Republicans slam Beshear at candidate forum

There was one person on everyone’s mind Friday night at the Republican Party’s Kentucky State Convention, where six Kentucky Republican gubernatorial candidates made their case for the party’s nomination.

Gov. Andy Beshear, and who has the best chance to defeat him in the 2023 gubernatorial election, was the evening’s central question.

The annual event, hosted for the first time by the Republican Women of South Central Kentucky at Sloan Convention Center, featured jewelry and clothing booths and copious American flag paraphernalia.

After a rendition of “God Bless America,” U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie of Bowling Green and Doug Gorman, the event moderator and Warren County candidate for judge-executive, made opening remarks to set the tone for the evening. They spoke about the need for the Republican Party to win a majority in both houses of Congress in the upcoming elections and the need to stay united as a party after primary elections to defeat their common enemy, Beshear.
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