As Conway looks at 2015 governor's race, being a running mate is "probably not" in the cards
12/05/2012 04:06 PM
Attorney General Jack Conway, who is in his second and final term, said he will give “a good hard look at the governor’s race in 2015” — as the candidate for governor and not anyone’s running mate.
Conway is among a host of potential Democrats who could run for governor when Gov. Steve Beshear finishes his second and final term. Among those prospective candidates is Crit Luallen, the former state auditor with whom Conway is close allies.
But Conway downplayed the chances of signing on as lieutenant governor candidate with Luallen or anyone else.
Here’s that part of the interview with Pure Politics from Nov. 30:
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