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.