Wow, way to go Kentucky!
Democrats did their job -- giving a clear victory to progressive Steve Beshear over regressive McConnell/Fletcher/DLC/Doug Schoen friend Brian Lundsford:
Miscellaneous others got the rest of the votes.
And Republican voters did what they do best -- choosing the most corrupt of their choices:
The vaunted McConnell "machine" could only scrape 36.5 percent against an indicted, unpopular governor? Hilarious! Now he'll likely face retaliation from the state's Fletcher Republicans during his own re-election battle.
As for Fletcher, Republican Anne Northup has already told us how Beshear is going to win that race:
Not to get complacent, but if Kentucky Democrats put in the effort, it won't even be close.
Update: More bad news for Republicans --
348,759 Democrats cast votes in the Democratic primary.
202,131 Republicans cast votes in theirs, despite being a higher-profile race.
So which side is energized, and which side is phoning it in?
Update: SouthSideDem checks out what the freepers are saying.