With 53% of registered voters disenfranchised and polling data suggesting growth not vote splitting many Kentuckians feel short changed by both the political and media establishment. "It's a real shame that our public tax resources are being spent on a debate that only includes 2/3rds of the ballot-listed options," said LPKY Chair Ken Moellman. "The old criteria, being ballot-qualified, were reasonable, despite the petitioning requirement itself being unreasonably restrictive. With this new policy, the taxpayers and voters of Kentucky are being downright cheated." KET being a public organization should be beholden to 'we the people' but unfortunately seems preoccupied with stewardship of it's major donors and perpetuating oligarchy in The Commonwealth. If you believe Kentuckians deserve real debates contact KET today and demand fair representation in Kentucky.