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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

Congressman Andy Barr was all smiles after regaining his seat as a United States Representative for Kentuckys 6th congressional district on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 in Lexington, Ky. photo by Addison Coffey | Staff

Andy Barr wins 6th District Congressional race

Emily Cole and Sara Nederhoed November 8, 2016

Republican Andy Barr was re-elected for his third term as state representative for Kentucky’s 6th Congressional District.Barr was initially elected to the House of Representatives in 2012 and sought...

Projections from multiple media outlets: AP, CNN

General election news, result updates

News staff November 8, 2016

Donald Trump has claimed the state of Kentucky according to projections from multiple media outlets including AP and CNN.As of 7:30 p.m. CNN had Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton 64 percent to 31 percent,...

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Kemper brings progressive ideals to the Commonwealth

October 24, 2016

From the pews to hopes of representing the sixth district, Nancy Jo Kemper is no stranger to reaching across the aisle for what she believes in. Kemper is a Lexington native, a self proclaimed lifelong...

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A Washington, D.C. outsider

By the editorial board October 23, 2016

With no political experience and a background in the church, Nancy Jo Kemper is an unprecedented candidate for the Commonwealth.Kemper is a minister turned democrat looking to represent the sixth congressional...

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses a crowd at Transylvania University on May 16, 2016. On the eve of the Kentucky Democratic primary in 2008, Clinton spoke to a crowd at Transylvania University.

Clinton leads Sanders in a narrow Kentucky Democratic primary

News Staff May 17, 2016

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton led Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in Kentucky's Democratic Primary Tuesday evening. The Associated Press said the race was "too close to call." The race was close...

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