GOP gubernatorial nominee David Williams, left, took to the offensive against the Democratic incumbent, Steve Beshear, during the political speeches Saturday at the Fancy Farm Picnic in Western Kentucky. Beshear wanted to focus on his visit with troops.
GOP gubernatorial nominee David Williams, left, took to the offensive against the Democratic incumbent, Steve Beshear, during the political speeches Saturday at the Fancy Farm Picnic in Western Kentucky. Beshear wanted to focus on his visit with troops.
GOP gubernatorial nominee David Williams, left, took to the offensive against the Democratic incumbent, Steve Beshear, during the political speeches Saturday at the Fancy Farm Picnic in Western Kentucky. Beshear wanted to focus on his visit with troops.

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