2019 Kentucky Governor's race

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Combative to the end, Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and Democratic challenger Andy Beshear highlighted their long-running campaign themes Tuesday night in their final debate before their election showdown in Kentucky.

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This week on Capitol Chat WUKY's Alan Lytle and Laura Cullen Glasscock, editor and publisher of the Kentucky Gazette talk about what to expect when Republican Governor Matt Bevin and Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear face each other on KET's Kentucky Tonight with Renee Shaw, a program you can hear at 8 p.m. on WUKY.  We'll also have instant analysis and insights immediately following the debate.


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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has laid out his top priorities if Kentucky voters give him a second term in next month's election.

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Democrat Andy Beshear offered a vigorous defense of Kentucky's Medicaid expansion, warning Monday that health care policy is at stake when voters choose between him and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.

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Candidates for Lieutenant Governor will go head to head tonight on statewide TV as Republican Ralph Alvarado and Democrat Jacqueline Coleman appear on KET’s Kentucky Tonight with Renee Shaw.  There are now less than 3 weeks remaining until election day and the latest independent poll shows a neck and neck race, so what, if anything, can each respective candidate do to “move the needle” in their party’s direction?  This week on Capitol Chat we’re putting that question to Laura Cullen Glasscock; editor and publisher of the Kentucky Gazette in Frankfort.


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Bevin versus Beshear may be at the top of the card this November but there are compelling and important office matchups further down the ballot, and while Mitch McConnell's name doesn't appear anywhere, Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock says his fingerprints are definitely all over it. She  discusses the rest of the field with WUKY's Alan Lytle. 


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A Kentucky school teacher who moonlights as an Uber driver to make ends meet is being featured in a political ad sharply critical of Gov. Matt Bevin and supportive of his opponent in the gubernatorial race, Democrat Andy Beshear.

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Voters go to the polls early next month and many groups in addition to the candidates themselves are spending big to influence your decision.  This week on Capitol Chat Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock talks with WUKY's Alan Lytle about who is spending what and where.


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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin pressed to move the impeachment inquiry in Washington to the forefront of his own tough reelection campaign in Kentucky on Friday, unabashedly lashing his political future to President Donald Trump.

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Kentucky's Republican governor has run into turbulence over his use of taxpayer-owned aircraft, creating another distraction for a reelection campaign already dogged by feuds with teachers, struggles over state pensions and a legal fight with his lieutenant governor.

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