Sean Delahanty Discusses Tools To Make An Informed Decision Judge Sean Delahanty of Jefferson County District Court discusses the Louisville Bar Association’s judicial candidate poll and his endorsement by Citizens For Better Judges. Visit the campaign...
There’s nothing timid about those in the 2018 Dainty Contest Supriya Sridhar, Louisville Courier JournalPublished 7:34 p.m. ET July 30, 2018 | Updated 10:03 a.m. ET Aug. 1, 2018 Correction: This story has been updated to reflect the correct spelling of Hauck’s Handy Store and the
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2018 Voter Guide District Court Judges Reposted from Courier-Journal May 16 2018 “Kentucky voters will cast ballots May 22 in Democratic and Republican primaries, and in Louisville the races include contests for mayor, Metro Council, Congress and the statehouse. To help sort out who is
The campaign and Sean Delahanty are humbled by and proud to announce Teamsters Local 89 (UPS) endorses Judge Delahanty for re-election. Sean Delahanty has served our community as Judge for District Court Division 6 and deserves re-election. This union represents UPS workers, UPS is an
District court judge candidates meet with voters at community forum “They’re very informative and it’s a nice educational piece to try to give people a chance to understand the differences between the various candidates.” – Sean Delahanty Author: Dennis Ting
Wednesday, WAVE 3 News observed Judge Sean Delahanty questioning the risk assessment on Christopher Sindelar, 32. Sindelar was charged with attempted murder, kidnapping and assault of a woman. He was listed as a moderate risk on the assessment. The judge read from his criminal file,