Louisville mayoral contender David Nicholson is the first to buy ad time in Louisville as he seeks to compete for the Democratic nomination on May 17.
The 30-second ad titled Listen, Learn, Lead makes a case for improvements across each neighborhood in Jefferson County.
“We’ll focus the Office of Neighborhoods to do rapid response on city services and get things done for people,” he says in the ad.
Nicholson purchased 27 ad spots on WHAS 11 totaling $6,495, according to the stations FCC public inspection file. According to the report, the ads are slated to run until March 20. The campaign also purchased 20 spots running through Monday with WDRB for $9,950. Another 10 spots were purchased on WLKY for $10,200. They also purchased ad space with WAVE for 28 spots totaling $11,350.
Nicholson is the current Jefferson Co. Circuit Court Clerk. He has raised more than $420,000 for the election. Also running is Craig Greenberg who has $800,000 in the bank and a majority of the endorsements in the Democratic primary. Shameka Parrish Wright and Tim Findley Jr., have also raised money for the Democratic primary.