Senator Clinton Expected To Visit Kentucky

Days after her husband bill campaigned in Kentucky, Hillary Clinton is coming to the Bluegrass State herself.

Clinton's Kentucky campaign manager confirms the Democratic presidential hopeful will be in Kentucky this weekend.

There's been no official schedule released by the Clinton camp, but Madisonville residents are preparing for a visit.

Senator Clinton is also expected in New Albany, Indiana across the Ohio River from Louisville.


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  • by J Location: KY on Mar 28, 2008 at 05:37 PM
    Looks like the only choice we have is to vote for the "lesser evil". Obama is just now showing his true colors, that being a politician to the core. His "followers" are so adamant about defending his association with Wright and other shortcomings that they fail to see the bigger picture. That being the damage that will be done if he IS nominated and the full out explosion that will happen if he is NOT. It will be bad either way now that the race card is being played. Hillary is not much better choice given the lies and half-truths. McCain will keep us at war until our grandchildren are old and grey. So what choices do we really have? I agree that maybe we should have the option to vote for None of the Above..
  • by Sure Location: KY on Mar 28, 2008 at 05:27 PM
    So Obama is the voice for ordinary Americans huh? Which ones would that be? The "typical" ones that he mentioned in his speech? I don't think so..no more than he is the voice of "change". He is the same as the rest of the politicians and is proving it daily. He won't be the breath of fresh air we need...none of them will be...so sad, but true...I say it is a shame we can't vote "none of the above" and have something new to choose from, because as it stands now...we have no choice!!
  • by James Location: Salyersville on Mar 28, 2008 at 10:36 AM
    Hillary Clinton is too far back in delegates to make an impact...it's not my choice, but that's the way it is.... Barack Obama won't show respect to the American Flag and his wife is very open with her hatred of the USA, but for most people, it seems that doesn't matter...makes one really wonder how strong the fabric that holds our country together really is. With John McCain being compared to President Bush..(too many are angry with the present administration)...Barack will do much damage to the republicans. It's my opinion we are for in hard times we have never experience before
  • by Tim Location: Eastern,Ky. on Mar 27, 2008 at 08:49 PM
    Mr.Muncy I GUESS YOU WANT ANOTHER 100 YEARS OF WAR. THAT IS WHAT YOU WILL GET WITH MCCAIN.LET US THINK BACK WHEN BILL WAS IN THERE,WE DIDN'T HAVE TO PAY 3.00 A GAL.FOR GAS.THE ECONOMY WAS BOOMING.WE WASN'T IN WAR.EVERYONE THAT WANTED TO WORK HAD A JOB.LET'S ALL VOTE HILLARY.
  • by pete Location: harlan on Mar 27, 2008 at 04:24 PM
    j.a. muncy, i guess your money was on bush in 2004 as well. and now since you got your way, your money can be about $4.00 a gallon at the pumps, oh and lets not forget about that war over the oil, that he can't finish.
  • by Ray Location: Whitesburg on Mar 27, 2008 at 02:45 PM
    I made a mistake voting for Beshear, but I sure won't make the same mistake voting for this broad. I'm going with Barack Obama because he is a voice for ordinary Americans, not the elites like the Bushes and Clintons.
  • by James A. Muncy, Jr. Location: INEZ, KY on Mar 27, 2008 at 11:58 AM
    Who cares if Sen. Clinton or Pres. Clinton visits Kentucky they have not helped us and are not going too. My Money is on Sen. McCain to be the next president. Vote for McCian....
  • by wolf Location: buffalo on Mar 27, 2008 at 09:28 AM
    Please do not forget, that the Clintons gave us NAFTA.

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