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Kentucky Opinion Spotlight

POLL: Do You Agree With How The Congressional Delegation In Kentucky Is Governing?

(The Center Square) - All six members of Kentucky’s congressional delegation will return to Washington as voters overwhelmingly backed their representatives in the House. As of 10 pm est, the New York Times reported at least 61 percent of the unofficial vote has been counted in each district. The smallest margin in those races, which the Times had all called earlier in the evening, was U.S. Rep. Andy Barr’s 16.4% lead over Democrat Josh Hicks in the Sixth District, which includes Lexington and surrounding counties.

POLL: Do You Think Hendon Hooker Rebounded From His Last Week Performance Against Wake Forest?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Hendon Hooker was perfect from the air and ran for three scores to lead Virginia Tech to a 42-35 victory over Louisville Saturday. After throwing three interceptions in a 23-16 loss to Wake Forest last week, the junior quarterback rebounded by going 10-of-10 for 183 yards passing. That supplemented a rushing attack that garnered 283 yards for the Hokies (4-2, 4-2 Atlantic Coast Conference). He contributed 68 of those yards on the ground.
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POLL: Do You Think Pirate'S Punch Will Win?

(Twin Spires / Coady Photography) Nestled five miles from Churchill Downs, trainer Grant Forster is eagerly preparing for the biggest race of his career at Trackside Louisville where Gulliver Racing, Craig Drager and Dan Legan’s five-time winner Pirate’s Punch will tackle a likely full field of competitors in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (Grade I) on Nov. 7 at Keeneland.

POLL: Will You Vote Early?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Louisville Urban League has partnered with several local and national organizations to encourage Kentuckians to make their voices heard during the general election. The group held a caravan ending at one of Louisville's four early polling places on the first day of voting, offering food and...

POLL: Would You Try This Tequila?

The Ultra-Premium Tequila Builds on Herradura's Legacy of Category Innovation. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 13, 2020 /CNW/ -- Tequila Herradura is expanding its ultra-premium portfolio with the launch of Tequila Herradura Legend, a first-of-its-kind Añejo tequila that showcases Herradura's sophistication in tequila production and barrel making. The ultra-premium tequila will be a permanent expression in the portfolio, available in select U.S. markets in October.

POLL: Do You Agree With The Decisions In The Taylor Case?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Faith leaders providing sanctuary for protesters under Louisville's citywide curfew, which lifted on Monday, say they're being targeted by law enforcement. A legal loophole protects an individual from being in public after curfew if they are traveling to or from a place of worship. Reverend Ryan Eller,...

POLL: Do You Listen To Bryson Tiller?

Bryson Tiller is gearing up to release his highly-anticipated junior project on Friday, but that’s not the only thing on his mind. His hometown, Louisville, Kentucky, in the center of an ugly, unjust scandal for Breonna Taylor’s execution. The father of two has been emotionally impacted by the case just like everyone else.

POLL: Are You A Fan Of Horse Racing?

The UofL Equine Industry Program, with the support of Horse Racing Nation, is proud to present a three-part fall speaker series that focuses on current issues in the horse racing industry. This free event series will bring experts to a LIVE, fun and engaging platform to educate our students, alumni,...

POLL: Do You Think Pitt Will Make The Acc Championship This Season?

Defense and Pitt football seem like a perfect match but that hasn’t always been the case under Patt Narduzzi. But, he made a change in 2018 and the Pitt defense has been one of the best in the ACC over the last two years. Randy Bates brought a more aggressive approach to the defense and he’s been fortunate to have a handful of talented players that fit the scheme perfectly.
Kentucky Opinion Spotlight

POLL: Should Ginsburg Replacement Be Picked After The 2020 Elections?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- U.S. Senate candidate Amy McGrath said she vehemently opposes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan to hold pre-election confirmation hearings to replace the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “Total BS,” McGrath said. McGrath, a former U.S. Marine and fighter pilot hopes to unseat...

POLL: Do You Think Nonconference Bubbles Are A Good Idea?

Louisville is planning a nonconference bubble between Nov. 25 and Dec. 5, coach Chris Mack tweeted on Friday. According to Mack's tweet, the Cardinals are looking for eight to 12 teams to play three to five games during that time span. The teams would stay for free at a local hotel, sources told ESPN, while testing costs would be split evenly among the teams participating.

POLL: Do You Agree More Funding Should Go To Cancer Reasearch?

Cancer remains one of the most difficult and deadly challenges in human health, affecting Kentuckians at a higher rate than residents of any other state and killing more than 600,000 people each year in the U.S. alone. In recent decades, therapies that engage the immune system to treat cancer have given hope to millions of cancer patients.

POLL: Do You Think There Should Be More Labor Unions In The U.S.?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — U.S. Congressman John Yarmuth (D-Louisville), the Kentucky Equal Justice Center, Kentucky’s AFL-CIO, Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, and Kentuckians working or who have lost jobs due to the pandemic joined in for a virtual town hall. The topic was about the need for government and companies to step-up to support and protect workers during this abnormal time.