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Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin Concedes Race To Democrat Andy Beshear

NPR Thursday, 14 November 2019
More than a week after the election, in which he was 5,000 votes behind, Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin conceded the race to Democrat Andy Beshear, the state attorney general.
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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: β€œI truly wish the...

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