With more than a year before the next elections, new political action committee has formed to help Republicans gain control of the Kentucky state House.
The PAC—Pro-Jobs, Pro-Kentucky—was formed earlier this month by Scott Jennings, a longtime Kentucky GOP political operative and Mike Adams, a former political director for the Republican Governor's Association.
Pro-Jobs, Pro-Kentucky's goal is to support state legislative candidates who support economic growth in the Commonwealth, according to fillings with the Internal Revenue Service. The PAC also filed with the Federal Election Commission to be able to raise money.
In a statement, Jennings said unhappiness with Frankfort led to the creation of the PAC.