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Question 1:
William O'Connell Bradley, J. Edgar Hoover and Ronald Reagan are all:
Burials in Frankfort Cemetery American Presbyterians Deaths from renal failure Governors of Kentucky

Question 2: [4] From 1890 to 1896, he was a member of the ________,[3] and was the Kentucky delegation's choice for Presidential nominee in 1896.
1880 Republican National ConventionRepublican National CommitteeJohn McCainRepublican Party (United States)

Question 3: [4] He became a political adviser to Republican candidate ________ in the contentious gubernatorial election of 1900.
William GoebelAugustus E. WillsonJ. C. W. BeckhamWilliam S. Taylor

Question 4: [6] The Democrats countered by nominating outgoing governor ________.
J. C. W. BeckhamHappy ChandlerJohn W. StevensonWendell H. Ford

Question 5:
William O'Connell Bradley, Nicole Scherzinger and Tom Cruise are all:
Kentucky Republicans American Presbyterians People from Louisville, Kentucky People from Pulaski County, Kentucky

Question 6: Works by & about William O'Connell Bradley at ________ (scanned books original editions color illustrated)
Google BooksAmazon KindleCalibre (software)Internet Archive

Question 7:
William O'Connell Bradley, Hal Rogers and John Sherman Cooper are all:
People from Pulaski County, Kentucky Kentucky lawyers People from Louisville, Kentucky Deaths from renal failure

Question 8: William O'Connell Bradley (March 18, 1847 – May 23, 1914) was the 32nd ________, and later served as a U.S. senator from Kentucky.
John J. CrittendenGovernor of KentuckySimon Bolivar BucknerSteve Beshear

Question 9: The election of Republican president ________ in 1896 deepened the Democrats' resolve to oppose the Republican governor and his allies, and further hindered progress during Bradley's administration.
Rutherford B. HayesWilliam McKinleyJohn W. BrickerWarren G. Harding

Question 10: [5] At the 1880 Republican National Convention in ________, Bradley was unanimously chosen to second Roscoe Conkling's nomination of Ulysses S. Grant for a third term as president.
ChicagoElmhurst, IllinoisBurr Ridge, IllinoisBlue Island, Illinois







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