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Fancy Farm coverage from KET

August 6, 2010

Below is a look at coverage of this year’s Fancy Farm picnic from KET.

Here’s an overview from KET’s Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw of what’s coming –

• The Preview: Ferrell Wellman will host Comment on Kentucky live from Fancy Farm to preview the fall election with a panel of journalists. • Friday, Aug. 6 at 8/7 p.m. CT on KET

• The Main Event: KET will present Fancy Farm 2010: Pork, Pie and Politics, live for 2 1/2 hours on KET and online at KET Live Webcast. Among the political observers joining KET’s Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw will be former Sen. Wendell Ford. • Saturday, Aug. 7 at 2:30/1:30 p.m. CT on KET

• The Highlights: KET’s Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw will introduce excerpts from the speeches and give a little of the flavor that makes Fancy Farm unique in a one-hour version of Fancy Farm 2010: Pork, Pie and Politics. • Monday, Aug. 9 at 8/7/ p.m. CT on KET

Here’s the lineup for the political speeches. Speaking first in this order will be Gov. Steve Beshear, Democrat; Sen. Mitch McConnell, Republican; Lt. Gov. Dan Mongiardo, Democrat; and Secretary of State Trey Grayson, Republican.

A coin flip by the emcee, the Rev. Jeff Hoover of Jamestown, will determine the order of speakers in each of the following races.

  • U.S. Senate candidates
    Jack Conway, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate
    Rand Paul, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate
  • 1st District U.S. House of Representatives candidates
    incumbent U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield, Republican
    Charles Hatchett, Democrat
  • 1st District Kentucky Senate
    State Sen. Ken Winters, Republican
  • 2nd District Kentucky House of Representatives
    incumbent State Rep. Fred Nesler, Democrat (unopposed)
  • 2nd District Kentucky Senate candidates
    Mike East, Republican
    Rex Smith, Democrat
  • 1st District Kentucky House of Representatives candidates
    incumbent State Rep. Steven Rudy, Republican
    Mike Lawrence, Democrat
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