From left, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Danny Mayer and Anthany Beatty listened to a question from the audience Thursday morning as The Lexington Forum hosted the first mayoral debate of the primary season. Gray is running for re-election against Mayer and Beatty.
From left, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Danny Mayer and Anthany Beatty listened to a question from the audience Thursday morning as The Lexington Forum hosted the first mayoral debate of the primary season. Gray is running for re-election against Mayer and Beatty. Herald-Leader
From left, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Danny Mayer and Anthany Beatty listened to a question from the audience Thursday morning as The Lexington Forum hosted the first mayoral debate of the primary season. Gray is running for re-election against Mayer and Beatty. Herald-Leader

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