In Logan County, he received 4,200-plus votes and he won other counties by at least 1,000 votes.
Tomblin, who is serving as the 35th governor following the resignation of former Gov. Joe Manchin, who was elected to the U.S. Senate, has helped guide West Virginia for decades as the longest-serving senate president, and he’s one step closer to becoming our elected governor.
Tomblin beat some very good gubernatorial candidates in the primary.
Most of Tomblin’s opponents have pledged to support the Democrat nominee in the October general election when he goes up against dark horse Republican nominee Bill Maloney, who beat the heavily-favored Betty Ireland in the primary.
The general election is set for October 4 and we hope everyone from Logan County casts their vote.
Congratulations, Gov. Tomblin on your special primary election win!