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Summers County Releases Unofficial Totals For General Election 2020

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Summers County released unofficial results for General Election 2020 late Tuesday, November 3.
Mike Gore (R) took the county commission seat with 3,357 votes to Bill Lightner’s (D) 2,063 votes and 3 write-in votes.
Kristin R. Cook (R), had 4,495 votes against 40 write-in candidate votes for prosecuting attorney.
Justin Faris (R) won the sheriff seat with 3,320 votes with 2,191 votes going to Jerry “J.C.” Wheeler’s (D) 2,191 and 4 votes for a write-in candidate.
For assessor, Gregory S. “Greg” Vandall (D) earned 4,329 votes and 20 votes were cast for a write-in candidate.
Jeffrey Chambers (D) had 4,427 votes to 21 write-in votes for surveyor.
Out of 9,348 registered voters in Summers County, 5,679 actually cast ballots for a 60.75% voter turnout.
Summers County results going toward state and national races are:
President – Donald J. Trump (R), 4,068; Joseph R. Biden (D), 1,444; Jo Jorgensen (LBN), 52; Howie Hawkins (MTN), 11 and write-in, 8 votes cast.
U.S. Senator – Shelley Moore Capito (R), 3,833; Paula Jean Swearingin (D), 1,463; David Moran (LBN), 112, and write-in candidate, 6.
U.S. House of Representatives 3rd District – Carol Miller (R) 3,680; Hilary Turner (D), 1,517; and write-in candidate, 13 votes.
Governor – Jim Justice (R), 3,768; Ben Salango (D), 1,497; Erika Kolenich (LBN), 98; Daniel P. “Danny” Lutz, Jr. (MTN), 58; and write-in, 93.
Secretary of State – Mac Warner (R), 3,115; and Natalie Tennant (D), 2,167.
Auditor – John “JB” McCuskey (R), 3,358; and Mary Ann Roebuck Claytor (D), 1,680.
Treasurer – Riley Moore (R), 2,847; and John D. Purdue (D), 2,383.
Commissioner of Agriculture – Kent Leonhardt (R), 3,445; and Bob Beach (D) 1,603.
Attorney General – Patrick Morrisey (R), 3,391; Sam Brown Petsonk (D) 1,906; and write-in, 1.
State Senator 10th District – Jack David Woodrum (R), 3,976; William Laird IV (D), 1,466; and write-in candidate, 2 votes.
House of Delegates 28th District – Jeffrey Pack (R), 2,415; Roy G. Cooper (R), 2,752; Ryne Nahodil (D), 1,848; and write-in, 5.
House of Delegates 42nd District – Barry Bruce (R), 219; Todd Longanacre (R), 130; Cindy Lavendar-Bowe (D), 112; and Jeff Campbell (D), 147.
All election results are unofficial until a canvass is held.

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