In an election that saw Kenton and Campbell counties go for the Democratic nominee for governor, results from Kids Voting also shows that young people in the region also backed Andy Beshear over Re
Governor Matt Bevin officially asked for a recanvass of Tuesday's election results, which showed him trailing his Democratic opponent, Attorney General Andy Beshear, by 5,189 votes.
*Beshear (D) appears to win governor's race narrowly, unseating Bevin (R), but Bevin says he won't concede yet
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andy Beshear appeared in Covington and Newport on Friday.
Daniel Cameron (Republican):
The nonpartisan effort to get more Northern Kentuckians to the polls on Nov. 5 has created tools to help encourage and inform voters as Election Day looms.
Matt Bevin has been great for NKY on a number of fronts. As a successful CEO, he is the ideal person to represent our state to other CEOs thinking about growing or moving their businesses.
The following op-ed is written by Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore, Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery, and Kenton County Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
Governor Matt Bevin's reelection campaign arrived in Florence on Thursday with an assist from the Trump Administration.
In their fifth and final debate of the 2019 gubernatorial election cycle, Republican incumbent Matt Bevin and his Democratic opponent, Attorney General Andy Beshear addressed the long-proposed Bren
Republican Governor Matt Bevin and his Democratic opponent, Attorney General Andy Beshear, will debate at Northern Kentucky University on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and others announced Tuesday a new public engagement effort to drive more Northern Kentuckians to the polls on November 5 when the state elects a governor
Kids of any age are invited to accompany legal voters to the polls on Tuesday, November 5, as Kentucky selects its governor and other statewide offices.
The special election for House District 63 in Northern Kentucky is now ready with both parties nominating their respective candidates.
Kimberly Banta was nominated by Republicans in Kenton and Boone counties to run in the special election for state representative in district 63.