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Man Kim Davis refused marriage license to may run against her for Clerk

 David Ermold confronting Kim Davis for his right to marry.

Just when we thought Kim Davis was gone from the media forever, she has popped up not once, but twice in the news this week.

First the Kentucky Clerk infamous for denying same-sex marriage licenses after the SCOTUS ruling said she is running for re-election to keep her post, but now the same gay man she refused to serve, David Ermold, wants to campaign for the same job.

Kim Davis running for re-election

Kim Davis wants to remain Rowan County Clerk and will hit the campaign trail herself.

That defender of opposite-sex marriage, Kim Davis, is going to try and get re-elected to her post as Rowan Kentucky’s County Clerk in 2018.

She has been out of the news lately, but in light of some of the things happening to conservatives in politics lately, this may be one race to sit back and watch.

Couple can move forward with lawsuit against Kim Davis

Couple who was refused a marriage license two years ago can sue Davis for punitive damages court rues.

The two gentleman who approached the counter asking for, but were denied, a marriage license in Kentucky in 2015 are continuing their lawsuit against Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that their case which was dismissed last year can indeed continue against Davis.

Kim Davis' hometown celebrates Pride for the first time

A drag queen in Morehead Ky., Kim Davis' hometown, represents her with moxie by proxy.

MOREHEAD, Ky., - Kim Davis is in the news again, but this time it’s not about refusing marriage licenses to LGBT couples, it’s because her hometown of Morehead Kentucky had their first-ever Pride celebration last weekend, something the clerk did not attend, but was there in spirit.

Clerks in Miss. cannot use religious beliefs to deny marriage licenses

Mississippi State Capitol

On Monday a federal judge ruled that Mississippi clerks cannot refuse marriage licenses to LGBT couples because of personal religious beliefs reports Reuters. 

This is in direct conflict to House Bill 1523 passed by the state legislature that allowed clerks such religious provisions in the past.