BC-KY--Kentucky Primary Election, ADVISORY, KY
Here are coverage plans for the Kentucky primary election on May 21. This information is not for publication or broadcast, and these coverage plans are subject to change.
Moving Monday, May 20:
LOUISVILLE, Ky._ A roundup of last-minute campaigning in primary contests that will set the slates for the fall elections. The governor’s race is the center ring, with three Democrats mounting a serious bid for the top spot against incumbent Gov. Matt Bevin, who faces a primary challenge in his own party that could point to vulnerability in the wake of a tumultuous first term. By Bruce Schreiner. 600 words.
_KENTUCKY-PRIMARY-NEWS GUIDE, a chunky text guide to the election.
Moving overnight Tuesday, May 21:
LOUISVILLE, Ky._ Candidates across the state make last-minute pitches to voters ahead of primary contests that will set the slates for the fall elections. The governor’s race is the center ring in a ballot that also includes contested primaries for attorney general, treasurer, secretary of state, auditor and agriculture commissioner. By Bruce Schreiner. 600 words.
Moving Tuesday, May 21:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. _ Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear faces state Rep. Rocky Adkins and former state Auditor Adam Edelen in the Democratic primary for governor, hoping for the chance to take on incumbent Republican Gov. Matt Bevin in a November general election that many see as a first official look at the mood of American voters heading into 2020. By Bruce Schreiner. 700 words by 9 p.m.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. _ Roundup of down-ballot races, leading with the Republican primary for attorney general but also featuring the secretary of state race, which includes a former beauty queen and three other Democrats, plus four Republicans. By Dylan Lovan and Bruce Schreiner. 500 words by 9 p.m.
_KENTUCKY BALLOT-THE LATEST.
_KENTUCKY-PRIMARY-NEWS GUIDE, a chunky text look at primary election results.
Moving overnight Wednesday, May 22:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. _ A forward-looking story teeing up the governor’s race in November. By Bruce Schreiner.