By Jacqueline Pitts, The Bottom Line
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Ahead of the 2019 general elections, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin will sit down with Jacqueline Pitts, managing editor of The Bottom Line, to discuss his re-election race and key issues that will take center stage during the campaign.
Both Bevin and his Democratic opponent, Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear, were invited to participate in a governor’s race forum at the Kentucky Chamber Business Summit and Annual Meeting in July. Beshear declined the invitation and the forum was shifted to a one-on-one discussion with Bevin.
The Kentucky Chamber’s 2019 Business Summit and Annual Meeting, presented by Bingham Greenebaum Doll, will be held July 11-12 in Louisville. The discussion between Bevin and Pitts will take place on the morning of July 12.
Now in its 14th year, the Business Summit and Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for business leaders throughout the commonwealth to discuss the issues related to the local, national and international economies. The Kentucky Chamber’s signature event has consistently brought renowned journalists, political analysts and speakers to the Business Summit with the intent to enhance the conversations had during the two-day think tank.
Make sure to register for the Kentucky Chamber’s 2019 Business Summit and Annual Meeting. See the full agenda for this year’s event here.
Bevin will speak on many issues important to the Kentucky Chamber. To see stances taken by the candidates in the primary election, view the Republican Voter’s Guide and the Democratic Voter’s Guide (Beshear did not return the candidate survey for the Voter’s Guide but his public stances on issues are included).