- Common Cause Kentucky is asking the candidates to make an agreement designed to keep outside groups from spending money in the race, as the Senate candidates in Massachusetts did in 2012. Jack Brammer reports for the Lexington Herald-Leader, "If an independent group spends money to advertise on TV, radio, online or print supporting a candidate, that candidate must pay 50 percent of the cost of airing that ad to a charity of the other candidate's choice." Alison Lundergan Grimes's campaign manger said she was willing, but doubted that Mitch McConnell would. "The McConnell campaign appeared unwilling to sign," Brammer reports.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Roundup for Thursday, May 29
Today's non-Obamacare/Kynect news includes: