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Eleven candidates for office in W.Va. to run unopposed Tuesday

May 10, 2002|BY DAVE McMILLION

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Eleven candidates for office in the Eastern Panhandle will be unopposed in Tuesday's primary election.

In three races, candidates are vying for the same seat but they will not face each other until the general election on Nov. 5.

Democratic incumbent John Doyle will face Republican David Ebbitt for the 57th District House of Delegates seat in the general election.

In the 58th District, Democratic incumbent Dale Manuel will be challenged by Republican Fred Blackmer in November.

Republican Harry Snow and Democrat Gene Darlington will vie for a seat on the Berkeley County Magistrate Court in the general election.

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Other unopposed candidates are:

- John Unger, Democrat, 16th District State Senate seat.

- William Wertman, Democrat, 24th District Family Law Judge, Division 1.

- Sally G. Jackson, Democrat, 24th District Family Law Judge, Division 2.

- Larry V. Faircloth, Republican, 53rd District House of Delegates seat.

- John Overington, Republican, 55th District House of Delegates seat.

Polls in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties will be open Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.

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