Guthrie Says He Considered Run for Kentucky Governor
Kentucky Congressman Brett Guthrie says he strongly considered running for governor next year, but ultimately decided against it for family reasons.
The Bowling Green Republican told students at Daviess County High School Monday that he believes he would have “had a good chance” at winning the race.
The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reports Guthrie said he didn’t want to be campaigning across the state during his 16-year-old daughter’s last few years at home.
Guthrie was first elected as Kentucky’s Second District Congressman in 2008 after serving in the Kentucky state Senate.