|The Breaks is commonly known as the "Grand Canyon of the South"
|The organized in the early 21st century as a non-profit to gain structure for their community and increase awareness of Native Americans in Kentucky
|Kentucky adopted the system of in most public spheres after the Civil War
|Kentucky was originally styled as the "State of Kentucky" in the act admitting it to the union since that is how it was referred to in Kentucky's first constitution
From 1964 through 2004, Kentucky voted for the eventual winner of the election for President of the United States; however, in the the state lost its status.2
|Key attractions include with events like and the Fall and Spring Meets, distillery tours and natural attractions such as the state's many lakes and parks to include , and
|The other three states officially called "commonwealths" are , , and
|The track hosts multiple events throughout the year and is a significant draw to the city of Louisville
|There are 173 school districts and 1,233 public schools in Kentucky
The commonwealth's chief prosecutor, law enforcement officer, and law officer is the Attorney General, currently Republican.