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January 9, 2010

Keeling files for re-election to post

Judge Ken Keeling has announced that he will run for re-election as judge of the 278th District Court, which serves the counties of Walker, Madison and Leon.

The District Court handles major civil cases and felony criminal cases. Judge Keeling was first elected to this office in 2002 and again in 2006.

Keeling was born and raised in Leon County and is a graduate of Sam Houston State University and South Texas College of Law. He first began his law practice in Huntsville 40 years ago.

He and his wife Kay have three grown children, who were all raised in Huntsville, and four grandchildren. The Keelings reside in Elkins Lake in Huntsville.

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