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McConnell said he's "sorry Matt came up short." He says the re-canvass is unlikely to change the election results.
Matt Bevin has requested a recanvass of election results.
London and Laurel County Tourism posted on Facebook Friday, to announce a rally and fish fry with Vice President Mike Pence.
Democrat Andy Beshear has picked up an endorsement from a Republican against Gov. Matt Bevin in the GOP primary.
Many believe the race for the Governor's mansion between Governor Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear will catch national attention.
Kentucky gubernatorial candidates reached out to voters in a televised debate Tuesday and staked out their abortion-rights credentials.
Campaign-finance reports show Adam Edelen has raised more than $2.3 million since entering the Democratic primary for Kentucky governor, boosted by a more than $1.4 million loan from his running mate.
Democrat running for governor in Ky wants to make widespread changes
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says she has decided against running for governor.
Beshear is the second Democrat to file for governor.
William E. Woods has announced he is running for governor of Kentucky.
Democrat Andy Beshear says he has raised more than $1.16 million for his campaign for governor.
Two prominent Kentucky Democrats' appearance at Fancy Farm has increased speculation about the 2019 governor's race.
Kentucky's two major party candidates for governor are not taking a day off for Independence Day.
Kentucky Republican gubernatorial nominee Matt Bevin's choice for president in 2004 was a third-party candidate who defended the Confederate flag and was supported by a racist group.
James Comer to ask for review of vote numbers in tight Republican governor primary in Kentucky
Kentucky's four Republican candidates for governor will meet on statewide television one week before the May 19 primary.
The Republican primary for governor is getting messy. Two of the four candidates on Monday had pies thrown in their faces to raise awareness for Read On, a northern Kentucky based charity that helps children read at grade level.
A group of pastors endorsed Republican Hal Heiner in the 2015 governor's race.
Former state Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott says he's running for governor of Kentucky.
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