Kraft, the GOP gubernatorial candidate, calls for the Kentucky Education Agency to be “dismantled” in a new ad

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“Woke bureaucrats” parachuted into Kentucky classrooms to impose so-called “critical race theory” lessons on children.

That’s what Republican gubernatorial candidate Kelly Craft says is going on in Kentucky, Kentucky new commercial She is continuing her ad campaign with five weeks ahead until the primaries.

Our schools are under attack. Kraft says in the ad, as awakened bureaucrats parachute down to hijack our children’s futures.

“As governor, I will dismantle the Department of Education and start over. Because these are our children, not the government.”

The ad is the latest link from Former Ambassador to the United Nations and Canada She is trying to boost her name recognition ahead of the May 16 primary. Kraft is focusing its campaign on her opposition to universal education policies, Special steering handle race and LGBTQ students.

In a statement, Jason Glass, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Education, noted that the governor does not have the authority to break up the agency.

“We are focused on improving the learning experiences for all of our students in a way that supports their ability to compete in a fast-moving, automated global economy. The question for Kentuckians to consider is the impact that politicians seeking attention will have on the educational workforce crisis and other very real challenges facing public schools in our socity “.

According to the latest public poll about the primary race, Character tracks behind Republican Attorney General Daniel CameronWho was he Endorsed by former President Donald Trump And he established himself as a leader to incumbent Democratic Governor Andy Beshear throughout his first term in office.

As the presumptive front-runner, Cameron has been slow to join the political publicity fray, centering his message against Beshear while largely ignoring the crowded race of Republicans seeking the nomination.

Cameron released him The first political ad of Wednesday’s campaignreferring to his role in prosecuting Bashir for attempting to shut down public gatherings in churches and other venues early during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kentucky deserves a governor who respects our laws and our freedoms. “Only a ruler who knows freedom creates prosperity and only faith can keep us strong,” Cameron says in the commercial.

Meanwhile, a political action committee backing Kraft’s campaign has hurled attack ads in Cameron’s direction in recent weeks, demeaning him as “Institutional soft teddy bear” And “Soft teddy bear on crime.”

Cameron responded to the attack ads last month, calling Kraft’s campaign “desperate” in a statement on Twitter.

“A desperate campaign keeps attacking me one bear at a time, but Kentuckians can see through the mud and stuffed animals. I am the law and order candidate in this race and I am proud to have the endorsement of so many law enforcement agencies.

Eric Hyers, Bashir’s campaign manager, issued the following statement.

“While the Republican Party is pouring millions into attacking each other and making ridiculous ads like this, Governor Andy Beshear has been working hard to create jobs, help our state recover from natural disasters and a historic pandemic, and rebuild infrastructure throughout Kentucky. This is why Polls consistently show him as one of the most popular rulers in the country, and he has the support of Kentuckians across the Commonwealth,” Hyers wrote.

April 17th is the last day to register to vote in the primaries.