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  • Controversial blogger Mark Nickolas explains why he's returning to Kentucky politics

    Mark Nickolas, who ran a controversial political blog called BluegrassReport.org in Kentucky a decade ago, explains why he is returning to Kentucky politics as the campaign manager for Amy McGrath, a Democrat who is expected to soon announce her run for Central Kentucky's 6th Congressional District.

Controversial blogger Mark Nickolas explains why he's returning to Kentucky politics

Mark Nickolas, who ran a controversial political blog called BluegrassReport.org in Kentucky a decade ago, explains why he is returning to Kentucky politics as the campaign manager for Amy McGrath, a Democrat who is expected to soon announce her run for Central Kentucky's 6th Congressional District.
Jessee Lynch jlynch@herald-leader.com