Meet Our Governors

Kentucky

Steven L. Beshear
Biography

2014 State of the Commonwealth Address

 

Governor Beshear
700 Capital Avenue
Suite 100
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone: 502-564-2611
Fax: 502-564-2517

Southern Governors' Representative
Rebecca Byers, Director, Washington Office

 

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Kentucky News Digest

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9/19/2014 KY Gov. Beshear: V-Soft Consulting Group Inc. to Expand HeadquartersNational business solutions firm to add 25 new jobs in Louisville. [Read More]
9/18/2014 KY Gov. Beshear: Computershare Inc. to Open New Facility in LouisvilleFinancial services and investor communications company, is expected to create up to 250 jobs. [Read More]
9/17/2014 KY Gov. Beshear Signs Bills Supporting Farmers, Food BanksBenefits to landowners, farmers and low income citizens highlighted. [Read More]
9/16/2014 KY Gov. Beshear Participates in Two Economic Development Project OpeningsJoins company officials of Balluff U.S. Headquarters and XPO Logistics for events in Northern Kentucky. [Read More]
9/15/2014 KY Gov. Beshear Makes Several Economic Development AnnouncementsFaurecia Seating LLC to create 410 jobs; Hart AgStrong LLC breaks round. [Read More]
9/12/2014 KY Gov. Beshear: Task Force Takes on Bullying22-member panel, including students, to examine bullying in schools, advise policies. [Read More]
9/11/2014 Gov. Beshear Breaks Ground for New Kentucky Career CenterNew facility will streamline and expand employment services in Murray community. [Read More]
9/10/2014 Gov. Beshear: Kentucky Gets First Place, Top 5 Designations from Center for Digital GovernmentState wins health and human services category for its smooth rollout of kynect health benefit exchange. [Read More]
9/8/2014 KY Gov. Beshear: Intelligrated Inc. to Expand Operations in DanvilleCompany's decision to remain in Kentucky expected to create 50 new jobs. [Read More]
9/5/2014 KY Gov. Beshear: State Properties to go Tobacco-Free No tobacco use, including e-cigarettes, in or around executive branch buildings effective Nov. 20. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Clean and Ethical State Government 

Insuring Our Children

Protecting Our Industry

Making Education Affordable

Improving Infrastructure