Greenberg On Air With Crime Related Ad; GOP Super PAC Tries to Tie Him to Greg Fischer

Ah. The cool and crisp fall air, trees beginning to change colors, and candidates and their affiliated action committees battling it out on the airwaves – it’s Election Season.

In the open seat race for the next mayor of Louisville, Craig Greenberg holds a two-to-one money advantage and is pouring a substantial amount into TV ads. His latest ad campaign targets the ever-rising crime rate in Louisville.

A super PAC affiliated with U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell is also on-air, with a much smaller $90,000 television buy. Their ad is making Greenberg a continuation of current Democratic Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer’s administration. Courier-Journal reporter Joe Sonka first reported the ad on Twitter.

Democratic voters in Louisville far outnumber Republican voters. Kentuckians head to the polls on November 8 to decide who will represent them.