Following the results of Thursday's recanvass of the 2019 Kentucky General Election, Republican Gov. Matt Bevin conceded the governor's race to Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear.

In Grayson County, the recanvass resulted in no changes to the vote tally, according to the Grayson County Clerk's Office.

In Grayson County, Beshear received a total of 2,621 votes to Bevin's 5,319, and this tally was confirmed following Thursday's recanvass, according to the official recanvass results published on Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes' website.

According to the Secretary of State's Office, Thursday's recanvass of the General Election saw no changes between the original vote tally and that of the recanvass in the Governor/Lieutenant Governor race in any county in the state.

Beshear and running mate Jacqueline Coleman received 709,890 votes in both counts, and Bevin and running mate Ralph Alvarado received 704,754, with Beshear winning the race by approximately 5,136 votes.

"I just want to be clear, we're going to have a change in the governership based on the vote of the people, and what I want is to see the absolute best for Kentucky," said Bevin during a news conference inside the state capitol Thursday. "I'm not going to contest these numbers that have come in. It isn't fair to throw that on our legislature to try to find something that there just isn't. We know of some things but not enough to cause us to think there's going to be meaningful change."

Bevin then wished Beshear well as the next Governor of Kentucky.

In a statement on his official Twitter account, Beshear thanked Kentuckians and said Bevin and his team have already begun a smooth transition.

"It's time to get to work," Beshear said.

In a statement on his Facebook page, Grayson County Judge Executive Kevin Henderson thanked Bevin for the working relationship they have had and congratulated Beshear for his victory.

"Both personally and professionally, I want to say how much I appreciate the great working relationship that we’ve had with Gov. Matt Bevin and his administration," Henderson said. "I have definitely made great friendships along the way. Best wishes to you all in your next chapter.

"I would also like to congratulate Gov.-elect Beshear," he continued. "I hope we are fortunate enough to be able to work with his administration going forward as well as we have with the past. At the end of the day, I think that all of us just want to see things continue to get better for Grayson County and Kentucky."