Conway has determined that Abramson has the authority to negotiate and enter into such contracts without council approval.
Louisville Metro Councilman Jim King formally declared his candidacy for Metro Mayor Wednesday.
Louisville Metro Councilman Jim King will announce Wednesday that he’ll run for the office of metro mayor next year. King will be the third Democrat to formally announce his candidacy, following fellow councilman David Tandy and businessman Greg Fischer. He was first elected to the council in 2005 and is currently chairman of the budget committee.… Continue reading Jim King To Announce Candidacy For Mayor
Louisville Metro Council President David Tandy said he would file paperwork Monday with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance, declaring his intent to run for the office of Louisville Metro Mayor. The move allows Tandy to being raising money in his bid to succeed fellow Democrat Jerry Abramson, who will run for Lt. Governor instead of seeking… Continue reading Tandy Running For Metro Mayor
The politician with strong support in Louisville’s south end has decided not to run for metro mayor.
As prospective candidates for Louisville metro mayor decide whether to enter the race, the current occupant of the office says he won’t announce an endorsement anytime soon. Mayor Jerry Abramson says he won’t back a candidate until next spring. “I’m not going to support anyone particular other than when the primary’s over, I’ll support the… Continue reading Abramson: No Early Endorsement For Mayor
Even though only one candidate has started campaigning, the fight for the Democratic nomination could be a 3-, 4- or 5-way race.
Republican Louisville Metro Councilman Kelly Downard says he will not seek the Metro Mayor’s office next year.
Louisville Metro Council President David Tandy says he’s still considering a bid for Metro Mayor.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson hopes his legacy as “Mayor for Life” is one that points to a positive change in a city’s attitude. Abramson announced yesterday he’s not running for re-election to a sixth term as Mayor, but will instead run for Lt. Governor of Kentucky. Abramson says Louisville has changed a lot from when… Continue reading Abramson Hopes 'Mayor For Life' Legacy is Positive