Bevin, Beshear making final push before elections on Tuesday

Posted at 12:58 AM, Nov 03, 2019

(LEX 18) — Both candidates for governor are making their final push before elections on Tuesday and making several stops across the Commonwealth.

LEX18 caught up with Attorney General Andy Beshear during his stop in Mount Sterling. He was joined by several other candidates running on the democratic ticket, including his running mate Jacqueline Coleman, attorney general candidate Greg Stumbo, secretary of state candidate Heather French Henry, as well as Congressman Rocky Atkins.

Beshear stressed to the crowd that a vote for him is a vote for change.

“Our people know that life is harder under Matt Bevin. We can’t survive another four years, and they are going to show up to make sure we don’t have to," Beshear said.

Bevin was also rallying across the Commonwealth and LEX 18 joined him during his final stop of the evening in Winchester. He spoke alongside his running mate Ralph Alvarado, attorney general candidate Daniel Cameron, secretary of state candidate Michael Adams, and several other local candidates.

Bevin said he feels confident going into Tuesday’s election.

“We are going to win, it’s just a function of by how much, that’s what it really boils down to, and it’s a function of people coming out," said Bevin. "If people vote their values, the values that Kentucky and this Nation were built on, we are going to win by a landslide.”

President Donald Trump will visit Lexington on Monday, Nov. 4.