HENDERSON, Ky. (WFIE) - Kentucky Governor candidate Andy Beshear is spending his final hours in Western Kentucky ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
14 News caught up with him as The Gathering Place in Henderson Monday morning.
Beshear went around talking to people, reminding them to vote in tomorrow’s primary. And, he talked about his focus on health care and fighting the opioid epidemic.
“Campaigns are tests of integrity. I know our campaign has passed it by remaining positive and talking about what we’re gonna do. I’m confident we can run a transparent, honest and ethical state government and all you have to do is look at how I’ve conducted myself in the last four years,” said Andy Beshear.
Beshear says he’ll be taking his kids with him to vote Tuesday, showing them how important it is to vote in every election.
He is one of four Democrats running to challenge Republican Governor Matt Bevin, who is expected to overcome a primary challenge from three other Republicans.