Fate of Guymon's insurance license on hold
A former Mitchell man convicted of voting twice in the June 2013 election will keep his insurance license -- for now at least.
Craig Guymon, 55, now of Platte, owns an insurance agency and was scheduled for a hearing Feb. 28 with the state Office of Hearing Examiners. The hearing was canceled, said Larry Deiter, assistant director of the state Division of Insurance.
"A final decision is pending from the Office of Hearing Examiners," Deiter said. "Until we get the notice or decision, I won't know for sure why the hearing was canceled."
In the meantime, Guymon retains his insurance license.
Guymon pleaded guilty to voting twice in an election -- a felony -- in July. He was sentenced in September to 30 days in jail. He admitted to submitting an absentee ballot on June 4 and also voting at the polling place the same day.