On the Trail
Leading lobbyist Bob Babbage says that Democrats have work cut out in trying to recapture governor's office in 2019
01/10/2017 01:01 PM
ERLANGER – If Kentucky Democrats want to have a shot in the 2019 gubernatorial election to unseat Republican Gov. Matt Bevin, they better start getting a consensus on candidates as early as this year. That’s the advice from former state auditor, secretary of state, and current leading lobbyist Bob Babbage, who admits that, in all likelihood, it will be a tall order for whoever challenges Bevin, if the governor seeks reelection as expected. Babbage, who was attending a Northern Kentucky Chamber of... Read more
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