Candidates engage in a heated debate over abortion policy during the Kentucky gubernatorial debate.

In a highly contested campaign for governor in Kentucky, Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear and Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron engaged in a debate at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights. The candidates discussed various topics such as education, taxes, public safety, and the monthlong autoworkers’ strike, which has extended to Ford’s profitable Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville.

While both candidates emphasized their support for public education, their most contentious exchanges during the televised debate occurred when they were asked to clarify their positions on abortion.

These comments were made approximately three weeks before the November 7 election and were influenced by Kentucky’s existing abortion law, which permits the procedure solely when it is necessary to save a pregnant woman’s life or prevent a disabling injury.

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