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Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin concedes to Dem Andy Beshear in reelection bid

FOXNews.com Thursday, 14 November 2019
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin conceded in his reelection bid against Democrat Andy Beshear on Thursday afternoon, over a week after the initial vote results were too close to call.
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News video: Republican Matt Bevin Admits Defeat Against Andy Beshear

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Republican Kentucky governor Matt Bevin was supported by President Donald Trump. Although he lost against Democrat Andy Beshear in a tight race he didn’t admit defeat. According to Reuters, Bevin is now finally conceding his loss and said he will no longer contest it. He said: “I truly wish the...

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