LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Voters in Kentucky are casting ballots in a primary that will deliver an initial verdict on the job performance of Gov. Matt Bevin.
The ally of President Donald Trump faces state Rep. Robert Goforth and two other challengers in Tuesday's GOP primary.
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Democrats are choosing between three leading gubernatorial candidates on a ballot that also includes contested primaries for attorney general and other statewide offices.
Bevin's standing with conservatives is being tested after a turbulent term. Among other things, he has lashed out at teachers who used sick days to attend protest rallies.
The leading Democrats running for governor are Attorney General Andy Beshear, ex-state auditor Adam Edelen and longtime state Rep. Rocky Adkins.
Beshear is the son of Kentucky's last Democratic governor.
The Kentucky primary is Tuesday, May 21. The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Click here to review your registration and find a polling location.