Kentucky Governor Candidates Detail Differences With News Edge

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin and Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear agree Western Kentucky will be a difference-maker in Tuesday’s statewide election.

Both candidates spoke with the News Edge Monday while on the road prior to the General Election Tuesday.

Governor Matt Bevin says there is a clear choice between him and his opponent.

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Bevin said he is proud to have the support of President Donald Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence.

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Governor Bevin adds western Kentucky will be key to him being re-elected.

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Governor Bevin defeated former Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway four years ago to win the election.Meanwhile, Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear says he is the candidate that is focused on what he called kitchen table talk.

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Beshear adds he wants to reunite Kentucky by focusing on what is good for all of the state.

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When asked about the impact of Western Kentucky, the Attorney General says he thinks the people of Western Kentucky will turn out to support his campaign.

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Western Kentucky voters were key in Beshear’s win over Rocky Adkins in the May Primary Election. Adkins was leading the primary until votes began to come in from the western part of the state.

The News Edge will be on the air Tuesday, November 5, with live election coverage. The News Edge will have teams at Democrat and Republican headquarters in Louisville. We will monitor the nickel tax vote in Christian County, the Kentucky Supreme Court race between Judge Shea Nickell and State Senator Whitney Westerfield and more during live coverage that begins with the 5:00 News Edge with Ann Petrie.

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