In the race to convince Kentucky voters to lend their support, Kentucky Republican gubernatorial candidate Daniel Cameron had a clear message.
According to Breitbart, he believes his victory would "propel" former President Donald Trump to a victory in the White House next year.
Days ahead of the Kentucky election, Cameron made his case regarding what it would mean for him to win the race against his opponent, Gov. Andy Beshear (D).
Cameron surged in polling in the days leading up to the election. His endorsement from Trump undoubtedly played a role.
“Daniel strongly supports law enforcement, will not allow men to participate in women’s sports, fully supports our teachers and getting our children caught up from the massive learning loss caused from Beshear’s educational policies.” - President Trump pic.twitter.com/saPRRyF6Yq
— Daniel Cameron (@DanielCameronAG) November 5, 2023
"This poll was what we’ve known all along, which is that I’m gonna beat Andy Beshear on November 7, and the reason I’m gonna beat him is because Andy Beshear is lockstep with Joe Biden. I mean, this is a governor who has openly endorsed Joe Biden for president," Cameron said.
He went on to talk about President Trump and thanked him for the endorsement.
"President Trump has endorsed me, and I’m grateful for your support, and I certainly want to see him back in the White House next year," Cameron told Breitbart.
He added, "It’s why Donald Trump has gotten so invested in this race, and it’s why he wants to see me win, and that’s why he wants folks to go to the polls on November 7."
Cameron then insisted that his victory would be a massive boost to the Trump campaign's 2024 election.
"This will resonate throughout the nation," Camerone predicted. "And I believe we’re going to have a resounding victory on November 7, and it’s going to help propel Donald Trump into the White House in November of 2024."
Cameron was involved in an intensive bus tour across the state, making six stops per day to speak to supporters and potential voters.
He noted that under Beshear, children in the state have suffered in school. Cameron said he has a robust plan to change that, saying it's at the top of parents' minds.
"I want to catch our kids up. I’ve got an education plan that I’ve put forward that will catch our kids up to make sure our teachers are making more. I’ve got a public safety plan that will make sure that we improve and boost the morale of our law enforcement community and also keep our streets safe from crime and drugs," Cameron said.