Republican gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Democratic incumbent Andy Beshear plan to debate in several scheduled events ahead of the general election on Nov. 7.
Both candidates appeared together for the first time at the Fancy Farm picnic the first weekend in August.
While the two will appear in four debates/forums together, they have also agreed to separate debates.
Here are the debates where they are so far scheduled to appear together:
- Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Gubernatorial forum on Sept. 20.
- Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce and WPSD Gubernatorial Lunch Forum on Oct. 12
- KET “Kentucky Tonight” gubernatorial debate on Oct. 23
- The Kentucky Debate by WKYT on Oct. 24
Beshear plans to attend the Northern Kentucky Gubernatorial Debate hosted by the League of Women Voters on Oct. 16. He also is expected to participate in a televised debate in Louisville and is considering other debates, according to his campaign.
Cameron plans to attend the Spectrum News 1 Debate hosted by Spectrum News 1 Louisville; the Fox 56/WDRB/NextStar Debate on Sept. 28; and the Gubernatorial Forum hosted by the Bowling Green Daily News and Boone Newsmedia Newspapers on a yet-to-be-named date.
Beshear and Cameron’s running mates, Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman and State Sen. Robby Mills, plan to debate on KET on Oct. 30.