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  Originally Published on: 3/14/2014

The Richland County Democratic Central Committee has selected Phil Naumoff as a candidate for Common Pleas Court Judge. Naumoff of Mansfield, unanimously received the committee members’ approval at their meeting Thursday.

The committee says the recent resignation and retirement of long-time Judge James Henson necessitated the action. Naumoff will appear on the November General Election ballot.

Since 2010, Naumoff has served as magistrate for the Mansfield Municipal Court. Naumoff is a 1993 graduate of the University of Toledo law school and was in private practice for 16 years. Naumoff earned his undergraduate degree from Miami University.

Governor John Kasich appointed First Assistant Prosecutor Brent Robinson to replace Henson. Robinson will have to run in November to retain the seat for the remainder of the unexpired term which ends Jan. 1, 2017.

   
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