Kim Davis recently announced her plan to seek reelection as Rowan County Clerk for next year’s election. Davis is the Kentucky clerk who is infamous for denying same-sex marriage licenses in 2015.
Davis went to jail for six days for refusing to issue same-sex marriage certificates. Since then, she considered herself an anti-gay marriage campaigner.
However, now she has new competition for her seat. David Ermold, one of the gay men who she denied a marriage license to, is considering a run for her seat.
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He asserted, “If Kim Davis was reelected in that position without an appropriate fight, I’d probably regret it for the rest of my life.”
Ermold, who is the only Democrat to run against Davis, believes he could win but worries about raising money since it is his first time running for public office.
He stated, “I think I could win. I don’t think that she has learned anything from the experience at all.”
He added, “I really, truly think that she feels like she is right. I really don’t think she cares at all about what civil rights are.”
You can watch the video of Davis deny a marriage license to Ermold and his partner, David Moore:
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