Former New York Mayor and former Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani will be in Louisville tomorrow, attending two campaign events in support of Hopkins County Attorney Todd P’Pool, the Republican nominee in next month’s election for Kentucky Attorney General.
Mayor Giuliani will join Todd P’Pool at a rally with supporters along with a press conference that will include police, firefighters, and law enforcement officials.
“Mayor Giuliani a role model and textbook example of defined leadership,” said P’Pool. “At a time when Kentucky suffers from a lack of strong leadership – especially in the Attorney General’s office, it is an extreme honor to be joined in Kentucky by America’s Mayor.”
P’Pool extolled Giuliani’s record as a crime fighter, mentioning his service as a highly successful prosecutor and later as US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. “As mayor, he highlighted crime reduction and law enforcement. In the aftermath of the attack on the World Trade Center, Mayor Giuliani gained international recognition for his impeccable leadership in the wake of the worst attack on American soil.”
“Mayor Giuliani has stood shoulder-to-shoulder with law enforcement throughout his entire public career,” said P’Pool “Kentucky needs an Attorney General that has the support of those on the front lines, which is why I’m proud to have the endorsement of the FOP.”
The "Countdown to Victory Rally" is scheduled for Wednesday, October 26th, at 3:00 p.m., at the Crowne Plaza Hotel (Coronet Room) 830 Phillips Lane, Louisville. To RSVP, contact David Ray at David@toddppool.com .
A private reception with Mayor Giuliani will follow, from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm, at Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant, 150 S. 5th St., Louisville. For more information on the reception, or to RSVP, please contact Paige Burton at email@example.com .
Mayor Giuliani is the latest in a string of high-profile Republicans to campaign for P’Pool including Governor Mike Huckabee, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, and Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
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