Unopposed candidates cruise to wins

November 06, 2002

The following candidates were unopposed Tuesday and re-elected to office in West Virginia, according to complete but unofficial results:

- 16th District state Senate, John Unger, D-Berkeley, incumbent. Unger received 11,556 votes.

- House of Delegates, 53rd District, Larry V. Faircloth, R-Berkeley, incumbent. Faircloth received 2,802 votes.

- Berkeley County magistrate, Harry Snow, R, incumbent. Snow received 12,565 votes.

- Family Court Judge (2 seats), 24th District

William Wertman, D, (incumbent). Wertman received 10,934 votes. 25th District Sally G. Jackson, D, (incumbent). She received 10,989 votes.

In Franklin County, Pa., two long-time state representatives running unopposed easily secured new terms Tuesday.

State Rep. Patrick Fleagle, R-Franklin, received 13,787 votes, according to complete but unofficial results.

This will be Fleagle's eighth term representing the 90th District in southern Franklin County.

Rep. Allan Egolf, R-Franklin, also ran unopposed.


Egolf has represented northwestern Franklin County and parts of Cumberland and Perry counties for 10 years.

Egolf, who represents the 86th District, received 3,424 votes with all precincts in Franklin County reporting, according to complete but unofficial results.

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