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Matt Bevin revisits Columbia, re-emphasizing vow made here

2013-10-25 - Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Innocent Bystander. Senatorial candidate Matt Bevin, left now makes Columbia, KY a destination on campaign trips, to focus on the famous vow he made at Columbia's Downtown Days before God, the First & Farmers National Bank, and the Saintly Old Gentleman with the nice haircut on the right that he will beat Senator Mitch McConnell in the Republican Primary and, in doing so, he will be the first person in United States History to beat a sitting minority or majority leader in either house in a primary He points out that when Senator Tom Dashiell and House Speaker Tom Foley were defeated, it was in general elections. Bevin was also in Columbia to visit his friend Dakota Meyer. He was on his way to a speaking engagement in Bowling Green, KY.
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