Murray, KY – Kentucky's incumbent Democratic Governor Steve Beshear has taken a stand on abortion differing from his two challengers in the upcoming general election. Beshear says women should have the right to terminate pregnancies. The Associated Press quizzed each of the candidates in the three-way race for governor about their feelings on abortion. Republican David Williams says he strongly opposes it. Independent Gatewood Galbraith says he considers it, in his words, the taking of innocent human life. The hot-button issue has traditionally been an important one in the Commonwealth where politicians often compete for endorsements from anti-abortion groups, particularly Kentucky Right to Life. Williams beat out Galbraith to win that endorsement. Beshear wasn't a contender for that endorsement because of his position on the issue.