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County Clerk Kim Davis made national news two years ago when she refused to participate in granting marriage licenses to same-sex couples in Kentucky. One of the people she rejected was David Ermold. Now, he intends to run against her in next year’s election.
In the two years since then, things have quieted down in this Appalachian town previously known for a college basketball team at Morehead State University that occasionally qualifies for the NCAA tournament. Last month, Davis announced she would run for re-election and face voters for the first time since refusing to issue marriage licenses. Three other people have also filed to run against her, including Elwood Caudill Jr., who lost to Davis by just 23 votes in the 2014 Democratic primary.
This is going to be a “big” story if Ermold is able to win the Democratic primary against the the three others running. That’s not a good thing for either party nor the nation as we’ve mostly moved on. Letting it creep back into the conversation won’t help the national dialogue on more pressing issues. I’m not against anyone running for any office; if anything, I say more people should run. What I don’t like is when an issue is made of something that’s now a non-issue. The last thing we need is more more distraction from pressing needs at hand.
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