MOUNT STERLING, Ky. (AP) – Democrat Jack Conway is promising to maintain access to health insurance and improve job training if he’s elected Kentucky’s next governor on Tuesday.
During a campaign stop Saturday in Mount Sterling, Conway also questioned his Republican opponent’s temperament for the job as Kentucky’s chief executive.
Conway said that some of Republican Matt Bevin’s behavior during the campaign signals he would have difficulty working with others in shaping state policy.
Both candidates are crisscrossing the state in the campaign’s final days.
Bevin’s campaign counters that Conway doesn’t have the right values to be governor. The GOP campaign says he’s wrong on fiscal and social principles that matter to Kentuckians.
Conway campaigned Saturday in eastern and central Kentucky. Bevin focused on northern Kentucky, a crucial GOP stronghold.
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