Grayson not concerned about potential 2011 opponents, still undecided on future
08/27/2010 10:44 AM
LOUISVILLE — Secretary of State Trey Grayson is still undecided about his plans for 2011, including running for the Republican nomination for governor or attorney general. But said his isn’t worried about potential opponents or crowded primaries, even though they will factor into his decision-making.
Speaking to cn|2 Politics before Thursday’s Farm Bureau Ham Breakfast at the Kentucky State Fair, Grayson said he has focused his interest on the offices of governor and attorney general. But Grayson, who is term-limited, also said he might sit 2011 out and return to the private sector for a while.
As for the timetable on that decision, Grayson said he still has to sit down with his family and that they decision won’t come until after the November elections.
- Reporting and video by Kenny Colston
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