Earlier today the Republican mayoral candidates — Metro Councilman Hal Heiner, R-19, developer Chris Thieneman and small-business owner Jonathan Robertson — got together in downtown Louisville to discuss the issues during the monthly Louisville Forum. It should be noted that Louisville hasn’t had a Republican mayor in four decades, and since merger, the Democrats have had solid control of both branches.
However, the three GOP candidates vying for the Mayor’s Office sincerely believe that will change in 2010. They fielded questions about the Metro Government budget, library funding, ethics and other topics.
Don’t worry if you missed it because WFPL has audio of the debate.