Abramson says he'd be a different lt. governor and actually get along with the governor
11/09/2010 07:39 PM
Jerry Abramson, who gave up the chance to run for one more term, explains his expectations what it will mean being running mate to Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear.
And he says why he accepted the role of lieutenant governor candidate.
WEB EXTRA: Abramson talks about the potential Republican challengers to the Beshear-Abramson ticket as well as critical audits of city departments during his tenure.
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