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Kentucky Tonight announces candidate programs for 2020 primary election; shows air May 27, June 1

KET continues its in-depth political coverage with Kentucky Tonight programs featuring candidates in the 2020 primary election races.

Hosted by Renee Shaw, Kentucky Tonight programs with candidates will air May 27 and June 1 at 8/7 p.m. on KET. The programs also will stream live at KET.org/live and will be archived online.

The scheduled guests for Kentucky Tonight’s candidate programs include:

Wednesday, May 27:

• Andy Barr—Republican, Sixth Congressional District
• Brett Guthrie—Republican, Second Congressional District
• Alexandra Owensby—Democrat, Fourth Congressional District
• Gerardo Serrano—Republican, Fifth Congressional District
• C. Wesley Morgan—Republican, U.S. Senate

Monday, June 1:

• Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Amy McGrath, Charles Booker, and Mike Broihier—Democratic U.S. Senate candidates
• Daniel Kemph and Josh Hicks—Democratic candidates in the Sixth Congressional District
• Todd McMurtry—Republican candidate for the Fourth Congressional District

Viewers with questions and comments may send email to kytonight@ket.org or use the message form at KET.org/kytonight. Viewers may also submit questions and comments on Twitter @KyTonightKET. The phone number for viewer questions during the program is 1-800-494-7605. All messages should include first and last name and town or county.

Candidates appearing on these programs have demonstrated satisfaction of KET’s candidate invitation criteria, published at KET.org/candidate-invitation-criteria. The proposed live broadcast schedule is subject to change.

Kentucky Tonight is a weekly KET production, produced by Toby Gibbs.

KET is Kentucky’s largest classroom, where learning comes to life for more than one million people each week via television, online and mobile. Learn more about Kentucky’s preeminent public media organization at KET.org.

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