by Gabe Bullard Of the eight Democrats running for mayor of Louisville, three of them either hold or have previously run for public office. They are: Metro Councilmen David Tandy and Jim King and businessman and former U.S. Senate candidate Greg Fischer. In the first of two reports on the Democratic mayoral primary, WFPL’s Gabe… Continue reading Next Louisville: The Democratic Mayoral Primary, Part One
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.
Louisville Metro Councilman David Tandy has officially launched his campaign for mayor.
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.
The Salvation Army and Louisville Metro Government will distribute clothing to victims of the August 4th flood next week.
Louisville developer Chris Thieneman has become the first Republican to announce his candidacy in the mayor’s race.
Even though only one candidate has started campaigning, the fight for the Democratic nomination could be a 3-, 4- or 5-way race.
Louisville Metro Council President David Tandy says he’s still considering a bid for Metro Mayor.
Louisville Metro Council President David Tandy officials will accompany Louisville’s internal auditor and economic development director on a trip to the Cordish Company’s headquarters in the coming weeks.
Another farmers market has opened in urban Louisville.