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5:56 am
Thu July 18, 2013

Kentucky's Lieutenant Governor Close to Making Decision on 2015 Race

Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson

Kentucky’s Lieutenant Governor says he may announce his intentions regarding a run for governor before or shortly after the August 3rd Fancy Farm Picnic.  Jerry Abramson has served as Kentucky’s Lieutenant Governor since 2012 and previously served as Louisville Mayor for 21 years.

Abramson is one of a number of democrats discussing a run for the office including term limited Attorney General Jack Conway and former State Auditor Crit Luallen.

Abramson says current polls show he could win a race for Governor, but he’s undecided on whether or not to run.

“I’m going through this yes, no, up down,” said Abramson.  “If you’re going to spend a year and a half hour to raise $15 million and once you win the question becomes can you really be a transformational public servant and make a significant difference in the future of Kentucky? That’s what I’m thinking through.”

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