judgeship

Breaking
3:26 pm
Fri October 26, 2012

Outgoing Kentucky State Senate President David Williams: 'We Ran an Honest Senate'

Credit LRC Public Information

The first ever Republican state Senate president will end his 12-year reign by taking a circuit court judgeship back home. David Williams will resign his leadership position and Senate seat next week to start a judgeship that he was appointed to by his chief rival, Gov. Steve Beshear.

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Developing
2:12 pm
Fri October 26, 2012

Williams Appointed as Judge

Update: David Williams said he'll run for election to the 40th Circuit Court judgeship in 2014.

Update: David Williams' appointment to the 40th Circuit judgeship will be effective Nov. 2.

Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed his rival David Williams, the state Senate president, to the 40th Circuit Judgeship. Williams, of Burkesville, was nominated on Thursday by the Judicial Nominating Commission, alongside Angela M. Capps and Stephen Douglas Hurt.

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Politics
4:07 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

Williams Interested in Judicial Appointment

Republican gubernatorial nominee David Williams

A spokesman for Kentucky Senate President David Williams says Williams would consider a judicial appointment if Governor Steve Beshear offered the position. Williams and Beshear are bitter rivals. And rumors have been swirling in Frankfort that Beshear is planning to offer Williams an open circuit court seat in his southern Kentucky district. Williams is a trial lawyer by trade. And earlier this week, Kentucky Public Radio reported that Senate Republicans have already picked a successor should Williams leave.

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