Today is not just election eve. It’s Rocky Adkins’ 60th birthday.

So the House minority leader asked a crowd of Murray Democrats for a special present tomorrow, one he promised to cherish: “You make sure you elect Andy Beshear governor of Kentucky.”

Andy Beshear knocked on the Beshear-led coordinated campaign’s 1,000,000th door in Paducah to start today, which will include seven stops on the Team Kentucky bus in Paducah, Murray, Hopkinsville, Greenville, Franklin, Bowling Green and Louisville. 

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 5.

We’re supporting candidates who will work to find solutions to our biggest challenges — lowering the cost of health care, raising wages and protecting pensions. We need to elect candidates who will have our backs when the fights get tough.

Find your polling place and hours here:

Take a step toward a better life for working families in Kentucky. Vote for Andy Beshear tomorrow.

Thanks for being a voter.

From BILL LONDRIGAN, Kentucky State AFL-CIO president

Election Day is almost here. This Tuesday, November 5, you have the chance to let your voice be heard.

It's our duty to defend Kentucky and our constitution, and it starts by voting for Greg, and doing everything we can to make sure our friends, family, and neighbors vote too. So much depends on the outcome of this election, and it all starts with you.

If you haven't voted yet, please make sure you have a plan to get your ballot in.

"None of us want to wake up on November the sixth thinking if we'd just done a little bit more, we could have pulled this thing out."  -- Andy Beshear

Some people will say this election is about only two people: me and my opponent.

I disagree.

This election is about us, yes, but it's also about everyone who supports us, who's counting on us.

For my opponent, that's Mitch McConnell and Matt Bevin. That's pharmaceutical companies. That's Washington D.C. insiders.

Me? I'm all about everyday Kentuckians, and about keeping their best interests in mind.