Beshear confident Democrats will oppose McConnell; Hasn't spoke to Ashley Judd about it
10/16/2012 04:43 PM
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS- Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear said he’s confident that the Democrat Party will field a viable candidate to run against US Senator Mitch McConnell in 2014.
“It’ll be tough to raise the kind of money that Senator McConnell can raise
because he’s the king of fundraising,” Beshear said. Beshear would know. He lost to McConnell in 1996.
But don’t look for Beshear to go for a rematch. Beshear said on Pure Politics last year that his re-election for governor was his last one.
Actress and singer Ashley Judd has been mentioned as a potential candidate after she said at the Democratic National Convention that she wouldn’t rule out running for office. But Beshear said that he has not talked to the entertainer
about the race.
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