Trey Grayson

Government
12:26 pm
Thu May 22, 2014

Former Secretary of State Grayson Named President of N. Ky. Chamber of Commerce

Credit iop.harvard.edu

Former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson is the next  president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Grayson resigned as secretary of state in early 2011 before taking a position as director of Harvard University’s Institute of Politics. He resigned from that position in April.

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Politics
3:16 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

Former Ky. Secretary of State Grayson Resigns From Harvard; Eyes Move Home

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Former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson is resigning from his position as director of Harvard University’s Institute of Politics.

Grayson said he hopes to come back to the commonwealth to explore “a couple opportunities” but doesn’t have plans to enter the 2015 race for governor.

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Higher Education
4:12 pm
Mon February 17, 2014

Former KY Sec. State Grayson Passed Over for Transy-U President's Position

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 Transylvania University's new president comes to Kentucky from New England, but not Harvard.  Dr. Seamus Carey will lead the Lexington private school. He is currently the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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Higher Education
3:05 pm
Thu January 23, 2014

Rumored MSU Presidential Candidate Finalist for Transy's Top Spot

 

Former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson is a finalist to be Transylvania University’s next President. 

After losing the U.S. Senate Republican primary to Rand Paul, Grayson left the Secretary of State’s office to be the director of the Harvard Institute of Politics. He’s held the post since 2011.

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Politics
4:11 pm
Tue June 11, 2013

Trey Grayson Weighs-in on Tea Party Finding Viable Challenger to Mitch McConnell

Originally published on Tue June 11, 2013 1:03 pm

Former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson says Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell will likely have a primary battle, but questions if that candidate will provide a viable challenge.

In an interview with Politico this week, McConnell acknowledged he might have a GOP opponent but boasted "there is not any chance" he could lose such a race.

Tea Party leaders in the state have promised a challenger is forthcoming who will take on McConnell's positions from a more conservative viewpoint, but no one has stepped up at this time.

Grayson was a McConnell protégé who lost to Rand Paul in the 2010 Republican primary.

He says McConnell has done a good job of keeping the state GOP unified and made solid partnerships with libertarian and tea party leaning lawmakers.

"I think the question is there going to be somebody out there who can give him a real run for the money, and it doesn’t look like it. There’s certainly a group of folks—some tea party leaders and others, David Adams for example—who are trying to find a candidate who can take him on. And everyday that candidate’s not in the race it becomes that much harder of a proposition," he says.

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