A sheriff’s deputy who sued Williamson County commissioners for allegedly asking job candidates about their views on politics, religion, abortion and gay marriage has announced he will run for office in 2014.
Robert Lloyd, who was interviewed in March for the constable position in Precinct 3, is now aiming to unseat the commissioners’ chosen justice of the peace in that same jurisdiction. His opponent, Judge Bill Gravell, an active member of the Williamson County GOP, was unanimously appointed by commissioners in February to replace a retiring judge.
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