Grayson says attorney general match-up against Conway could be 'fun'
11/10/2010 07:18 PM
Republican Secretary of State Trey Grayson said on Pure Politics that he’s still considering running for attorney general and that if incumbent Jack Conway, a Democrat, seeks a second term it could be a “fun” race.
“It might be kind of a fun matchup. You guys might enjoy covering it,” he said of the media. “I have a lot of respect for Jack.”
Both Grayson and Conway suffered tough election losses this year to Rand Paul in the U.S. Senate race. Paul defeated Grayson by 23-points in the Republican primary in May and beat Conway by nearly 11.5 points last week.
“It took a while to get over it,” Grayson said.
Grayson also discussed the surprises in last week’s election, as well as whether some of the themes might play out into the 2011 elections:
- Ryan Alessi
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