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Martha Sparks
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The Associated Press declared Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin the winner over Republican Bill Maloney in the West Virginia Gubernatorial race at 10:41 p.m. Tuesday night.


Others declared winners were Democrat Joe Manchin III over Republican John Raese for U.S. Senate; Democrat Nick Rahall over Rick Snuffer for U.S. House District 3 and Democrate John Perdue over Republican Mike Hall for W.Va. Treasurer.


Despite good weather in Logan County, voter turnout for the General Election held Tuesday, November 6, was only 48.35 percent of the registered voters.


Of the 12,385 votes cast, 1,849 voted a straight Democratic Party ticket and 990 voted a straight Republican Party ticket. GOP candidate Mitt Romney received the most votes in the county for president, as did Democrat and native Earl Ray Tomblin for Governor of West Virginia.


Unofficial totals for the General Election in Logan County was:


President

Mitt Romney GOP — 8,186


Barack Obama Dem — 3,461


Jill Stein Mnt — 77


Gary Johnson Lib — 85


Randall Terry NPA — 92


U.S. Senate

John Raese GOP — 2,754


Joe Manchin Dem — 8,614


Bob Baber Mnt — 169


U.S. House District 3

Rick Snuffer GOP — 3,707


Nick Rahall Dem — 7,399


Governor

Bill Maloney GOP — 2,380


Earl Ray Tomblin Dem — 9,450


Jesse Johnson Mnt — 89


David Moran Lib — 64


Supreme Court

Allen Loughry GOP — 3,489


John Yoder GOP — 2,524


Letitia Chafin Dem — 5,725


Robin Davis Dem — 5,970


Secretary of State

Brian Savilla GOP — 2,569


Natalie Tennant Dem — 8,290


Auditor

Larry Faircloth GOP — 2,840


Glen Gainer Dem — 7,356


Agriculture Commissioner

Kent Leonhardt GOP — 3,435


Walt Helmick Dem — 6,377


Attorney General

Patrick Morrisey GOP — 3,968


Darrell McGraw Dem — 7,166


Treasurer

Mike Hall GOP — 3,111


John Perdue Dem — 7,659


House of Delegates District 20

Mike Baisden GOP — 198


Justin Marcum Dem — 426


House of Delegates District 22

Gary Johngrass GOP — 200


Michel Moffatt GOP — 265


Jeff Eldridge Dem — 798


Josh Stowers Dem — 683


Amendment 1 Repeal Term Limits Sheriff - Ballot Issue

For — 4,603


Against — 4,268


Those who were unopposed in the General Election were Danny Godby for County Commission; John W. Bennett for Prosecuting Attorney; Sonya M. Dingess Porter for Sheriff; Rick Russell Grimmett for Assessor; Dwight Aaron Williamson, Jeffrey S. Lane and Leonard L. Codispotti for Magistrate; House of Delegates 24th Delgate District Teddy “Ted” Tomblin and Rupert “Rupie” Phillips Jr.


Canvass of the General Election votes will be held Tuesday, November 13.

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