By MARLO BARNHART
Three attorneys have added their names to the list being considered by Gov. Parris Glendening for the vacant Washington County Circuit Court judgeship.
The new applicants are:
- Julie Hunt Blair, an attorney who practices in Washington and Frederick counties.
- William P. Nairn, an attorney with the Hagerstown firm of Urner, Nairn and Boyer.
- Thomas A. Wade, an attorney with a practice in Hagerstown.
The three attorneys responded to a notice that ran in The Daily Record on Jan. 14 seeking more applicants for the seat previously held by Daniel Moylan who retired last September.
Still in the running are previous applicants Ken Long and Kennedy Boone.
The move to readvertise the position was prompted by the withdrawal of Hagerstown attorney Gregory Bannon, who in December wrote a letter accusing Glendening of making judicial appointments based on political considerations.