SPECIAL: The political life and death of Gov. William Goebel
12/28/2015 07:30 PM
In early 1900 following a contentious gubernatorial election, Kentucky’s 33rd governor was sworn into office. William Goebel served just four days before succumbing to a gunshot wound he suffered outside the old state capitol building.
Many argue that the months leading up to and after the assassination of the state’s only sitting governor forever changed the dynamic of Kentucky politics.
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