Democrat Craig Greenberg defeated seven other rivals to win the party’s mayoral primary in Louisville, Ky. Tuesday — three months after he survived an assassination attempt by a Black Lives Matter activist.
Craig Greenberg secured victory by capturing 41.4% of the primary vote, defeating his nearest rival by nearly 20 percentage points, according to WDRB.
“Working together to make Louisville a safer city is my number one priority,” he told supporters in his victory speech.
“I’m just really excited about the future, about the general election campaign, and hopefully beyond,” Greenberg told reporters after his remarks. “I want to bring the entire city...