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Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Ind. Courts - Floyd County Circuit Court Judge J. Terrance Cody will keep his seat for another six years

Updating this ILB post from Nov. 2nd, which was headed "Prosecutor Keith Henderson running for Floyd Circuit Judge, while awaiting Supreme Court decision on disciplinary charges," Madeleine Winer of the Louisville Courier Journal reports this morning:

Incumbent Floyd County Circuit Court Judge J. Terrance Cody will keep his seat for another six years.

Cody defeated Republican Keith Henderson with 53 percent of the vote to Henderson's 47 percent.

Both Henderson and Cody are well-known Floyd County lawyers who have served in their respective positions for over 10 years. Cody, a Democrat, has served as the county's circuit court judge for 18 years. * * *

In other races, Floyd County Democrats didn't fair as well.

According to this ILB post quoting a News & Tribune story, "Henderson has two years left in his current term as prosecutor."

Posted by Marcia Oddi on November 9, 2016 08:57 AM
Posted to Indiana Courts