Former President Bill Clinton will campaign Monday in Louisville for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jack Conway — making his second trip to the state this month to stump for the attorney general.Jack Brammer has more information about the rally:
Former state Democratic Party Chairman Jerry Lundergan, a close associate of Clinton, said the time and location of his visit are still being decided.
“He's pretty much in demand everywhere,” Lundergan said. “We're just happy to be able to get him back into Kentucky.”
Clinton attended a rally for Conway, who is running against Republican eye surgeon Rand Paul, earlier this month at the University of Kentucky.
Former President Bill Clinton is expected to be in Louisville Monday night on the eve of the Nov. 2 election to campaign for Kentucky Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Jack Conway.
“That’s what I understand,” Conway told reporters Thursday after a rally at state Democratic Party headquarters. “I’m getting the data like you all are getting it. I understand that he’s trying to visit five states and I understand that he’s coming to see us Monday evening.”
Asked if Clinton will be able to make it to Pikeville before the Louisville trip, Conway said, “I don’t know yet. I know his schedule is tight.”