack of leadership,” Wyatt... Read more
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