The Friday before elections and two big stories came out that are very bad for Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell. First is a story of a shipping company owned by the Minority Leader's in-laws. They are being investigate by the Colombian government after 40kg of cocaine was found on one of their ships during a routine inspection. Foremost Group, the company in question, is the source of much of Mitch's wealth. The company is actually based in Liberia to avoid US taxes and labor laws, and has been considered shady for years.
Then we get some news about Mitch's campaign tactics. Last night the Grimes campaign filed for an injunction against McConnell's campaign for what appears to be illegal voter intimidation. The mailer has the words "Election Violation Notice" scrawled across the front of an official looking envelope. The mailer was approved by the Kentucky Republican Party and McConnell campaign, and could very well be a violation of state and federal campaign laws.
Hopefully Kentucky voters will wake up to what appears to be criminal activity by McConnell and his closest inner circle and send him packing on Tuesday.