On this week's show, Jazmin and Robert speak with Rachel Roberts, the Democratic candidate for the 24th Senate district in Northern Kentucky (Campbell, Bracken, and Pendleton counties). She's a business owner whose won awards for entrepreneurship. We talked to her about why she's running, how Northern Kentucky is changing, and what she's been able to apply from her business experience to her political career.
Before speaking to her, Jazmin and Robert talked about the Occupy ICE protests that have been ongoing in Louisville since July 3rd, and the start of the 2019 gubernatorial race: Andy Beshear has officially announced, and an article about Attica Scott thinking about running was published this week.
Grand Jurors Speak, COVID Keeps Getting Worse, and Rep. Rob Wiederstein Interview
COVID-19 Gets Worse, Sgt. Mattingly Speaks, and Jason Stroude Interview
Attica and Ashanti Scott and KY Legislative Election Preview
Keturah Herron and Kevin Glogower
Grand Jury Updates and Fallout + Interview with Alexandra Owensby
Grand Jury Returns Only One Indictment + Interview With Author Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons
Courtney Preston Kellner and Carmen Jones on Protesting and the Legal System
LMPD Leadership Change, Derby Protests, and interview with Daren Neel
Bankruptcy Law with Ally Holt, COVID-19, and Lots of New Info in the Breonna Taylor Case
Sports And COVID, How to Vote in 2020, Daniel Cameron v. Amy McGrath, BreonnaCon and Interview with Yvette DeLaGuardia
Louisville's Murder Rate, An Election Deal, and Interview with Maria Sorolis
Emilie Blanton Talks Back To School
Cuban Community Protest, Robert E. Lee Statue in Murray, plus Bill Redwine Interview
Protests in NuLu, COVID's impact on everything, and Josh Hicks
The Worst COVID Week Yet, Plus Pam Dossett Interview
Protests in Daniel Cameron's Yard, New Education Commissioner, and Interview with Cherlynn Stevenson
Shameka Parrish-Wright & Ted Shouse on Injustice Square Park and Judicial Reforms
Election Results with Perry Bacon & Interview with Jeff Grammer
The Primary Election Got Weird
Can Mayor Fischer Fire Breonna Taylor's Killers?