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Yeah, former governor having another kid.

1930: American olitician Huey Pierce Long, (1893 - 1935), Governor of Louisiana, (1928 - 1931), and a US senator, (1930 - 1935). He was assassinated in Louisiana.

American olitician Huey Pierce Long, - Governor of Louisiana, - and a US senator, - He was assassinated in Louisiana.

When it comes to Louisiana politics no one is quite as famous, or infamous depending on your stance, than Governor Huey P Long. Among other things, he was known for his bridge construction. This Particular bridge was built under two administrations and of course is co-named for Governor Long as well.

When it comes to Louisiana politics no one is quite as famous, or infamous depending on your stance, than Governor Huey P Long. Among other things, he was known for his bridge construction. This Particular bridge was built under two administrations and of course is co-named for Governor Long as well.

Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge was completed in 1932 and is viewed as a monument to Huey Long, the governor who was immortalized in Robert Penn Warren's book "All the King's Men." At 450 feet tall and 34 stories, it is the tallest state capitol building in the United States. It was designed by Weiss, Dreyfous, and Seiferth.

Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge was completed in 1932 and is viewed as a monument to Huey Long

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