Former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott kicked off his Republican campaign for governor Tuesday by announcing that former Menifee County Sheriff Rodney Coffey, the man in the background, will be his running mate.
Former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott kicked off his Republican campaign for governor Tuesday by announcing that former Menifee County Sheriff Rodney Coffey, the man in the background, will be his running mate.
Former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott kicked off his Republican campaign for governor Tuesday by announcing that former Menifee County Sheriff Rodney Coffey, the man in the background, will be his running mate.

Former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott enters GOP primary for governor

January 13, 2015 11:13 AM

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