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Education

  • Washington and Lee University
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Matt Bevin, a Louisville ...
www.lebanonenterprise.com, 17 June 2014 [cached]
Matt Bevin, a Louisville businessman, stressed his concern about the country's debt.
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Republican senate candidate - Matt Bevin
Matt Bevin was born in Shelburne, New Hampshire, as the second of six children. He attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia on a four-year ROTC scholarship.
After graduating from college in 1989, Bevin joined the U.S. Army as a commissioned officer. He served for four years attaining the rank of captain.
In 2008, he started working at Bevin Bros., a bell manufacturing company that has been in his family since 1832. In 2011, Bevin became the president of the company.
Click here to read more... Republican senate candidate - Matt Bevin
Matt Bevin was born in Shelburne, New Hampshire, as the second of six children. He attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia on a four-year ROTC scholarship.
After graduating from college in 1989, Bevin joined the U.S. Army as a commissioned officer. He served for four years attaining the rank of captain.
In 2008, he started working at Bevin Bros., a bell manufacturing company that has been in his family since 1832. In 2011, Bevin became the president of the company.
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The Enterprise was able to interview Bevin, Copas and McConnell, although McConnell's interview included fewer questions because of time limitations.
The resumption of bellmaking, announced ...
www.newstimes.com, 3 Oct 2012 [cached]
The resumption of bellmaking, announced with fanfare Wednesday by Matthew Bevin, the sixth-generation owner of Bevin Bros., was welcomed by many in Belltown USA, as this town of 13,000 people 20 miles from Hartford has long called itself.
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Matthew Bevin, a 45-year-old businessman who fondly recalls putting "tongues" on bells as a child and now lives in Louisville, Ky., has vowed to build a new factory to replace the one destroyed by fire during a lightning storm May 27.
He said he is doing it for the employees and the town, and was inspired by his ancestors, who managed to keep the company afloat through technological change, the Depression and cheap oversees competition.
"We're fortunately wired not to quit," he said.
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And the USS Maine, destroyed by an explosion in 1898 that triggered the Spanish-American War, had a bell made by Bevin.
The company also boasts of making the little bell in the beloved 1946 Jimmy Stewart movie "It's a Wonderful Life."
Workers at Bevin Bros. feed massive coils of brass and steel into presses, which stamp out the bells using heavy dies that were recovered from the ruins of the burned-down factory and refurbished.
Bevin said he has spent several hundred thousand dollars on getting the temporary factory running and has no estimate of how much the new one will cost or when it will be ready.
He said he had no fire insurance on the old building, which he had just finished renovating before the blaze, but has received some insurance proceeds against a work stoppage, as well as a state matching grant.
Since the fire, residents have brought bells that have been in their families for years to show Bevin, urging him to keep the company going.
"I've seen glimpses of what it means to them," he said.
Leadership Landscape hosted by Kirt Jacobs | Matt Bevin, CEO & Principal, Integrity Asset Management
www.leadershiplandscape.org, 25 July 2014 [cached]
MATT BEVIN- CEO & Principal-Integrity Asset Management Leadership Landscape hosted by Kirt Jacobs | Matt Bevin, CEO & Principal, Integrity Asset Management
"Mitch McConnell has been in the ...
richmondregister.com, 24 July 2013 [cached]
"Mitch McConnell has been in the U.S. Senate for nearly 30 years," Bevin told about 80 of his supporters in the state Capitol.
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"This is going to be the biggest nuisance he's ever had," Bevin said.
On Wednesday Benton responded with a statement, which didn't mention Bevin.
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Bevin claimed he received threats and offers of inducements to persuade him not to run, but those entreaties "were utterly ineffective. He would not identify anyone by name.
Both campaigns were attacking the other with television ads Wednesday.
Bevin ran an ad saying McConnell has been in the Senate too long and has lost touch with Kentucky.
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McConnell was up with his own, titled "Bailout Bevin," accusing Bevin of accepting $200,000 in federal assistance for a family-owned Connecticut company destroyed by fire and for delinquent taxes.
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Bevin reacted testily to the charge of tax delinquency.
"That is an absolute falsehood," Bevin said, saying the tax liabilities were accrued before he took over and then later paid the back taxes.
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Bevin, 46, was accompanied by his wife, Glenna, and their nine children, four of whom they adopted from Ethiopia. The New Hampshire native was introduced by Jenean Hampton, president of the Bowling Green-Southern Kentucky Tea Party, and he has been endorsed by several Kentucky tea party groups.
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But Bevin said McConnell's attempt to grab the mantle of the tea party won't work. He said McConnell is part of a Washington elite; has voted nine times to increase the federal debt ceiling; and has failed to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which Republicans call "Obamacare."
He said McConnell has demonstrated "an insatiable, unending support for pork barrel spending" and "voted to raise his own pay at least five times. Bevin called for an end to earmark spending which he characterized as "the dirty, filthy grease that allows bad legislation to pass. He also criticized McConnell votes on the Patriot Act and immigration.
He wouldn't say how much money he expects to raise or how much of his personal wealth he is willing to contribute but he said he will have enough to run a credible campaign.
Bevin is hitting McConnell on some of the same issues as Alison Lundergan Grimes, the likely Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate, especially McConnell's nearly three decades in office and votes to increase his own pay.
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It forces McConnell to turn his attention from Grimes to Bevin and forces him to expend at least some of the $9.6 million in cash he has on hand to combat a fellow Republican rather than Grimes.
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Bevin has never run for office before. He was an officer in the U.S. Army and moved to Kentucky in 1999, working with National Asset Management. According to his official biography, in 2008 Bevin joined his family-owned bell manufacturing company - Bevin Brothers - in Connecticut. That's the company that accepted federal assistance and faced the delinquent taxes cited by the McConnell campaign.
Bevin became president of the company in 2011 and "paid off all the company's debts and back taxes, modernized the business model and saved more than 200 jobs," according to the biography.
Republican senate candidate - Matt ...
www.lebanonenterprise.com, 11 May 2014 [cached]
Republican senate candidate - Matt Bevin
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Matt Bevin was born in Shelburne, New Hampshire, as the second of six children. He attended Washington and Lee University in Virginia on a four-year ROTC scholarship.
After graduating from college in 1989, Bevin joined the U.S. Army as a commissioned officer. He served for four years attaining the rank of captain.
In 2008, he started working at Bevin Bros., a bell manufacturing company that has been in his family since 1832. In 2011, Bevin became the president of the company.
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