Motorists traveling along Lexington’s Avenue of Champions late Tuesday afternoon before the governor’s debate faced a gauntlet of sign waving political supporters. At times, those championing Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear stood side-by-side.
In spite of gathering on the same side of the street, the allegiances for their candidate was clear, including overlapping chants of “four more years” and “vote him out”
Calling herself an accidental activist, teacher Laura Hartke believes Beshear stands out clearly with his support for educators.