Ken Herndon for Metro Council

Ken Herndon, Louisville-Jefferson County’s Democratic Judge-Executive, has officially filed to run for the 6th District Metro Council seat that represents Old Louisville, several South Central neighborhoods, the area surrounding the University of Louisville and a portion of downtown. The 6th District seat is currently held by Democratic Councilman George Unseld.

“I look forward to offering the residents of the 6th District the kind of high-energy, focused leadership other districts have had and that we deserve”, says Herndon.

Herndon has been a staple of Democratic politics in Louisville for decades. Via a press release today, his campaign noted that he’s been knocking on doors for six months and has already raised nearly $20,000 for the local race.

3 thoughts on “Ken Herndon for Metro Council

  1. Well, Unseld has also been a staple of Democratic politics for a long time, having already been an alderman in the old city government.

    This looks like a tough primary fight, for Herndon.

  2. Unseld has done jack for his constituency and remains horribly unavailable. Party due to his health, but, it’s high time for him to move on and retire.

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