Commonwealth Policy Center

Kentuckians will go to the polls tomorrow to elect a governor. The race between Andy Beshear and Daniel Cameron is close. For the first time ever in a governor’s election, there are more Republicans than Democrats in Kentucky. Political professionals are saying the race will be decided by voter turnout. There’s a clear difference between the candidates. Andy Beshear is known as caring, but his policy positions on gender ideology and abortion are extreme left. Republican candidate Daniel Cameron has campaigned to keep boys out of girls bathrooms and off of girls sports teams. A real contrast. If you don’t know where to vote, you can ask your county clerk’s office. For resources about the election, including a voter guide, you can go to Please remember to vote your values and trust God with the results.