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League of Women Voters announces four candidate debates

Hear from the candidates in these four debates, plus check out Vote411.org

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Via press release from LWV-KY

The League of Women Voters of Kentucky is announcing candidate debates for governor and secretary of state for the fall 2023 elections. Local Leagues are co-sponsoring these events on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Kentucky. Details of the four events follow.

Beshear-Cameron Debate #1

Governor Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron will participate in a debate hosted by NKU on Monday, October 16, 2023, 7 - 8 pm (EDT).

This debate is sponsored by WCPO 9, LINK NKY, the League of Women Voters of Kentucky, and the Northern Kentucky Forum. Additional media partners include LEX18 in Lexington, WDRB in Louisville, WPSD Local 6 in Paducah, and WNKY News 40 in Bowling Green. Due to limited seating, the studio audience for this debate is by invitation only. There will be no public admission. However, the debate will be broadcast live by the media partners and streamed on their digital platforms.

Adams-Wheatley Debate

Secretary of State Michael Adams and former Representative Buddy Wheatley will participate in a debate hosted by LWV Louisville on Thursday, October 19 at 1 pm (EDT). This debate can be viewed live at https://www.wlky.com/.

This debate is co-sponsored by WLKY-TV and the League of Women Voters of Louisville.

Beshear-Cameron Debate #2

Governor Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron will participate in a debate hosted by LWV of Louisville on Saturday, October 21 at 8:00 pm (EDT). This debate can be viewed live https://www.wlky.com/.

This debate is co-sponsored by WLKY-TV and the League of Women Voters of Louisville.

Beshear-Cameron Debate #3

Governor Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron will participate in a debate supported by LWV of Lexington on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:00 pm (EDT). The debate is hosted by WKYT. This debate can be viewed live at https://www.wkyt.com/


Each of these events will be videotaped and available for viewing on the media websites and at LWVKY.org after they have been aired.

In addition to these debates, the League of Women Voters of Louisville is hosting forums for local candidates. For details go to lwvlouisvilleky.org.

“Candidate Forums offer voters a valuable opportunity to learn how candidates plan to handle the job they seek,” said Kentucky League President Jennifer A. Jackson. “As voters, it is important to remember that running for public office is really a job interview process; voters are tasked to evaluate the qualifications and the ideas the candidates bring to the table for that specific job. Candidate forums and our nonpartisan Vote411.org voter guide are key resources to learn about candidates when trying to make those decisions. We appreciate each candidate’s open and honest participation, as it helps Kentucky’s voters make informed choices.”

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