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LITTLE ROCK (Arkansas News Bureau) — Lawyer Tim Cullen announced Monday he intends to run for the state Supreme Court seat being vacated by retiring Justice Donald Corbin.

Cullen, who lives in Maumelle and practices in Little Rock, is the second candidate to announce for the seat. State Court of Appeals Judge Robin Wynne of Fordyce announced his intention to run in June.

This year's nonpartisan judicial elections will be held May 20, along with party primaries.

Court of Appeals Judge Rhonda Wood of Conway is currently unopposed for the seat now held by Justice Clint Hoofman, who was appointed by Gov. Mike Beebe in 2012 to replace retired Justice Robert Brown. As an appointee, Hoofman cannot run for the seat.

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LITTLE ROCK — Lawyer Tim Cullen announced Monday he intends to run for the state Supreme Court seat being vacated by retiring Justice Donald Corbin.

Cullen, who lives in Maumelle and practices in Little Rock, is the second candidate to announce for the seat. State Court of Appeals Judge Robin Wynne of Fordyce announced his intention to run in June.

This year’s nonpartisan judicial elections will be held May 20, along with party primaries.

Court of Appeals Judge Rhonda Wood of Conway is currently unopposed for the seat now held by Justice Clint Hoofman, who was appointed by Gov. Mike Beebe in 2012 to replace retired Justice Robert Brown. As an appointee, Hoofman cannot run for the seat.

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