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Kentucky Governor Could Challenge Election Before State Legislature

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Trailing Andy Beshear by about 5,000 votes, Gov. Matt Bevin is calling for a recanvass of ballots next week. A showdown between lawmakers could follow.
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Gov. Matt Bevin should know as well as anyone what his options are in trying to overturn Tuesday's .036% loss to Andy Beshear in the Kentucky governor's election.

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