Casey Davis is the court clerk for Casey County, Kentucky. Like Kim Davis, with whom he shares no relation Casey Davis objected to the Supreme Court’s June ruling on same-sex marriage on religious grounds, and in response he refused to issue marriage licenses to any couples in his county.
The Casey County clerk’s office has since resumed issuing marriage licenses, and Clerk Davis says that his office will issue forms to same-sex couples. But the forms, Casey Davis said, will not include his signature and authorization, nor will they include the signature and authorization of any of his deputy clerks.
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Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear speaks at picnic in Fancy Farm, Kentucky, on Aug. 2, 2014. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis (R) speaks alongside presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee (L) at a rally celebrating her release from jail in September. (Photo by Ty Wright/Getty Images)