The Daily Kos Elections team posts daily updates during election season, and today, our own Governor Bevin got the top spot. Not for his fund-raising, mind you, or for a new poll – but for his racist “be scared of the brown people” ad.

Here’s the post:


ROCHESTER, NY - "I believe in this union" shouts 75 year old, African American Bishop Herman Dailey as he clutches a megaphone outside of GM's Rochester Operation, where he worked for nearly 35 years.

"When I came home from Vietnam, I didn't have no job; I was homeless. The UAW stood by me, gave me a job and I was able to feed my family, and I'm out here to let you know that there is a real hell for those bad people" Dailey says to a crowd of cheers from striking General Motors workers. 

Herald-Leader Investigation Reveals Bevin’s Secretive Flights on State Plane Extend to 67 Trips Across 29 States 


What more proof--as if it were needed--that the Trump administration is anti-union through-and-through, click here and

EDITOR'S NOTE: We just got this from the Beshear-Coleman campaign: "State Representative Patti Minter said: 'I'm disappointed that when Matt Bevin came to Bowling Green he made clear he doesn't support the bill I've introduced to protect health care for Kentuckians with pre-existing conditions.

Andy Beshear is taking to social media to share a video of WBKO in Bowling Green interviewing Matt Bevin, where the governor refuses to support a bill to protect health care for Kentuckians with pre-existing conditions. 


Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin showed up at Adventureland Park in Altoona, Iowa, on Nov. 19, 2016, with four bottles of Maker’s Mark bourbon.

The bourbon was a present for Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad’s 70th birthday bash. In tow were three of Bevin’s children, chief of staff Blake Brickman, and operations director John Hodgson. They ate beef and pork barbecue sandwiches, baked beans, cornbread and chocolate cupcakes decorated with phony mustaches.