Two weeks until Election Day and Kentucky's hotly-contested U.S. Senate seat appears to remain up for grabs.
Mitch McConnell re-took the lead in the latest Bluegrass Poll released Monday evening. The incumbent Republican Senator edged his Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes by one point, 44-43 percent. It marks a turnaround from the previous Bluegrass Poll which showed Grimes with a slight advantage.
Both leads fell within the poll's margin of error.
Meantime, another poll released Monday by WKU's Social Science Research Center found McConnell leading the race by five points over Grimes. That survey was take between Oct. 6 and Monday and surveyed 601 likely Kentucky voters.
A new poll shows nearly two-thirds of Kentuckians approve of Governor Steve Beshear’s job performance. Sixty-four percent of respondents say they either strongly approve or somewhat approve of the job Governor Beshear is doing, with 28% strongly or somewhat strongly disapproving.