Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes refused to answer whether she voted for Barack Obama not one, not two, but four times during an interview Thursday.
"I respect the sanctity of the ballot box, and I know the members of this editorial board do as well," Grimes said.
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"So you're not going to answer?" the interviewer asked.
"Again, I don't think that the president is on the ballot, as much as Mitch McConnell might want him to be," Grimes said. "It's my name, and it's going to be me who's holding him accountable for the failed decisions and votes that he has made against the people of Kentucky."
Grimes has repeatedly refused to answer questions about her voting record and has made efforts to distance herself from President Obama.
Grimes acknowledged that she was a delegate for Hillary Clinton in 2008 and that she is a "Clinton Democrat, through and through."
"You know, this election isn't about the president," Grimes said. "It's about making sure we put Kentuckians back to work."
Grimes staffers recently revealed that she is lying about her support for the coal industry in Kentucky, while one donor said she was going to "fuck" the coal industry.