Hal Heiner, a former Louisville Metro councilman, announced in March that he has entered the race for the Republican nomination for Kentucky governor. He introduced former Urban County Councilwoman KC Crosbie as his running mate. Heiner announced his candidacy at Star Manufacturing in Lexington.
Hal Heiner, a former Louisville Metro councilman, announced in March that he has entered the race for the Republican nomination for Kentucky governor. He introduced former Urban County Councilwoman KC Crosbie as his running mate. Heiner announced his candidacy at Star Manufacturing in Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader
Hal Heiner, a former Louisville Metro councilman, announced in March that he has entered the race for the Republican nomination for Kentucky governor. He introduced former Urban County Councilwoman KC Crosbie as his running mate. Heiner announced his candidacy at Star Manufacturing in Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader

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