If Jim Gray, left, were to win Lexington's mayoral election, he would be the first mayor to win a second term in more than a decade. Former Lexington police chief Anthany Beatty looks to overcome a significant financial disadvantage to see that Gray holds office for only one term.
If Jim Gray, left, were to win Lexington's mayoral election, he would be the first mayor to win a second term in more than a decade. Former Lexington police chief Anthany Beatty looks to overcome a significant financial disadvantage to see that Gray holds office for only one term. Herald-Leader
If Jim Gray, left, were to win Lexington's mayoral election, he would be the first mayor to win a second term in more than a decade. Former Lexington police chief Anthany Beatty looks to overcome a significant financial disadvantage to see that Gray holds office for only one term. Herald-Leader

Campaign 2014 Lexington Mayor: Gray says successful track record warrants second term; Beatty says 'mistakes' mean change

October 18, 2014 04:40 PM