The problem with both Daniel Mongiardo and Jack Conway is that if either of them wins the primary, he will most certainly lose the Senate race to their Republican opponent in November.
Why? Because they now have so much mud stuck to them, complaints of serious allegations waged at each other, that they are virtually unelectable.
I can win and I'm the only one who can. Why? Because I've run a completely honorable race with not one drop of mud slung — or slung at me.
But I've received little coverage. Is it because I'm the only veteran in the race? The only woman? The only one who has actually stood in the front lines of the war on crime? The only one who has chased murderers, cartel members and homegrown terrorists along our border with Mexico?
I've dealt with virtually every federal agency involved with keeping this country safe. I stood up to corruption within my own department, and officials tried to get me to back down. Instead I testified about it in front of Congress.
I'm running to become Kentucky's first woman senator at a crucial time in our state's — and our nation's — history. Decisions being made will affect us for the next 50 years.
I'm asking Kentuckians to give me a chance that money can't buy.
Vote for someone who is not beholden to any special interest other than the people. If you are tired of the same old, corporate-owned, professional politician, then Price is right for U.S. Senate.