It sure looks like I have received some conflicting information and in the interest of being fair I have posted a response from the Richards and Brown campaign. I appreciate the Richards and Brown campaign for responding so quickly.
From the Richards and Brown campaign
The Richards-Brown campaign recognizes that bizarre rumors will fly, especially on the Internet, and especially if you are polling well (as our internal polls show). Normally, the campaign will not respond to rumors surfacing on the Internet, but this one is so outrageous we are making an exception. Certainly, there is no truth to financial problems in the Richards-Brown campaign involving staff or in any other area. Jody and John Y will strive to take the high road as they always have in the past, and hope that silly rumors are kept to a minimum.
The campaign, including fundraising, is extremely strong. Our grassroots and organization is without peer in this race, and we are more confident than ever we will win the primary and the general elections
We currently have four campaign offices, in Frankfort, Bowling Green, Louisville, and Lexington, and each office is fully staffed with outstanding and enthusiastic campaign workers. We did make several staff changes over the past two weeks in our Louisville office. Travis Lowe, the original campaign manager and several out of state staffers he brought with him amicably departed the campaign over the past week and have been replaced by more seasoned Kentucky campaign workers. The campaign appreciates the work all these individuals contributed to the campaign and wishes them well in future campaigns.
The Louisville headquarters will be moving from Hurstbourne road to the more accessible Bardstown road, which will facilitate GOTV efforts. We will be opening up to three additional campaign offices in Western Kentucky in the coming weeks.
Our fundraising is going very well and the campaign is even considering going up on TV before Derby, two weeks earlier than planned.
With the legislative session adjourned, the Richards-Brown campaign is now in overdrive. No campaign has traversed the state more energetically the past two months, and we will continue that pace through May 22.
Several exciting policy proposals will be rolled out next week as well.
Endorsements continue to mount in the Richards-Brown campaign. In fact, we are introducing a Democrats United section on our Web site. The Democratic Party can not remain divided this year, and fortunately the majority of elected Democrats endorsing this election are expected to endorse Jody Richards and John Y Brown III. The Richards-Brown ticket, more than any other ticket, can unify our fractured party and lead the Democratic Party to victory in November.
Please continue reading the many great political blogs in Kentucky, including The Rural Democrat. But don’t leave out the Richards-Brown campaign blog at JodyandJohnY.com. This is the newest feature added to our Web site and will be yet another way Jody and John Y can interact with voters in these final six weeks of the campaign.