24 Hours to Change Kentucky

New TV Ad Features Blueprint for Change Reviews

Don't Overlook the Firefighters Endorsement

DVD House Parties

Now 'til November - Bruce is Dems' Best Hope

Picture A Kentucky Winner

Democrat for Change

Blueprint Feedback

Warming Up to West Louisville

Behind the Blueprint

Carroll: Bruce is Dems’ Best Hope for November

It's Barbecue Season in Kentucky

North Star: Lunsford Takes Campaign Home

A Full Plate at the Bluegrass BBQ

Separation of Bruce and the Slates

Painting the town Blue on St. Patrick's

Standing Out in a Crowd

Cards, Campaign Ad Both Break Quickly

Hoops Heaven – Let’s Get it Started

Busy Weekend for the Campaign for Change

Bruce and Hoops

Hundreds Flock to Frankfort

Lunsford-Stumbo Ready to "Get It Started"

Getting it Done in Prestonsburg

Web Site Launch Sparks Campaign

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24 Hours to Change Kentucky

In less than 24 hours, voters across Kentucky have the opportunity to bring real change to Kentucky by voting for Bruce Lunsford and Greg Stumbo in the Democratic Primary for Governor and Lt. Governor.

As the race roars down the stretch, Bruce and Greg have reached out to thousands of voters in dozens of locations around Kentucky, talking about his Blueprint for Change, the plan to put Kentucky back in business.

Since the start of the campaign, Bruce and Greg have reached out...

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Posted by: on 05/21/2007 at 10:00 a.m.

New TV Ad Features Blueprint for Change Reviews

The latest TV ad from the Lunsford-Stumbo campaign highlights the positive reviews the Blueprint for Change has received from newspapers across the Commonwealth.
It’s another sign, with just one week to go before the Democratic primary, that the Blueprint is connecting with voters who want real change and real leadership.

To see the ad, go to this LINK.

Newspapers across the Commonwealth are reporting that the Blueprint, the centerpiece of the Bruce Lunsford-Greg Stumbo ticket in the campaign for Kentucky governor, is “comprehensive,” “refreshing” and...

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Posted by: on 05/15/2007 at 10:00 p.m.

Don't Overlook the Firefighters Endorsement

When the firefighters union announced its endorsement of the Lunsford-Stumbo ticket in the governor's race on Monday, it marked a significant sign of momentum for the campaign. 

Support from working families is strong and growing, as voters are responding to the Lunsford-Stumbo message of real change and real leadership. It shows in the polls and in the many appearances on the campaign trail, where Democrats have responded in big numbers and come out to meet Bruce and Greg to talk about the issues.

If you were...

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Posted by: on 05/08/2007 at 1:00 p.m.

DVD House Parties

On Tuesday evening, May 8, a lot of folks all across Kentucky will be getting ready to watch a movie called "Democrat for Change."  They'll be attending DVD House Parties for the Lunsford-Stumbo Campaign for Change.

From the Democratic headquarters in Marshall County to the most popular nightspot in Henderson, from a home in West Louisville to a CPA office in Morganfield, the statewide DVD House Parties will focus attention on the upcoming election, which will be just two weeks away.


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Posted by: on 05/04/2007 at 3:00 p.m.

Now 'til November - Bruce is Dems' Best Hope

The noise in the Governor's Race this week is all about fund-raising totals, because reports were due to the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance on Wednesday.

The story the numbers expose is the reality that Bruce can compete with the Republicans from now 'til November.

The Campaign for Change reported an impressive $720,000 in donations from nearly 1,000 contributors. More importantly, it shows that Bruce is poised for a strong stretch run and has the resources to beat the Republicans in November.

When Ernie Fletcher began airing...

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Posted by: on 04/26/2007 at 11:00 a.m.

Picture A Kentucky Winner

The results of our online photo contest are in, and you can see a sample of the great photos the campaign received on our photo blog page.

About a month ago, we asked campaign supporters to send in scenic photos from across