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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin SAY IT LIKE IT IS in this debate retort. Here he responds to question concerning his stance on school violence.
Matthew Bevin is an American businessman and politician who currently serves as the 62nd governor of Kentucky.
Bevin earned a bachelor's degree at Washington and Lee University in 1989, then served four years of active duty in the U.S. Army, attaining the rank of captain. In 2011, he assumed the presidency of Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company in Lousiville Ky, the last remaining American manufacturer of bells. When Bevin took over, the business, which had been in his family since its founding in 1832, was struggling and on the verge of closure. Bevin revived the company and restored its profitability..
In 2013, Bevin announced he would challenge Kentucky's senior U.S. Senator, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, in the 2014 Republican primary. Although he gained the support of various groups aligned with the Tea Party Movement, McConnell attacked him repeatedly for inconsistencies in his public statements and policy positions..
After announcing he would seek the governorship in 2015, Bevin emerged from a four-way Republican primary, besting his nearest competitor. In November, he defeated the state's attorney general, Democrat Jack Conway, in the general election.