LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Spectrum News 1 will air the Republican debate for Kentucky governor live Tuesday, March 7 between candidates Daniel Cameron, Mike Harmon, Alan Keck and Ryan Quarles.
What You Need To Know
- Spectrum News 1 presents Republican debate for Kentucky governor on Tuesday, March 7 at 7 p.m.
- The debate is in partnership with the Jefferson County Republican Party
- Candidates Daniel Cameron, Mike Harmon, Alan Keck and Ryan Quarles will participate
- Spectrum News anchor Mario Anderson will moderate. Anchors Amber Smith and Lachlan McLean will provide analysis following the debate
The hour-long event, which will be held at 7 p.m. from the Henry Clay and hosted by anchor Mario Anderson, will air on Spectrum News 1 in Kentucky in partnership with the Jefferson County Republican Party. Following the debate Spectrum News 1 anchors Amber Smith and Lachlan McLean will provide analysis. They will be joined by Kentucky Fried Politics founder Nick Storm.
The debate will be available to anyone interested in watching live. If you’re not a Spectrum customer, download the Spectrum News app, available to Apple TV, Roku, Android and iPhone users, then tap “Live” on the menu bar to view the debate.
Those interested in listening live, will be able to do so on the Spectrum News app as well by playing the stream in the background of their Android or iPhone.
In addition to watching or listening to the debate on the Spectrum News app, viewers can also tune in on our website by clicking here. Click on the “Open Access” ” link, which will appear shortly before the debate begins.