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    • "Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Jack Conway said Tuesday he has no regrets about his controversial TV ad that raises questions about the religious beliefs of his Republican rival, Rand Paul. The ad quickly caught the attention of national media and political pundits. Conway faced tough questioning on NBC’s Today Show Tuesday morning and on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews on Monday evening. Meanwhile, an anonymous woman referred to in the ad, which alleged that Paul tied her up when he was at Baylor University and forced her to worship a god called 'Aqua Buddha,' told The Washington Post Tuesday that Conway’s ad is 'over the top' but accurate." [Bluegrass Politics]
    • "Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul continues his lead over Democrat Jack Conway in the U.S. Senate race, according to Rasmussen. The right-leaning pollster gives Paul his smallest lead yet, with 5 points over Conway. But, a poll commissioned by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee gives Conway a two-point lead over Paul. Both polls may be exaggerated slightly, but they indicate that the race is tightening." [WFPL]
    • "Democrat Greg Fischer’s mayoral campaign Tuesday released a series of e-mail exchanges it  had with independent candidate Jackie Green
      last week, just before Green dropped out of the race and endorsed Fischer. The e-mails indicate only that Green was  promised 'significant input' in development of an environmental office for the city if Fischer is  elected, although the independent candidate asked for much more." [Courier-Journal]
    • "Last night, the city council of Jeffersonville, In., became the latest Southern Indiana community to pass a resolution prohibiting the tolling of existing infrastructure as a means to pay for the $4.1 billion Ohio River Bridges Project." [LEO Weekly]
    • "Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson will become a full-time instructor with the title of “executive-in-residence” at Bellarmine University after he leaves office Jan. 2." [Courier-Journal]

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