governor http://weku.fm en KDP, Williams Launch War of Words http://weku.fm/post/kdp-williams-launch-war-words <p>A day before the May 17 primary, the Kentucky Democratic Party and Republican gubernatorial candidate David Williams are trading barbs in a likely preview of the general election. Williams is the favorite in the race against Louisville businessman Phil Moffett and Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw. Hoping to clip his turnout, the KDP launched a 30-second <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0GqpKdhK_o&amp;feature=player_embedded">YouTube video</a> slamming the state Senate president for refusing to release his tax returns, suggesting he has something to hide. Mon, 16 May 2011 19:56:52 +0000 3878 at http://weku.fm Sales Tax Talk in Primary http://weku.fm/post/sales-tax-talk-primary <p>Most politicians steer clear from discussions about &lsquo;taxes.&rsquo; That&rsquo;s particularly the case if the talk is about a new tax or a tax increase.&nbsp; Still, ongoing concerns over Kentucky&rsquo;s budget have some candidates in Tuesday&rsquo;s primary talking about potential reforms. Mon, 16 May 2011 04:01:00 +0000 Stu Johnson, WEKU 3657 at http://weku.fm Sales Tax Talk in Primary Lt. Governors: Are They Expendable? http://weku.fm/post/lt-governors-are-they-expendable <p>Imagine a job where the only function is taking-over if the boss quits, is fired, gets sick or even worse.&nbsp; That pretty much describes Kentucky&rsquo;s lieutenant governor.&nbsp; Four people, one Democrat and three Republicans, are campaigning for that job.&nbsp; And, as WEKU&rsquo;s Charles Compton reports, their duties, will in large part, depend on who&rsquo;s elected governor&hellip;</p><p> Fri, 13 May 2011 11:59:00 +0000 Charles Compton, WEKU 3335 at http://weku.fm