BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) - Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear has
begun his final push for votes with a fly-around that will take him
to cities across the state leading up to Tuesday's general
Beshear, seeking re-election to a second term, made his first
stop in Bowling Green, hometown of Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul
who has campaigned on behalf of GOP gubernatorial hopeful David
The governor, speaking to about 150 supporters, predicted "one
of the biggest victories this state has ever seen."
Polls show Beshear with a huge lead over Williams and another
challenger, Lexington attorney Gatewood Galbraith, who is running
as an independent.
Williams continued his bus tour on Friday and will be doing his
own election eve fly-around on Monday. Galbraith spent Friday
campaigning in central Kentucky.
(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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