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It All Started with Coffee ☕️

Taking a Stand Against Tyranny

When Gov. Beshear implemented his tyrannical mandates forcing small businesses to close their doors, I took a stand and refused to comply—even under the threat of being thrown in jail.

Our story was covered both locally and nationally, and then a movement was born.

United We Stand, Divided We Fall.

Let’s Get Back on Track

Ronald Reagan once said, “Government does not solve problems, it subsidizes them.” That is exactly what Kentuckians are experiencing in the midst of the pandemic.

My name is Andrew Cooperrider, I am a husband, father and businessman, not a career politician. I am running for the Kentucky State Senate because I am tired of politicians who will say anything to get elected, and then do absolutely nothing.

As a businessman, I have helped create good jobs, balanced budgets and tackled complex issues. In Central Kentucky, the politicians think that spending more of your money is the way to solve problems. While here at home, we figure out ways to operate our businesses more efficiently and we work hard to balance the family budget.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is facing enormous issues due to government over-reach and out of control spending. Career politicians are using the pandemic as an excuse to justify their incompetence, and I am here to hold them accountable.

In the midst of the pandemic, my coffee shop continued operating safely despite the governor’s ridiculous mandates. It took a little common-sense, and a lot of hard work to stay safe, but we got the job done – despite government interference.

With your help, we can get the job done in District 22 too. I am asking for your vote, because “united we stand, divided we fall.” Working together, we can get to work delivering regulation and tax relief, balancing the budget, protecting life and preserving liberty. Please join the fight.


Andrew Cooperrider
Candidate for KY State Senate District 22

How It All Started

November
2020

Brewed Refuses to Comply with Beshear’s Mandates

When Beshear tried to impose his tyrannical lockdowns on small businesses, Andrew stood up and refused to close his doors.

November
2020

January
2021

Andrew Filed to Impeach Gov. Andy Beshear

Andrew hand delivered over 100,000 printed petitions to impeach Beshear in response to his tyrannical and unconstitutional mandates.

January
2021

March
2021

Andrew Arranged Weekly Protests Over Backdoor Jab Mandates

When Beshear and Dr. Stack started blackmailing businesses and hospitals to force jabs on their employees, Andrew planned and executed large protests at the Capitol.

March
2021

April
2021

Andrew Sues Beshear in Federal Court

When Beshear billed Andrew over $40,000 to punish him for exercising his First Amendment right to petition for impeachment, Andrew filed Cooperrider v. Beshear in federal court.

April
2021

July
2021

Andrew Declares His Candidacy for State Senate

After growing increasingly frustrated with the do-nothing politicians in Frankfort, Andrew decided it was time for him to go to Frankfort and shake things up on behalf of fed-up Kentuckians.

July
2021

Your Support is Vital

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I can’t go about this alone. Join our campaign and let’s make some waves in Frankfort. There’s a role for everyone.

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