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Sat November 10, 2012
KY General Assembly Post-Williams, and Judd for U.S. Senate?
The 2012 general election is history, and it will soon be time to gavel the Kentucky General Assembly to order. Kentucky Public Radio Frankfort Bureau Chief Kenny Colston appeared on Byline Friday to talk about the new legislature, including a Kentucky Senate with no David Williams.
In addition, rumors began spreading like wildfire this week that Kentucky native and actress Ashley Judd might run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Republican leader Mitch McConnell, who will seek re-election for a sixth term in 2014. Colston discusses what he is hearing from insiders about the credibility and feasibility of such a campaign.