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Kevin Schultz

Kevin Schultz, Digital Projects Manager

Kevin Schultz is a senior with a double major in journalism and English at NKU where he has covered everything from administration and student government to the environment and diversity. He is the former Editor-in-Chief of The Northerner and currently presides as president of NKU’s Society of Professional Journalists chapter and is a member of Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society, Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Association’s Honor Society and the university's Honors Program.

Kevin has interned at Cincinnati Magazine and was previously an ASME intern at Scientific American Magazine and a Scripps Howard Foundation Intern at the Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement.

In his free time, Kevin enjoys running, reading, drinking large amounts of coffee and spending time with his dog Roscoe.

Follow him on Twitter @KevinEdSchultz.

 

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Hilary Clinton discusses how Alison Lundergan Grimes will change the political face of Kentucky. Clinton joined Grimes' campaign rally on Saturday at The Bank of Kentucky Center.

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November 1, 2014
Alison Lundergan Grimes smiles at the standing ovation she is receiving. Grimes made a campaign stop at The Bank of Kentucky Center Saturday in a last push for votes in the upcoming election.

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November 1, 2014
Gov. Steve Beshear welcomes Alison Lundergan Grimes to the stage. Beshear took part in Grimes' rally today at The Bank of Kentucky Center.

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November 1, 2014
Kentucky Representative Arnold Simpson takes the stage. He was the first of many speakers at the event and referenced the

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November 1, 2014
Hillary Clinton speaks about Mitch McConnell's time in Kentucky's senate seat. She pointed out reasons why she believes it's time for change.

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November 1, 2014
Hillary Clinton speaks to a crowd in NKU's Bank of Kentucky Center. Clinton smiled as she mentioned her new grandchild.

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November 1, 2014
Audience members wave signs in support. About 1,400 people gathered in NKU's Bank of Kentucky Center Saturday morning to show support for Kentucky Democratic senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes.

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November 1, 2014
Alison Grimes discusses Mitch McConnell's experience as a longstanding Kentucky senator. She said he longer represents Kentuckians the way they deserve and that it's time for change.

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November 1, 2014
Alison Lundergan Grimes takes the mic. Grimes discussed her running platform based on the creation of jobs, support for the Brent Spence Bridge, representation in Washington, support of affordable healthcare and initiatives for equal pay for women.

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November 1, 2014
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear introduces Grimes. Beshear discussed reasons for his support for Grimes before bringing her on stage to speak to the crowd.

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November 1, 2014
Former Kentucky Governor Martha Layne Collins takes the stage. Collins spoke about the specific significance of this particular senate race.

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November 1, 2014
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway speaks to the crowd. Conway asked each member of the audience to get 10 people to vote for Grimes as a call-to-action from today's event.

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November 1, 2014
A woman waves a homemade sign at today's event. Women's issues were a topic highlighted in multiple of today's speeches.

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November 1, 2014
The stage is set at The Bank of Kentucky Center. An audience waited for Alison Lundergan Grimes and other speakers.

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November 1, 2014
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