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George Bray Wins The Paducah Mayoral Race

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The City of Paducah selected businessman George Bray as its next mayor.

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This report is part of a series produced by WKMS News highlighting races appearing on the 2020 general election ballot.

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Candidates for Paducah’s mayoral office and the District 3 State Representative seat faced off in a candidate forum today hosted by the Paducah Chamber of Commerce. Each responded to a range of issues posed by commerce members and local media.

Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce

The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a debate Thursday for candidates seeking to represent the city in city hall and in Frankfort. 

Paducah-McCracken County NAACP

The three men looking to replace Paducah Mayor Brandi Harless appeared onstage at a forum Thursday hosted by the Paducah-McCracken County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

City of Paducah

Three candidates vying to become Paducah’s next mayor will pitch their vision for the city at a candidate forum Thursday, September 24, hosted by the Paducah-McCracken County chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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The Paducah Board of Commissioners is debating the future of a plan to redevelop a portion of the city’s downtown.

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  Paducah Mayor Brandi Harless’ re-election bid ended after failing to advance in June’s mayoral primary election, leaving businessman George Bray and Mayor Pro Tem Richard Abraham vying to be the city’s next mayor this fall.

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The Paducah City Commission approved an amendment Tuesday night revising the city’s ‘fairness ordinance’ to protect religious liberty.

OFFICIAL HEADSHOT, CITY OF PADUCAH

Paducah City Commissioner Richard Abraham introduced a revised amendment Tuesday to amend the city’s ‘fairness ordinance.’

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