On February 3, 2016, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced his candidacy for the U.S. presidency.
After that announcement, the city’s media reported that Fischer was considering running for the Republican nomination.
Fischer is a long-time Republican, and he has been a member of the House of Representatives for nearly 30 years.
On January 28, 2016 Fischer formally announced his intention to run for president.
The Louisville Courier-Journal reported that the Louisville mayor has raised $2.7 million in the last month.
The report said that Fischer raised more than $7 million for his presidential campaign.
In April, Fischer was quoted as saying, “I would like to be the president of the United States, and I have a lot of ideas that would be a good start.
If that’s what we have to do, I would be happy to join the race.”
On February 4, 2016 Louisville Mayor Fischer told the Louisville Metro Times that he would like the federal government to increase the minimum wage.
Fischer also said that he is interested in appointing a new U.N. Ambassador.
On February 11, 2016 The New York Times reported that Louisville Mayor Jim Gray said he would run for the White House as a Democrat.
Gray has also been a long time Republican, having served as a congressman from the district in which Louisville is located.
He was a member to the House Republican Caucus and has a record of supporting conservative causes.
In a March 15, 2016 interview with The Wall Street Journal, Gray said that his presidential run is not a political move.
Gray said: “I am not a politician.
I am a businessperson, and my goal is to help the business community succeed, and that’s my primary focus.”
Gray is one of five candidates vying to become Louisville’s next mayor.