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2023 United States gubernatorial elections

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2023 United States gubernatorial elections

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3 governorships

The 2023 United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 7, 2023 in the states of Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi. In addition, special elections may take place (depending on state law) if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2023 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all three states were in 2019.

Race summary

State Governor Party First elected Last race Status Candidates
Kentucky Andy Beshear Democratic 2019 49.20% D Eligible
Louisiana John Bel Edwards Democratic 2015 51.33% D Term-limited
Mississippi Tate Reeves Republican 2019 51.91% R Eligible


Governor Andy Beshear was elected in 2019 with 49.20% of the vote. He is eligible to run for re-election, but has not yet stated whether he will do so. There is a possibility that this is a rematch of the 2019 Kentucky Gubernatorial election. Potential Republican candidates include U.S. Representative James Comer and former governor Matt Bevin.[1]


Governor John Bel Edwards was re-elected to a second term in 2019 with 51.33% of the vote. He will be term-limited from the Louisiana Constitution in 2023, and will therefore be unable to seek re-election for a third consecutive term. Potential Republican candidates include Attorney General Jeff Landry, lieutenant governor Billy Nungesser, U.S. Representative Garret Graves, state senator Sharon Hewitt, Treasurer John Schroder, Agricultural commissioner Mike Strain, and U.S. Senator John Kennedy.[2][3]


Governor Tate Reeves was elected in 2019 with 51.91% of the vote. He is eligible to run for re-election, but has not yet stated whether he will do so.


  1. ^ Pitts, Jacqueline. "Comer expects Beshear to be popular in first year as governor, won't rule out running again in 2023". The Bottom Line. Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  2. ^ Hilburn, Greg (November 19, 2019). "Jeff Landry, Billy Nungesser set sights on 2023 Louisiana governor's election". The News-Star. Gannett. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  3. ^ Doyle, Matt (November 19, 2019). "2023 Governor's race could be packed with GOP heavy hitters". Louisiana Radio Network. Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
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