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Yes, this is the REAL Gov's plate. No, he wasn't in the car when it was removed and scanned. Lets just say it's good to have friends in high places!

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This plate from a previous administration was used for special events, such as away trips, Gov conferences, Parades and such.

LEGISLATURE

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Above: 1957 base with 67 expiration. (eBay photo)

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Above: The 67-69 session started these unique plates which are still the type used today. (eBay photo)

1977-1979 issue
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eBay photo

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Above: 1979-81 Legislature plate. (eBay photo)

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Above: 1991-93 Legislature plate. (eBay photo)

SENATE

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Above: Senate with 63 renewal sticker. (eBay photo)

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Above: 1969-71 Senate plate. (eBay photo)

Dave's plate

Above: 1981-83 Senate. (DS collection)

Oddly enough, the Governor seldom uses the number one plate. The current Gov's car wears regular passenger plates around town. The number one plate is only put on for special functions when he wants to be noticed. The normal day to day commute gets snarled with people driving too close looking at the car otherwise!