BREAKING: Democrat Andy Beshear wins Kentucky governor’s race

Former President Donald Trump won the state by 25.9 percent during the 2020 presidential election. 

Democrat Gov. Andy Beshear is set to emerge victorious for his reelection campaign in Kentucky, per Decision Desk HQ

Beshear received an estimated 52.4 percent of support with 473,849 votes to rival Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron's 47.6 percent, or 433,064 votes by Tuesday night.

Beshear and his rival Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron were at a statistical dead heat for this month's race, according to a survey conducted by Emerson College polling.  

Former President Donald Trump won the state of Kentucky by a strong margin of 25.9 percent during the 2020 presidential election. 

This projected win for Beshear comes after a voting precint in Kentucky was allegedly cleared out over a "gas leak."

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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