For Republican Matt Bevin, the man who has been Kentucky governor for roughly a month, besides spending whatever political capital he has to repay the extremist religious right, he is facing a petition for impeachment.
Upon Matt Bevin's primary loss, Tea Party Patriots' Jenny Beth Martin put out a Kentucky Senate press statement that refers to Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes as "Alison Graves". They also failed to endorse Mitch McConnell.
Signaling that they think Kentucky is winnable, Democrats are making President Bill Clinton's first 2014 stop to campaign for Alison Lundergan Grimes.
A new Lake Research Partners poll of Kentucky found Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes tied with Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell at 37% as McConnell job approval numbers hit new low.
New polls released in Kentucky, Nevada, and California show that Democrats are making a big comeback in each state, and the tide may be turning against the GOP. In Kentucky Rand Paul has blown a 15 point lead in less than a month. In Nevada, Harry Reid is up by 5 points on Sharron Angle, and in California the Democrats in both the gubernatorial and the Senate races now lead.