Kentucky's 7th District, covering Union County, and parts of Henderson County and Daviess County, will vote December 10, to replace longtime lawmaker John Arnold. Arnold resigned after sexual harassment claims were made against him.
The two candidates in the race are talking about the issues they'll focus on, and their views reflect a national trend.
"You do the math," said Republican Candidate Suzanne Miles. "280,000 lose their insurance. 7,800 sign up. Those are not good odds for how Obamacare is working out."
"Obviously, job creation is very important," said Democratic Candidate Kim Humphrey. "That's what allows our kids to come back home if they wish to do that, and for those folks that are here to make a good family living."
The special election for House District 7 is December 10. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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