John Yarmuth

The congresswoman told reporters that she wants to see every Republican who opposes impeachment to "go on the record" with a formal vote.
Boosting turnout in Kentucky's blue cities may be Democrats' only chance to unseat the unpopular Senate leader.
The New York lawmaker apparently tried to mock a member of her own party as one of the GOP's "older male members."
They didn't, really. House leaders had already set the spending plan in motion.
More growing pains for the new House majority.
Democratic lawmakers from rural areas called President Trump’s first budget “ignorant” and “devastating” to farmers and rural America.
Democratic lawmakers from rural areas called President Trump’s first budget “ignorant” and “devastating” to farmers and rural America.
Democrats explained all the ways Donald Trump frightens them. It's a long list.
Kentucky Congressman John Yarmuth Speaks with HuffPost's Ryan Grim and Laura Barron-Lopez about the Affordable Care Act.
Kentucky Congressman John Yarmuth discusses his greatest worries under the Trump administration.
Reps. Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) and John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) offered up the simplest, brutal takedown of the Obamacare repeal, and explained why it would be so hard.
Reps. Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) and John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) offered up the simplest, brutal takedown of the Obamacare repeal, and explained why it would be so hard.
Once I was in the gallery of the House Chamber, I was overwhelmed with the history of this place and space. During this powerful moment, I had an epiphany about the people before us who had gone through the difficulties and hardships in this land of America.
If any doubt remains that Speaker Boehner's invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to address Congress on March 3 represents a coordinated attack on President Obama by the right-wing noise machine, let Israel's consul general in Philadelphia, Yaron Sideman, put it to rest.
Mitch McConnell has done his share of bipartisan deals in the Senate, but almost always on his own terms and almost always after he helped create the crisis that he then takes credit for ending. Now he must keep the peace among potential Republican presidential candidates in the Senate, pacify the tea party wing while showing that the GOP is “ready to govern,” deal with the hapless Republican leadership in the House, and even reach out to President Barack Obama, who has reason to be wary. McConnell has the skill to bridge divides within the GOP in the Senate, and maybe in Congress as a whole. That will be his first challenge. Whether he can speak to the whole country and try to bring Americans together -- and whether he wants to -- will become clear in the months ahead.
Below, a liveblog of more election news: Yarmuth was first elected to Congress in 2007, after previously working as a newspaper
Over the years, it has been sickening to watch politicians, coal company hacks and sycophantic journalists defer judgment and split hairs over the connections between massive mountaintop removal operations and public health hazards in the same way black lung disease for coal miners had been denied for decades.
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“They’re showing how much fear they have about this race because our airwaves are already crammed with negative ads," Yarmuth