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Daniel Cameron, supporters rally in Morgantown

Lt. Gov. nominee Robbie Mills, State Rep. Rebecca Raymer, GOP Republican gubernatorial nominee Daniel Cameron and State Sen. Steve Meredith

"You and I together have the opportunity to course-correct, to get this commonwealth headed in the right direction. That starts November 7th with retiring Andy Beshear."  --Attorney General Daniel Cameron, GOP candidate for governor.


Dozens of local supporters turned out in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Daniel Cameron at a campaign stop in Butler County on Friday, September 8.  The event, held at The Jaymes Davis on Logansport Road, featured Cameron, his running mate for lieutenant governor, Robbie Mills, as well as State Representative Rebecca Rayme and State Senator Steve Meredith, both of whom represent Butler County in the Kentucky General Assembly.  Several local officials, including Judge/Executive Tim Flener, Morgantown Mayor Billy Phelps, and Commonwealth Attorney Blake Chambers, among others, were also in attendance.  

The event kicked off with local party leader Osei Thomas introducing State Representative Rebecca Raymer, who delivered an impassioned speech emphasizing the importance of the upcoming election. Raymer also celebrated the achievements of the Republican supermajority, highlighting the party's success in advancing conservative principles in Kentucky.

Senator Steve Meredith took the stage next, addressing the critical issue of redistricting. He then introduced Robbie Mills, who is running as the lieutenant governor nominee on the Cameron ticket. Mills spoke about the goals of the Cameron campaign and the importance of combating what he referred to as the "liberal elite values of Washington." 

Daniel Cameron began his remarks by acknowledging the large number of people in attendance from Butler County and expressed his commitment to representing the values of the people of Kentucky. 

He emphasized the need to retire the incumbent Governor Andy Beshear.

"You and I together have the opportunity to course-correct, to get this commonwealth headed in the right direction," said Cameron.  "That starts November 7th with retiring Andy Beshear."

Cameron addressed a range of crucial issues during his speech:

1. Crime Rate: He pledged to prioritize public safety and work towards reducing the crime rate in Kentucky.

2. State Law Enforcement during COVID: Cameron criticized the deployment of state law enforcement to churches during the pandemic, emphasizing the importance of protecting religious freedom.

3. The War on Coal: He voiced support for the coal industry and its workers, vowing to fight for their interests.

4. Inflation: Cameron acknowledged the pressing issue of inflation and discussed plans to address it effectively.

5. Women's Sports: He reiterated his stance on protecting the integrity of women's sports.

6. Pro-Life Policies: Cameron highlighted his commitment to pro-life policies and protecting the rights of the unborn.

7. Eliminating Income Tax: He unveiled his plan to eliminate income tax, offering financial relief to Kentuckians.


Cameron's next stop was in neighboring Ohio County as he continued his whirlwind campaign across.  The General Election in Kentucky is set for Tuesday, November 7. 


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