As Election Day draws near, candidates find there literally are not enough hours in the day to meet voters. After dark Sunday, Alison Lundergan Grimes’ campaign was still on the trail holding a rally in Hardin County.
According to the candidates for Kentucky’s 25th District state representative race, the face of campaigns has changed with the emergence of 527, or Super PAC, money in state legislative races and it might not be for the better.
After earning the fourth and final spots in the qualifying semifinal round, the marching bands from North Hardin and John Hardin high schools hoped to impress the judges anew in the finals Saturday night in Richmond.
With just hours until the election, local candidates are clearing the coffers to get their name “out there” on the air and radio waves, in the newspaper and on signs, but some candidates had more money to spend than others.