Greg Stumbo Will Not Serve In A Public Office For The First Time In Nearly 30 Years

This year's election means something a little different to Floyd County native and Attorney General Greg Stumbo.

The candidate for Lt. Governor and Bruce Lunsford ran second in Tuesday's democratic primary.

That means that come November, Stumbo will not hold a political office for the first time in 28 years.

“I've actually got a son who just got admitted to the bar, and we've talked a little about maybe getting together and practicing law,” Greg Stumbo said.

“He was a great teacher, and he's a great retail politician, and he's a great public servant, an an even better democrat,” Bruce Lunsford said.

Stumbo served as a state legislator for 24 years, that includes 20 years as house majority floor leader, before taking over as attorney general in 2003.


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