Democratic Senate candidate Amy McGrath clearly hasn’t convinced enough Kentucky progressives she’s earned a coronation in 2020 ahead of challenging Republican Mitch McConnell. “McGrath has a ton of money to get her message out, and it’s not a message resonating with people,” said Cassia Herron, chairwoman of Kentuckians for The Commonwealth, a left-leaning grassroots group. McGrath is still the front-runner with more than $10 million and backing from such party bigwigs as U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, the New York Democrat and Senate minority leader.
To primary or not to primary? Why Kentucky liberals split on challenging Amy McGrath
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