Supermajorities in the legislature with a Demonicrat Governor proves voter fraud. How is that outcome even plausible?
Then Bevins as goobernor turned into "Big Daddy", insinuated that casino goers were 'suicidal', took every piece of MSM stinkbait like a dog on a bone ... he wanted out to go back to the private sector a year ago, fired his Amish Lt. Gov. specifically to scratch that itch, but didn't have the cojones to work out an appropriate 1-term exit plan because McConnell would have chosen his replacement.
Those 4K votes could have been scraped back a week before the election if he had just made neutral noises "let the voters decide" on casinos. Bevins suppressed his own turnout in one of the worst-run incumbent campaigns in this still-young 21st Century. Hillbillies want to drink and gamble on Saturday and repent on Sunday, and Big Daddy forgot that he was a guest, a carpetbagger with a telephone pole up his patoot.
First, Bevin was one of the most unpopular governors in the country. He has an abrasive personality and both republican and democrat voters did not like him. People prefer to vote for people they like.
Second, Bevin attempted to overhaul the state's pension plan and it was wildly unpopular. Particularly, the teachers hated it and nearly every teacher in the state, republican or democrat hated Bevin.
The state legislature voted to make the pension plan a hybrid for any new hire after Jan 1, 2019 and the teachers couldn't deal with reality.
Beshear, as state AG was vocal in his opposition and sued the day after it became law - it has since been repealed.
This shows how a person with an unlikeable personality can fail in the public sector.
Bevin was far behind and not expected to win - that he came close is a testament to Trump and not Bevin.