The Knox County chancellor for the Part II post officially unveiled his campaign website www.darylfansler.com today.
“We are very pleased to announce the launch of darylfansler.com so that the voters of Knox County are given the ability to sign up for campaign updates, volunteer, contribute, or just to learn about how Daryl Fansler has served the people and legal community for over two decades," said Tim Priest, Treasurer for the Committee to Re-Elect, in a released statement.
Chancellor Fansler began practicing law at Bond, Carpenter, & O'Connor before co-founding what is now Stokes, Williams, Sharp and Davies in 1989.
He was elected as Knox County Chancellor, Part II, Sixth Judicial District, State of Tennessee in 1998, and subsequently re-elected in 2006, the news release states.
He is a member of the Tennessee Judicial Conference where he has served one term as secretary and several terms on the Executive Committee. He is the past President of the Tennessee Trial Judges Association, as well as a member of the American Bar Association, Judicial Division, and the National Conference of State Trial Courts, where he served as a delegate from 2008-2010.
Chancellor Fansler is married to his wife Phyllis, and a proud father and grandfather to three children and five grandchildren.
Fansler, a Democrat, will take on Clarence Pridemore, a Republican, in the August general election. Neither has an opponent in the May primaries.