Kentucky Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Bevin meets with studentsPosted by Holly Fraser on April 21, 2015
PADUCAH, Ky. — Conservative Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Bevin along with his running mate for Lt. Governor, Jenean Hampton attended and spoke at the annual McCracken County Reagan Day Dinner at the Carson Center last Friday evening.
His opening remarks praising the freedoms experienced in America were well received with applause: “I hope we do not take for granted for one moment what a privilege it is to live in the United States of America”, Bevin said.
Bevin went on to share his humble upbringing well below the poverty level. Mapping his journey from paying his own way through college to his military service as an army officer, to working in the private sector as a successful business owner. During the event, he spoke on a wide range of topics concerning voters in Kentucky.
Matt Bevin has made youth involvement a huge part of his campaign. He has spoken to groups of students all across Kentucky, including home-school groups. As a supporter of school choice and against Common Core, his message resounds with parents and students alike.
The Bevin-Hampton campaign has a large number of Millennials involved as part of “Youth for Bevin“. Students are using their energy to support the campaign in various ways, such as info graphics, precinct walking, phone banking, sign waving, writing letters to the editors and promotion through social media.
” I am so excited after getting to meet Matt! I’ve always loved Matt Bevin, but after meeting him in person I LOVE him! He did such a great job speaking. It is such a privilege to support a candidate I can trust. I am so excited to be on his team.” – Emma Creason from Carlisle county.
“Matt Bevin is uniquely a strong Constitutionally Conservative candidate. He passionately stands for our Founding Principles that makes America great. As an outsider, and not a politician, he has the experience Kentucky needs. I am happy to support him in every way I can to see that he is my next Governor.” – Kaitlyn Creason, from Carlisle county.
“Matt Bevin is one-of-a-kind. He is honest, sincere, but most importantly he is genuine. He deeply believes in his message and speaks about his Blueprint with passion. I am willing to do anything it takes to see to it that a man, with his values, is Kentucky’s next Governor.” – Alyssa Hodge, McCracken County.
Matt is a Christian, husband, father of nine, business owner, and problem-solver. He knows how to create jobs because it’s what he does. It’s about the jobs.
His “Blueprint for a Better Kentucky” is the plan Kentucky so desperately needs.
The Republican Primary for Governor is Tuesday, May 19, 2015.
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