For this week’s edition of State of the News we’re going to start with a look at our enivorment (chemicals in the water, anyone?). Next, with less than a month left until JCPS starts back to school, we’ll get an update on reivews, raises and lawsuits. Finally, it’s politicking time again and we’ll hear what happened at the debates this week for the Mayor and Senate races. Join us Friday for this week’s State of the News.
Three candidates for Louisville mayor quizzed and criticized each other Wednesday evening during a debate at Bellarmine University.
This is the third debate of the general election campaign, but only the second to feature three candidates—Democrat Greg Fischer, Republican Hal Heiner and independent Jackie Green. It will be the first time the three will ask questions of each other.
Independent candidate Jackie Green filed his paperwork to run in the Louisville mayor’s race Wednesday. Green has been a near-constant presence in the mayor’s race since he declared his intent to run last year.
It looks like the political season is getting into full swing again. This week we saw debates between the Louisville mayoral candidates on Wednesday and the US Senate candidates on Thursday. In between, we got some news about museum plaza, and unemployment benefits, to name a few things. After we talk about Metro news, we’ll move out into the state and hear about a fraud investigation in Lexington and that darn leaking mustard gas. Join us Friday for State of the News on State of Affairs. Listen to the Show
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.
by Gabe Bullard Former Democratic mayoral candidate Tyler Allen says he will continue to push his signature issue in the general election, even though he’s no longer in the running. Allen finished fourth in last week’s Democratic primary. He ran a grassroots campaign focused on opposition to the Ohio River Bridges Project, and the possibility… Continue reading Tyler Allen Says Bridges Could Still Be An Issue In The Mayor's Race
Even though they won the major party primaries, Republican Hal Heiner and Democrat Greg Fischer aren’t the only candidates for mayor. Independent Jackie Green says he hopes to make that clear as the general election nears.
Transportation and education were among the main topics of discussion Thursday as nine candidates for Louisville mayor took part in a forum at DuPont Manual High School.