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Earlier this year, candidate for Tennessee State Senate Mike Faulk told the incumbent Senator Mike WIlliams if the Senator would cast his vote for Ron Ramsey as Lt. Governor, Williams wouldn’t have to worry about him as an opponent. Williams voted for Ramsey – and now faces Faulk in the November election.
One might argue that Faulk said one thing and did another. In his defense, however, I present:
Top Ten Reasons Why Mike Faulk Might Say One Thing and Do Another