Beshear-Coleman team welcomed warmly on Independence Day

 Andy Beshear and Jacqueline Coleman were traveling around Kentucky to meet voters over the Fourth of July. Columbia Magazine noted that Andy received a "warm welcome" and "drew large crowds" in Taylor County before he marched in the Lexington parade with Jacqueline. Jacqueline also visited Campbell County, Kenton County, and Madison County. 

In addition to meeting voters, the Attorney General also received coverage around Kentucky over the weekend for standing up for coal miners: 
"Andy Beshear promises to find answers for Blackjewel miners." - WYMT 
"Attorney General: 'Numerous Troubling Complaints' Lodged Against Bankrupt Mining Company" - Spectrum

"AG Andy Beshear vows to protect Kentucky workers in bankruptcy action by Blackjewel mines" - Kentucky Today 
"Kentucky’s Attorney General said on Friday he is investigating complaints from miners who say they are not receiving pay following the fast-moving bankruptcy negotiations for Blackjewel mining, which employs some 1100 people in Central Appalachia." - WFPL