From left, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray shook hands with moderator Tom Martin on Thursday morning and mayoral candidates Danny Mayer and Anthany Beatty shook hands after a mayoral candidate debate at the University of Kentucky hosted by The Lexington Forum. Gray is seeking re-election. The two candidates who receive the most votes in the primary May 20 will face each other in the November election.
From left, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray shook hands with moderator Tom Martin on Thursday morning and mayoral candidates Danny Mayer and Anthany Beatty shook hands after a mayoral candidate debate at the University of Kentucky hosted by The Lexington Forum. Gray is seeking re-election. The two candidates who receive the most votes in the primary May 20 will face each other in the November election. Herald-Leader
From left, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray shook hands with moderator Tom Martin on Thursday morning and mayoral candidates Danny Mayer and Anthany Beatty shook hands after a mayoral candidate debate at the University of Kentucky hosted by The Lexington Forum. Gray is seeking re-election. The two candidates who receive the most votes in the primary May 20 will face each other in the November election. Herald-Leader

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