Mollie Younger Noe

Politics
12:03 pm
Mon May 12, 2014

Chart: Money Gap Creates Two Tiers of Candidates in Louisville Council's District 9 Race

Metro Council District 9 candidate JP Davis holds a commanding fundraising lead in the Democratic primary
Credit http://www.kyjpdavis.com

How much does money matter in a Louisville Metro Council race?

In the crowded Democratic primary for the District 9 seat, three candidates have a huge fundraising edge in the 13-person primary election over their opponents.

University of Louisville fundraiser J.P. Davis and attorney Bill Hollander, who are vying for the seat, have reportedly raised approximately $50,000 each, according to the campaign finance reports filed 32 days ahead of Election Day.

Former assistant county attorney Chris Hartley has raised just over $37,000 in this contest.

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Politics
4:00 pm
Sun February 16, 2014

Metro Council Candidates Disappointed in Mayor Greg Fischer's Endorsement of Primary Opponent

Louisville Metro Council District 9 candidate Bill Hollander and Mayor Greg Fischer

Democrats vying for the Louisville Metro Council District 9 seat are disappointed Mayor Greg Fischer is endorsing one of their rivals in their primary election.

As WFPL’s Jacob Ryan reported, the mayor announced Saturday he is backing attorney Bill Hollander in a crowded field of 13 candidates.

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Politics
10:30 am
Mon January 13, 2014

Third Democrat Enters Louisville Metro Council District 9 Race

Democratic Council candidate Mollie Younger Noe
Credit www.mollieforlouisville.com

A third Democratic candidate has jumped in the race to replace retiring Louisville Metro Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh.

Mollie Young Noe is a real estate broker who lives in the Crescent Hill neighborhood. She also owns a franchise restaurant in the St. Matthews area.

The contest for the District 9 seat has already drawn a competitive field of candidates. Attorney Chris Hartley and gay rights activist Greg Bourke have also filed to run in the Democratic primary.

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