"We are prepared to take on Steve Beshear and his liberal running mate, Jerry Abramson," David Williams said in May at his celebration at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort. "No more Mr. Nice Guy. The future of the commonwealth of Kentucky is too important."
"We are prepared to take on Steve Beshear and his liberal running mate, Jerry Abramson," David Williams said in May at his celebration at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort. "No more Mr. Nice Guy. The future of the commonwealth of Kentucky is too important."
"We are prepared to take on Steve Beshear and his liberal running mate, Jerry Abramson," David Williams said in May at his celebration at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort. "No more Mr. Nice Guy. The future of the commonwealth of Kentucky is too important."

On eve of Fancy Farm, Williams blasts Beshear

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