Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway, right, listened as Republican candidate Matt Bevin responded to a question during the League of Women Voters debate on Sunday in Richmond. The candidates engaged in their final debate on Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight.
Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway, right, listened as Republican candidate Matt Bevin responded to a question during the League of Women Voters debate on Sunday in Richmond. The candidates engaged in their final debate on Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight. Associated Press
Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway, right, listened as Republican candidate Matt Bevin responded to a question during the League of Women Voters debate on Sunday in Richmond. The candidates engaged in their final debate on Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight. Associated Press

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