Louisville businessman Matt Bevin plans to spend the rest of this week touring selected cities in Kentucky, making numerous stops to promote the Senate candidacy he announced Wednesday morning.
Bevin's entering the Republican primary, against 30-year incumbent and Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, who he says has pulled the wool over Kentuckians' eyes.
He says he's running to talk about McConnell's record, his ideology, and the future of the Republican party.
About McConnell's position at the top of the Republican heap, Bevin asks what the incumbent plans to do with that power the coming 6 years, that he hasn't done in his first 30.
A spokesperson for Bevin's campaign says he will be making stops in Owensboro, Bowling Green and Paducah, but will not be visiting the southern Pennyrile during his tour.