Kentucky Independent gubernatorial candidate Drew Curtis, center, replies to a question as Democratic candidate Jack Conway, left, and Republican candidate Matt Bevin wait their turns during the Kentucky Bluegrass Poll Gubernatorial Debate at Bellarmine University in Louisville on Sept. 15. Curtis polled just a sliver too low to make the next debate and that may have sunk his campaign.
Kentucky Independent gubernatorial candidate Drew Curtis, center, replies to a question as Democratic candidate Jack Conway, left, and Republican candidate Matt Bevin wait their turns during the Kentucky Bluegrass Poll Gubernatorial Debate at Bellarmine University in Louisville on Sept. 15. Curtis polled just a sliver too low to make the next debate and that may have sunk his campaign. TIMOTHY D. EASLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kentucky Independent gubernatorial candidate Drew Curtis, center, replies to a question as Democratic candidate Jack Conway, left, and Republican candidate Matt Bevin wait their turns during the Kentucky Bluegrass Poll Gubernatorial Debate at Bellarmine University in Louisville on Sept. 15. Curtis polled just a sliver too low to make the next debate and that may have sunk his campaign. TIMOTHY D. EASLEY ASSOCIATED PRESS
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