The man in charge of tallying up votes in Fayette County says rumors of voting irregularities or changes to the voter rolls that could have affected the recent election are unfounded and leading to an erosion of trust in the integrity of the electoral process.
Neck-and-neck election returns in Kentucky’s hotly-contested governor’s race made for a tense Tuesday night at both Democratic and Republican headquarters — with Attorney General Andy Beshear eking out a close win and the governor declining to concede.
Republican Governor Matt Bevin and Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear sat down for a feisty hour-long appearance on KET Monday night. The often freewheeling debate saw both candidates sticking close to their respective playbooks – with Bevin adopting a no-holds-barred approach and Beshear highlighting the the governor's temperament – as each questioned the other’s facts and figures.
Governor Matt Bevin and his Democratic rival, Andy Beshear, took the gloves off in their second televised debate – one that saw the Republican incumbent come out swinging on education, abortion, Medicaid, and other hot button issues.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and his Democratic challenger, Attorney General Andy Beshear, squared off in their first official televised debate Thursday. At the hour-long event in Paducah, the pair took aim at one another over who has Kentuckians’ best interests at heart.