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

Mayor Jim Gray and Anthany Beatty restate their cases to voters a week before election

October 28, 2014 09:25 PM

UPDATED October 29, 2014 06:26 AM

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