Jeremy Porter, a nonprofit director from Lexington, expressed frustration on Monday of him and others representing the Poor People's Campaign for the group's access into the Kentucky State Capitol building being limited to two people at a time.
The Rev. Kent H. Gilbert, pastor of Berea’s Union Church, tried to get protesters with the Poor People’s Campaign on Wednesday, June 13, 2018, into the Kentucky Capitol but was told by police that only two could enter at a time.
Lexington mayoral candidate Linda Gorton was the top vote-getter in Tuesday’s primary. Gorton told supporters who celebrated with her at the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation that she was surprised by the outcome.
David Ermold and his partner were denied a marriage license by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in 2015. Now he's seeking the Democratic nomination for county clerk so he can challenge Davis in Kentucky's November general election.