Heiner Wins Republican Nomination for Louisville Mayor

by scrosby on May 18, 2010

by Stephanie Crosby

Hal Heiner has clenched the Republican party nomination in the Louisville mayor’s race. The Metro councilman claimed more than 60-percent of the vote in yesterday’s election.

His nearest competitor, Chris Theineman, tallied less than 30-percent of the vote.

Heiner urged his supporters during his victory speech to help make the general election race about issues, not personal attacks.

“Make sure they stay issue-focused,” said Heiner. “This is too important of an election to just be another political event.”

Heiner will face Democrat Greg Fischer in the general election.

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