Mike Nemes unlikely to challenge Congressman Yarmuth, says he's eying another office
09/10/2013 02:12 PM
Former Republican state Rep. Mike Nemes told Pure Politics on Tuesday that he is “not actively seeking” to challenge Democratic U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth of Louisville in 2014.
Nemes, a moderate Republican who represented a working class district in south Louisville from 2011-12, had confirmed last month that he was being encouraged to run against Yarmuth, who has cruised to re-election in recent years.
Instead of Congress, he has his sights set on running for a difference office, although he declined to say which one. Last month, he said he also was considering another run for state legislature or Louisville Metro Council.
Below the Fold
Cabinet for Health and Family Services-backed bill deletes several commissions and numerous required reports
Majority of Kentuckians not fearful of losing insurance; Congressional Budget Office says repeal will raise costs, leave millions without insurance
Gov. Bevin appoints new University of Louisville board, renaming most from previous reorganization attempt
Subscribe and get the latest political intelligence delivered to your inbox.