GOP candidates stay out of spotlight on campaign’s final day

Kentucky’s Republican candidates for governor wrapped up a nasty primary campaign on Monday with a series of low-key appearances across the state and a new, 60-second television ad.

Hal Heiner started the day at a Shelby County golf course, greeting a few dozen people at the start of a golf scramble. The former Louisville Metro councilman made small talk and urged people to get out and vote on Tuesday.

James Comer had several stops including touring a business in London and meeting with Republican elected officials in Somerset and Glasgow as he seeks to motivate his supporters to get people to the polls.

Matt Bevin did not have any public campaign events listed and a spokesman did not return messages seeking comment. Bevin aired a new 60-second TV spot on Monday that highlighted his jobs plan.

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