A little over a month after dropping out of the Democratic primary race for Mayor of Louisville Council President David James is endorsing buisnessman Craig Greenberg.
James and Greenberg appeared at a joint press conference on Friday announcing his support for Greenberg, and a priority between the two to improve public safety and reduce violent crime.
“When I was running, I promised to be a Mayor that listened to everyone, worked to heal the divides of our city and always supported our working families,” James said in a statement. “My commitment to those principles remains rock solid and I know Craig shares these values with me. I have worked with Craig and I trust him to do what’s best for the safety and strength of our city and our citizens. I look forward to working with him to help build the city every Louisvillian deserves.”
On Friday, Greenberg and James listed shared commitments for the city, including improving the city’s approach to public safety and reducing Louisville’s violent crime. Building a collaborative partnership between the Louisville Metro Council and the Office of the Mayor. Focusing on community development projects and city services that benefit working families.
“I’m honored to have the support of my friend David James,” Greenberg said in a press release. “David is a strong leader who always steps up when there is a tough job to do and having him in my corner means a lot. Together, we can get a lot of things done for Louisville. I’m grateful for his endorsement and encouragement.”