Of the 13 Metro Council seats up for election this year, only one is not being sought by an incumbent.
In eight days, Republican voters in Jefferson County will choose a nominee who’s hoping to become Louisville’s first GOP mayor in decades.
Democrat Greg Fischer and Republican Hal Heiner have pulled ahead in their respective primaries in the Louisville mayor’s race, according to a new poll.
A resolution that asks the Kentucky League of Cities to refund some of Louisville’s membership dues to the organization goes before the Metro Council Thursday for a final vote.
When Republican Hal Heiner filed as a candidate for Louisville mayor, it meant he would have to give up his 19th District Metro Council seat at the end of the year. Now, four candidates are seeking to replace Heiner on the council.
Three members of the Louisville Metro Council—Democrats David Tandy and Jim King and Republican Hal Heiner—are seeking their party’s nomination in next year’s race for mayor.
On Thursday the Metro Council will vote on a 45 million dollar settlement with firefighters over miscalculated overtime.
How GOP candidates might fare in the fight for an office that’s been dominated by Democrats.
Itemized expenditures from Metro Louisville’s last three fiscal years are now online.
Louisville developer Chris Thieneman has become the first Republican to announce his candidacy in the mayor’s race.