Stumbo for governor in 2015? "Not necessarily," House Speaker says
12/28/2012 03:25 PM
House Speaker Greg Stumbo, a Prestonsburg Democrat, put himself on the “unlikely” list of potential candidates for governor in 2015 but was careful not to close the door completely.
At a wide-ranging news conference Friday, the Herald-Leader’s John Cheves first asked Stumbo whether he’s interested in running for governor when Gov. Steve Beshear’s term ends in 2015.
Watch the video to hear why he’s “not necessarily” interested in running and which Democrat he’d favor in a primary:
_(Programming note: To hear what Stumbo and other legislative leaders want to see addressed in the 2013 legislative session, watch Pure Politics on Insight’s cn|2 or check the site next week.) _
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