Need a Job and Love the Environment?

Kentuckians for the Commonwealth is hiring 14 electoral organizers to work (for folks who want to work 20 to 40 hours per week) for 11 weeks across the commonwealth building long-term power and relationships leading up to election day.

Organizers will recruit and train volunteers, manage canvassing programs and develop phone banks throughout the fall.

KFTC is seeking applicants to work in the following locations: Louisville, Lexington, Morehead, Madison County, Pike County, Perry County, Floyd County, Letcher County, Knott County, Harlan and Warren Counties.

For more information or to apply, please visit KFTC’s website. Great compensation for those struggling with the current jobs market.

Watch Comment on Kentucky Tonight!

Don’t forget our favorite newsie-politico-dork show on KET tonight! Comment on Kentucky airs at 8:00 P.M. Eastern. If you can’t watch it live, make sure you check out the excellent archive on KET’s website.

Mark Hebert will be substituting as host for Ferrell Wellman this week and next so the show should be extra hilarious.

Tonight’s Comment on Kentucky guests are:

  • Ryan Alessi, Herald-Leader
  • Stephenie Steitzer, Courier-Journal
  • Roger Alford, Associated Press

Alessi and Steitzer. This will make for an awesome panel.

Page One & ‘Ville Voice on TeeVee

The teevee. Us. We’re on it. We talk about stuff. Sometimes it’s fancy, sometimes it’s not.

How will you ever find out if you don’t watch?

Guess Rick should have read Page One before he hit the airwaves so he could discuss Anne Northup’s decision to praise Felner.

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Page One & ‘Ville Voice on TeeVee

We’re on Thursday because tomorrow is the 4th of July. Who knew? Anyway, the show is a little more exciting than last week (because some folks were afraid to talk about anything, you know, exciting) and the UofL-Felner story finally hit the airwaves. So watch it. Cause you never know what kind of scandalous dirt we’ll dig up.

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