by Stephanie Crosby
Todd Lally has claimed the Republican nomination in the third district congressional race. He’ll face incumbent Democrat John Yarmuth in November.
The veteran and UPS pilot says his campaign has a lot of work to do to prepare for that contest.
“Physically, we feel like taking a couple days off, but we need to get into this, we need to raise a lot of money pretty fast,” says Lally. “You come out of a primary with very low resources, so we’re going to have to re-tool and re-vamp our organization a little bit to get bigger and bigger.”
Lally won the nomination with over half the votes cast in the four-way race. Larry Hausman claimed about a quarter of the votes.