Join us election night with results; watch online too!
The issues that matter to you are on KET election night, when Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw provide comprehensive coverage of Kentucky election returns. Election 2014 airs Tuesday Nov. 4 beginning at 7/6 pm and is scheduled to conclude at 11/10 pm. Watch the program streamed live online at KET.org/election.
Our hosts, of course, will provide the latest in the nationally watched race for Kentucky’s open U.S. Senate seat between incumbent Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes, currently Kentucky’s secretary of state.
In the studio on election night, with commentary on this and the races for U.S. representative, and Kentucky Senate and House seats, are political observers Ellen Williams, former chair of the Republican Party of Kentucky; Jennifer Moore, founder of Emerge Kentucky and former chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party; and Al Cross, director of UK’s Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues and formerly of The Courier-Journal.
Right now, watch Grimes’ and McConnell’s joint appearance, where they discuss the campaign and issues in the race on the Oct. 13 edition of Kentucky Tonight:
Other Kentucky Tonight programs feature U.S. House of Representatives, 6th Congressional District candidate Elisabeth Jensen, Democratic Party; Rep. Andy Barr, Republican Party; U.S. House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional District with Rep. John Yarmuth, Democratic Party; Michael Macfarlane, Republican Party; and U.S. House of Representatives, 2nd Congressional District with Ron Leach, Democratic Party candidate. (U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie, Republican Party was invited but did not participate in this program.)
KET’s election resources page has archived video of all of our interview programs featuring candidates for these races. Additionally, you can find video of candidate appearances on One to One with Bill Goodman on the One to One site.
In addition to the election night broadcast on KET, you can follow the action via KET’s public affairs Twitter account, @kytonight.