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KY-Gov: James Carville Helps A.G. Andy Beshear (D) Take Down Failed Governor Matt Bevin (R)

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Received this e-mail today from the Ragin’ Cajun, James Carville, in support of Attorney General Andy Beshear’s (D. KY) gubernatorial campaign:

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Hey there —

If you know me, you know I love Kentucky bourbon. You should also know I don’t like Kentucky’s governor — not one bit!

Matt Bevin is just another failed Republican governor trying to cover up his poor record with insults and smear campaigns.

Let me tell you why Andy Beshear is going to beat him in November. He’s hardworking, he’s tough, and we can trust him to fight for Kentuckians. Every. Day. It’s what he’s done as attorney general, and it’s what he’ll do as governor.

Andy’s got a real good chance, but this race isn’t going to be easy. Matt Bevin has deep pockets and committed special interest buddies who are willing to back him, even though he’s the most unpopular governor in America. But luckily, Andy has us. Will you pitch in today to help Andy keep fighting until Election Day?

Andy’s always stood up for Kentucky, and he’s got what it takes to move the Commonwealth forward. He has a record of fighting for teachers, and he’ll defend access to affordable health care, protect pensions, and invest in Kentucky’s workforce. He’ll be a governor for Kentucky families, not mega-donors and out-of-state CEOs.

Friend, it ain’t rocket science: We need Bevin out. And if we all pull together, Andy can win. Can I count on you to join the fight?

James Carville

Click here to donate to Beshear’s campaign.

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