Politics & Government

October 21, 2013 6:29 PM

Republicans pick Michael Johnson as nominee in special Senate election; Moloney to run as independent

FRANKFORT — Two more candidates joined the fray Monday to succeed Lexington Democrat Kathy Stein in the Kentucky Senate, setting the field for what promises to be an intense battle for votes in the Dec. 10 special election.

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