A mayoral forum on Lexington's future, sponsored by University of Kentucky student government, was held Wednesday morning on the U.K. campus. The candidates were L-R: Kevin Stinnett, Ike Lawrence, Teresa Isaac, Skip Horine, Linda Gorton, Ronnie Bastin. The top two vote winners in the May 22 primary will advance to the general election in November.
A mayoral forum on Lexington's future, sponsored by University of Kentucky student government, was held Wednesday morning on the U.K. campus. The candidates were L-R: Kevin Stinnett, Ike Lawrence, Teresa Isaac, Skip Horine, Linda Gorton, Ronnie Bastin. The top two vote winners in the May 22 primary will advance to the general election in November. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
A mayoral forum on Lexington's future, sponsored by University of Kentucky student government, was held Wednesday morning on the U.K. campus. The candidates were L-R: Kevin Stinnett, Ike Lawrence, Teresa Isaac, Skip Horine, Linda Gorton, Ronnie Bastin. The top two vote winners in the May 22 primary will advance to the general election in November. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

What does a 7-person mayoral race look like? Well, it's messy. We saw that today.

April 25, 2018 03:16 PM