“It’s time to take what we have learned by our ‘Raising Hope’ campaign and develop a national model about how to treat and help those suffering from mental stresses, illness, and unfortunately, those with thoughts of violence both to themselves and others.”
“I hope that we create an education experience where all Kentuckians have an opportunity to become anything they want in life and that starts with creating a world class education system that competes not just at the national level, but internationally as well.”
Louisville’s economic growth and quality of life and being tough on crime will be a priority with me as your next governor. Smart investments in Louisville will benefit all of Kentucky. Reversing Andy Beshear’s disastrous moves in public safety, infrastructure, and education will make Louisville a more attractive place to live, raise a family, and grow a business. You can count on me to be a strong advocate for Louisville’s interests.
In this race for Governor, trust a farmer to build a medical marijuana program that benefits patients and farmers, not big government As your Agriculture Commissioner for the last seven years, I’ve overseen the growth of Kentucky’s hemp licensing program into what is widely recognized as one of the best-designed and best-run hemp programs in the nation. Next to addressing food insecurity, it’s one of the achievements of which I’m most proud. To be clear, I didn’t do it all by myself. Kentucky’s hemp program has been a team effort.
"Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner and former state legislator Ryan Quarles isn't holding back on how he thinks Beshear has failed the state's citizens, especially on the issues he says can be linked to the Biden administration's "porous" border policy and the governor's "unwillingness" to address it."
"As a former educator myself, I know that our children suffered due to excessive COVID lockdowns that we now know caused lower test scores around the Commonwealth. To be clear, the lockdowns have caused irreparable harm to students which will be felt for decades to come," [Quarles] told Fox.