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Fancy Farm 2019 Speeches

Our Fancy Farm 2019 coverage began with KET’s Comment on Kentucky, broadcast live from Graves County, Ky., Friday, Aug. 2.

On Saturday, Aug. 3, live coverage of the political event, including candidate speeches, began at 2:30 p.m. (ET) on KET. Speeches are presented below.

Emcee Bill Goodman, executive director of the Kentucky Humanities Council and former KET public affairs host

Gov. Matt Bevin (R)

Atty. Gen. Andy Beshear (D), Candidate for Governor

Ky. State Sen. Ralph Alvarado (R-28th District), Candidate for Lt. Governor

Jacqueline Coleman (D), Candidate for Lt. Governor

Daniel Cameron (R), Candidate for Attorney General

Former Atty. Gen. and State Rep. Greg Stumbo (D), Candidate for Attorney General

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

U.S. Rep. James Comer (R-KY, 1st District)

Mike Adams (R), Candidate for Secretary of State

Heather French Henry (D), Candidate for Secretary of State

Auditor Mike Harmon (R)

Sheri Donahue (D), Candidate for Auditor

Treasurer Allison Ball (R)

Michael Bowman (D), Candidate for Treasurer

Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles (R)

Robert Conway (D), Candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture

Ky. State Sen. Stan Humphries (R-1st District)

Ky. State Rep. Richard Heath (R-2nd District)

Court of Appeals Judge Christopher Shea Nickell, candidate for Kentucky Supreme Court

State Sen. Whitney Westerfield, candidate for Kentucky Supreme Court