Best Kentucky Senate Race Coverage

I'm in Kentucky for a few days and trying to speak with as many politicos as possible. Not surprisingly, the Jack Conway-Rand Paul Senate race is the big deal here. (All anyone is talking about is 'Aqua Buddha' and the subsequent fallout.) One tip to pass along: a number of Kentuckians have mentioned to me that the best source for local coverage is a new website (and local cable channel) called CN|2 Politics, which is essentially a local version of Politico run by a young guy named Ryan Alessi, who was the politics writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader. For my money, it's terrific and a great resource for political junkies nationwide. Lot's of stories, polls, and video--unfortunately not embeddable actually much of it IS embeddable, but here's a screen shot from the current Aqua Buddha story:

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Joshua Green is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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