Monday, November 21, 2011

Liberty County DA Mike Little Not Running

Controversial Liberty County DA Mike Little announced yesterday he will not run again for District Attorney. Little has been the D.A. for Liberty County since 1983. In his 28 years of holding public office he has never had an opponent.

Two candidates have publicly announced their intention to run for District Attorney. Both Assistant County Attorney Karen McNair and attorney James Farmer have said they will sign up in the Republican primary and compete for this office. Months ago it was said that County Attorney Wes Hinch was considering entering this race, but more recently no one seems to be certain that Hinch will even run for County Attorney as rumors have swirled about his dissatisfaction with public service.

As for the Democrats, there is no word whether the three decades Mike Little spent as a Democrat translated into giving any advantage to the Liberty County Democrat Party. Liberty Dispatch wonders if Democrat Chairman Nancy Archer is scrambling to find a candidate. With Little having a large staff of attorneys, it is possible one of them may come forward.

Allegations of homosexual prisoner rape of a black man, along with his malicious prosecution, selective prosecution and official oppression have haunted Mike Little.

The sign up period has been changed to a November 28th first day and a December 16th final day.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

McNair has done a good job helping build the Republican party. She is a fair, wise, and just.

Anonymous said...

I can't really see anyone running out of the D.A.'s office now. A few years from now maybe,but not now.

Anonymous said...

To those who liked the job Little did, salute him. To those of us who didn't, enough already.

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha...he dare not run again. His sorry ass would be kicked from here to eternity. He just wants to say that he was never beat. Hell no...never an opponent 'cause everyone was afraid he would indict them if they dared run against him. I say good riddance!

Anonymous said...

Godd bye and good ridance.

Anonymous said...

A chapter in Liberty County that cant close soon enough.

Anonymous said...

b-b-b-b-bye