March 22, 2023

Who is Britainy Beshear? Andy Beshear Wife; Bio, Wiki, Age, Children, Career, Net Worth, Kentucky 2019 Election

Britainy Beshear Bio, Wiki

Britainy Beshear is renown for being the wife to the Kentucky Democrat candidate, Andy Beshear. He is challenging Republican incumbent Republican Governor Matt Bevin in the Kentucky governor’s election. Andy is projected to win the election, according to Decision DeskNBC, and the Cook Political Report. But Gov. Matt Bevin has not yet conceded. With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Politico has projected Beshear as winning 49.2 percent to Bevin’s 48.8 percent (709,345 votes to 704,012.).

Britainy Beshear Age

Britainy celebrates her birthday on July 11th. In this years birthday, her husband took to Twitter to wish her a Happy Birthday writing: “I want to take a quick break from the campaign to wish a happy birthday to my wonderful wife, Britainy. She’s a passionate advocate for kids and families, an amazing mom to Will and Lila, and her love brightens up even the hardest days. Happy birthday, Britainy!”

Britainy Beshear Career

Britainy serves on the Maryhurst board. As per Maryhurst’s Website, it is a counseling program that works with families to help protect children’s safety in a state with the highest child abuse rate. They also have a residential program for girls with a history of trauma, so they can heal. They offer foster care and transitional living services.

In 2016, she founded Hope Gallery during Child Abuse Prevention Month. Hope Gallery helps in raising awareness of child abuse problems in Kentucky and to educate the public about art therapy, Volunteers for America reported.

She said: “It is my hope that the gallery helps each artist to have a feeling of pride in knowing that their voice is heard each and every day. I appreciate the staff, volunteers and parents with Volunteers of America Mid-States who have helped these children find healing and self-expression through the Hope Gallery.”

The exhibit in 2016 featured work from 16 of 50 children who were living in the Louisville Family Housing Services.

Britainy Beshear & Andy Beshear

Britainy and Andy have been married for more than a decade. The couple celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary this year saying that they got engaged on May 13th in a Facebook post. Andy wrote: “Britainy and I got engaged on May 13th, and today is our 13th wedding anniversary. There’s definitely no such thing as unlucky 13 with her in my life.”

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Andy Beshear with his wife, Britainy

In the lead up to the November 2019 Kentucky Gubernatorial election, Andy thanked His Wife on Twitter After His October Debate & Once Called Her ‘The Best Debate Date I Could Ever Ask For’

He wrote: “Just walked off the stage from the #HeyKYdebate! Loved talking about my vision for Kentucky and why we need to beat Matt Bevin in November. Also – thank you to my wonderful wife Britainy for being the best debate date I could ever ask for.”

Andy and Britainy Beshear attend Beargrass Christian, a Disciples of Christ church. They are both deacons at the church.

They cast their votes together as a family, with their children in attendance, during the November 2019 election. You can see a photo of that moment in the Facebook post above. Andy wrote: “A year and a half after we first began this journey, Britainy and I just cast our votes. The polls are open today until 6 pm.”

Britainy Beshear Children

Andy and Britainy Beshear have two young children: Will and Lila. The entire family volunteers with Family Scholar House, according to his attorney general bio.

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Andy and Britainy Beshear with their two Children

In September 2019, Andy wrote on Twitter: “My dad raised me with values of faith, family, and giving back. I’m proud to be his son. And as Britainy and I raise Will and Lila, we’ve always looked to his example. Happy birthday, Dad!” 

In a post on Twitter, Beshear wrote: “When I look across my kitchen table, I see the people who I love most in this world – Britainy, Lila, and Will. Three out of four of us have a pre-existing condition, just like thousands of folks across KY. Health care is personal to me.” 

Their son, Will, plays baseball on the Sun Devils team.