Sean Delahanty And The Opioid Crisis Are Discussed In Latest Video

By Matthew Leffler Category: 30th District Court, All News, crime, jail overcrowding, judge, louisville election, opioid, Sean Delahanty, Updates, video
Josh Hartman, a Louisville defense attorney, discusses Sean Delahanty‘s compassion for those who are touched by the opioid crisis.  Delahanty understands the to end the crime we have to address the addiction in our community.  This crisis affects us in jail over crowding and theft and Judge

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Sean Delahanty Discusses LBA Poll and CFBJ Endorsement

By Matthew Leffler Category: 2018, All News, citizens for better judges, District Court, Judge Sean Delahanty, LBA, louisville election, Updates
Visit Sean’s Video page for more videos from his Youtube channel Already Registered https://www.seandelahanty.com/wp-login.php?action=logout&redirect_to=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.seandelahanty.com%2F&_wpnonce=3fed561435 Home All News / Sean Delahanty Discusses LBA Poll and CFBJ Endorsement %d

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Supporters Of Sean Delahanty New Site

By Matthew Leffler Category: 2018 election, District Court, election 2018, Election News, fordelahanty.com, Get Involved, louisville election, Sean Delahanty, Updates, Volunteer, Voter Information
Supporters can now interact in discussion forums and help the campaign at fordelahanty.com New Supporters of Judge Sean Delahanty Site Launches fordelahanty.com The campaign is pleased to launch fordelahanty.com a site where Louisville voters can discuss the election and offer suggestions on

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Sean Delahanty New Logos And Apparel

By Matthew Leffler Category: District Court, endorsement, Endorsements, Get Involved, JCTA, lgbtq, Louisville, Sean Delahanty, shirts, store, Teachers, Updates
Judge Sean Delahanty New Logos   Better Schools Kentucky (BSK) which represents JCTA the Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) collective bargaining organization that represents Louisville’s public school teachers and educators.   CFair the political organization of the Louisville Fairness

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