Listen: Kentucky, Amy Grant, Senate discussed on Washington Today
"Is going on. It's awful. If I was Republican democrat. Thank you for the call from Ohio. You've got a Senate and governor's race in that state next is Robert in Clearfield Kentucky who is your Representative Robert. Andy bore. Also, he's in a tough race against. Amy, Amy McGrath. Yes. So tell us about what that race and what's going to happen. Well. One reason I don't like it is that Amy grant. Two and a half years ago. And she started campaign in like a year and eight months ago. And Andy Barr. He's not doing anything to be voted office. And all. Oh, big Trump supporter. I'm a big Republican supporter. Yeah. I haven't heard one of her issues that matter at all to the regular people of Kentucky. A big state. We grow anything. They just back as they grow things. So I voted painted bore. And everybody's everybody Republican nationally. That I can vote for in local races are different. You gotta go for the person, you know. So I'll have a split vote more. But I just wanted to make that clear, and the people could conduct you know, it. So thank you for your time. Robert, thank you. That's enough Kentucky's sixth congressional district. Edward is joining us in Las Vegas, a state where the Democrats hope to defeat dean Heller other Republican Senator what's going to happen in your state Edward. I think we're gonna flip the Senate and shock twenty sixteen like me, we're going to. Look on a vote. It's gonna be a Blue Wave in Nevada. Thank you. We'll go next to Gilbert in Winchester, Ohio. Good evening Gilbert. Hello. How are you? Fine. Thank you. Good. Good two thousand twelve I voted for Obama two thousand sixteen voted for Trump.."