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Bevin Says Campaign Will Seek Official Recanvass Of Election Results

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Bevin Says Campaign Will Seek Official Recanvass Of Election Results

Bevin Says Campaign Will Seek Official Recanvass Of Election Results

Governor Matt Bevin just lost the election in Kentucky and is casting doubt on the results.

The unofficial tally shows he was behind Democrat Andy Beshear by over 5,000 votes.

According to Politico, Bevin said his campaign would seek an official recanvass of the results.

He also said they are compiling evidence of “irregularities” in the voting process.

Bevin said Kentucky has a “little bit of history of vote fraud.”

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