Project SummaryBrereton C. Jones served as governor (1991-1995) and lieutenant governor (1987-1991) of Kentucky. He began his political career in West Virginia as a Republican member of the House of Delegates, before moving to Kentucky and switching his party affiliation to Democrat. In his business career, he began as a real estate developer and small-scale horse farmer, eventually founding the Airdrie Stud farm in Woodford County. In these interviews, Jones discusses his life and work, including his family history, childhood in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, and political campaigns. He also speaks of his horse farms, volunteer work, and the helicopter crash he survived in 1992. Jones focuses on the issues that defined his administration, particularly health care and economic development, and gives his opinions of other prominent political figures, such as Bill Clinton, Wallace Wilkinson, and Larry Hopkins. Jones also comments on current events at the time of the interviews, in 2003.