My Old Kentucky Podcast
Robert Kahne and Jazmin Smith began hosting My Old Kentucky Podcast in the fall of 2016, and have since released 100 episodes. The show details politics and government in the commonwealth of Kentucky. In summer of 2017, MOKP grew to include a weekly newsletter. Robert and Jazmin are both progressive people, but they strives to give an even handed treatment to all issues. MOKP typically includes a guest appearance, and several of the most important figures in Kentucky have appeared on the show or written for the newsletter. Listen for a new episode released each Wednesday and subscribe to receive the newsletter each Friday!
Robert Kahne is a graduate of the University of Kentucky’s Martin School for Public Policy. He works as a data scientist in Louisville, where he lives with his wife Kelsey, his dog Gertie, and his cat Cookie. In addition to hosting My Old Kentucky Podcast, Robert serves on the board of Highlands Community Ministries, volunteers with the Civic Data Alliance, and attends Highland Baptist Church.
Jazmin Smith is a born and raised Bullitt Countian. She holds a J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law and is now a public defender in Louisville. She is also a member of the Louisville Bar Association. When she’s not in Smoketown recording My Old Kentucky Podcast, you can find her at Yelp Elite events, Rooster’s, and the Louisville Free Public Library.