The race for Louisville mayor just took a major swerve with the addition of David Nicholson, the Jefferson County Circuit Court Clerk.
Sound familiar? His signature in on your driver’s license.
Nicholson is well-connected to the judicial and law enforcement systems with over 40 years of public service. A grieving family spoke at today’s campaign launch, asking Nicholson to end the scourge of gun violence that has taken their 19-year-old son.
Nicholson’s campaign is based on the restoration of safety on Louisville’s streets as the city suffers from the worst homicide rates in its history.
Current Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer was elected as an outsider with no government experience but success in business funded by his family. He seems to have few answers as to how to solve the city’s crisis of rampant murders.
Craig Greenberg, the top fundraiser in the race for mayor, is saddled with the same resume as Fischer. He’s had some business success launched from family privilege, but not much else. What’s his plan to solve the homicide crisis? A focus on equity.
Nicholson delivered a complete plan to push back against Louisville’s crime conundrum. We spoke today on WHAS Radio hours after he officially launched his campaign.