As it stands now two days after the election, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) has 704,760 votes to attorney general Andy Beshear’s (D) 709,846 votes. It’s a difference of a little less than 5,100 votes.
Beshear has already declared victory, but Bevin has so far refused to concede. In fact, he’s called for a recanvass of the state’s vote totals, citing “more than a few irregularities” he wants looked into.
“What they are exactly, how many, which ones, and what effect, if any, they have will be determined according to law,” Bevin said when asked about specifics, according to Politico.