Back in the early 1960s, P.K. Wrigley, the owner of the Chicago Cubs, tried an experiment called “the College of Coaches.”
Instead of having a full-time field manager, Wrigley devised a system where eight coaches rotated between the major league team and its minor league affiliates, each coach running the Cubs for just portions of two seasons.
One wonders if Louisville mayoral candidate Jim King has something similar in mind.
King, a Democrat who represents District 10 on the Louisville Metro Council, recently sent out an invitation to a fundraiser scheduled for Wednesday. In the invitation, he lists no fewer than six political consultants as co-hosts of the event.
And he's looking for more.
Democrat Danny Briscoe said King called him recently wanting to hire him.
King already has four Democratic consultants and two Republican ones on his team.
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