Posts Tagged:Kentucky

RunSwitch PR & Harper Polling Release August Kentucky Politics & Issues Survey Results

This week RunSwitch PR and Harper Polling conducted a politics and issues survey among 500 registered voters in the state of Kentucky, ahead of the Fancy Farm political picnic. This week RunSwitch PR and Harper Polling are releasing the political questions and will release the cultural questions next week. The State of the Races U.S. Senate Ballot As we…

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2016 Fancy Farm Preview

This column appeared in the July 28, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Scott Jennings is emcee for this year’s Fancy Farm picnic. It’s that time of the year when the commonwealth’s politicos, journalists, and barbecue lovers prepare to trek down to the Jackson Purchase region of Western Kentucky for the annual Fancy Farm picnic, which takes…

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RunSwitch PR To Host Media Filing Center At Annual Fancy Farm Picnic

RunSwitch PR To Host Media Filing Center At Annual Fancy Farm Picnic New features: Snapchat filters and a Twitter message board for the public (Fancy Farm, KY)- RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest public relations and public affairs firm, will host the official media filing center at the 2016 St. Jerome’s Fancy Farm Picnic.  This is the…

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Liberal Thought Police Descend on Area Man

This column appeared in the July 19, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings Here lies Doug Cobb’s reputation. He had the audacity to express an opinion unpopular with the enlightened, liberal intelligentsia. I don’t know Doug Cobb, where he lives or even what he does for a living these days. All I know…

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Ali’s Death Sparks Question: Who else has been “most famous” Kentuckian?

This column appeared in the June 28, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings With the world’s eyes on Louisville for the funeral of Muhammad Ali, many called the champion boxer the most famous person in the world, at least for a portion of his life. Measuring fame is tricky, but there is widespread…

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