Republican Hal Heiner asked Democrat Greg Fischer whether he would support a bond for Museum Plaza that he has criticized Heiner for voting against on the Metro Council. Independent candidate Jackie Green asked Heiner a question about sustainable development he’d previously posed to Fischer.
As the countdown to Election Day continues, we’ll hear what the candidates for Louisville mayor have to say about issues related to downtown, in a debate sponsored by the Louisville Downtown Management District and Downtown Development Corp. Join us on Friday for live coverage of the debate beginning at noon, followed by analysis with our political experts. Listen to the Show
Some familiar campaign themes re-emerged Monday at a mayoral debate sponsored by Greater Louisville Inc.
The debate focused on business issues, but the candidates discussed other topics as well, and frequently criticized each other’s positions.
On Wednesday, the two candidates will address a meeting of the Louisville Forum. They will take questions from the audience, and each other. Forum President Dot Ridings says most previous debates have been sponsored by single-issue organizations, and she’s anticipating a less narrow discussion.
Three candidates for Louisville mayor quizzed and criticized each other Wednesday evening during a debate at Bellarmine University.
U.S. Senate candidates Jack Conway and Rand Paul shared a stage Thursday for the first time since the May primary, and each candidate accused the other of being too extreme.
Democrat Greg Fischer, Republican Hal Heiner and independent Jackie Green all have experience running businesses, and they were asked about their strategies for fostering entrepeneurship in Louisville.
This is the first debate with the three candidates since the May primary. Green was not invited to a forum last month, and was added to the Venture Club program Tuesday. Program chair Lynn Allen says Green’s omission was an oversight.
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