Kynect is the opposite of broken.
Elections have consequences.
Legislation to make rights restoration automatic remains pending in the legislature.
Even Matt Bevin, the incoming Tea Party governor, supports rights restoration.
This is the biggest win Davis could have hoped for.
Were Tuesday’s results surprising? Yes. Were they fraudulent? Almost certainly no.
Kim Davis’s partisan affiliation never mattered to anyone except her (exclusively Republican) defenders.
A fine wasn’t enough, as she could have paid it (with the help of conservative donors) and continued to break law.
Jail is, after all, where people usually go when they insist on breaking the law.
God hates adulterers wayyyyy more than God hates gays, but no matter for County Clerk/Minister of God Kim Davis.
Kim Davis is fighting the law. When will the law win?
Davis couldn’t get three Supreme Court justices to agree that her appeal deserved to be heard.
County clerk is an elected office in Kentucky.