Monday is the last full day on the campaign trail for the republican candidates for governor.
Front runner David Williams plans to travel the state by plane with stops in Bowling Green, Hazard, Lexington, Louisville, Owensboro and Paducah.
Louisville businessman Phil Moffett's plans include driving to Paducah for a Tea Party rally.
Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw will spend her day concentrating on her political base in Louisville.
Meanwhile, a national political group says Kentucky's race for governor will be one of its main focuses.
In November, Gov. Beshear will face the winner of Tuesday's republican primary.
The head of the democratic governor's association says the group will be active in the race, though he wouldn't reveal to the Courier-Journal how much the group plans to spend in Kentucky.
The group views Kentucky as priority because of the limited number of gubernatorial elections this year.
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