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Jack Conway congratulates next Governor of KY - Matt Bevin

FRANKFORT, Ky. (November 3, 2015) – Tonight, Attorney General Jack Conway issued the following statement: "I called Matt Bevin to congratulate him. While the outcome of this election is obviously disappointing, I was honored by the support I received from so many Kentuckians who shared my commitment to the issues that matter to hardworking families.

"I ran for governor because I believed in fighting for the values and the interests of Kentucky’s working families, and it’s been an honor to serve as a strong voice for so many in this election. I also want to thank the people of Kentucky for allowing me the tremendous honor of serving as the 49th Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Whether in public or private life, I look forward to always working to improve our Commonwealth."




This story was posted on 2015-11-04 03:10:24
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