Incumbent faces four challengers in Senate primary

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Republicans trying to replace Sen. Mitch McConnell

By Stephen Lega

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has served as one of Kentucky’s senators since 1985. This year, four Republicans are challenging him to be the party’s nominee in November.
Matt Bevin, a Louisville businessman, stressed his concern about the country’s debt.
Brad Copas, of Lexington, has served in the Army and the Kentucky Army National Guard, started businesses, and believes rural Kentucky needs someone who will fight for them.
The other two candidates are Shawna Sterling of Sharpsburg and Chris Payne of Salvisa.

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