Gatewood Galbraith was a perennial candidate for governor of Kentucky and even though he died in 2012, Galbraith’s name may be back on the ballot this year. Another man, Terrill Newman, has legally changed his name to Gatewood Galbraith and plans to run for Kentucky Governor as an independent. Newman says he doesn’t expect to win, but wants to run to honor Galbraith’s memory. Galbraith ran for governor five times and gained a following for his wit and stances on controversial issues.--Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Candidate died in 2012, but his name might be on 2015 ballot,
http://news.yahoo.com/candidate-died-2012-name-might-2015-ballot-164705696.html, Accessed April 2, 2015.
2 Thessalonians 3:9 (HCSB) It is not that we don’t have the right ⌊to support⌋, but we did it to make ourselves an example to you so that you would imitate us.