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Consistently inconsistent politics

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The only thing consistent about politics is its inconsistency. Take, for starters, the race to fill the 3rd Judicial District’s Division B judgeship.

Back in January, state Sen. Rick Gallot, D-Ruston, announced he was running for the seat being vacated by retiring Judge Wayne Smith. Gallot spent almost six months campaigning for the job before deciding in mid June that he really didn’t want to be a judge after all.

The timing wasn’t right, he said, plus he had “no burning desire” to run. His withdrawal narrowed the field to local attorneys Lewis Jones, Tyler Storms and Tommy Rogers.

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