The Metro Council will likely be responsible for considering nominations and appointing a new Davidson County Criminal Court clerk to replace David Torrence, who is resigning following a Channel 4 report that showed him working modest hours and improperly using a company car to buy wine. As part of the process, citizens will have seven days to submit replacement nominations, names of whom would then be sent to the Nashville Bar Association to poll its members and offer recommendations. A potential candidate to replace Torrence might be current Councilman Michael Craddock, who lost to Torrence in the 2010 Democratic primary for the clerk's job. Craddock considered a mayoral race before deciding to recently end the effort. Who would you like to see replace Torrence?