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Eighteen candidates ran without opposition in Pa., W.Va.

November 03, 2004|from staff reports

The following candidates ran unopposed in Tuesday's general election for their positions in Franklin and Fulton counties in Pennsylvania, and in Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties in West Virginia:

FRANKLIN COUNTY


- Patrick Fleagle, R-Franklin, ran unopposed for the 89th District seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

- Mark Keller, R, ran unopposed for the 86th District seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

FULTON COUNTY


ยท Dick Lee Hess, R-Bedford, ran unopposed for the 78th District seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

BERKELEY COUNTY


- Ron Collins, R, ran unopposed for an at-large seat on the Berkeley County Commission.

- John Small, R, ran unopposed for county clerk.

- Virginia Sine, D, ran unopposed for circuit clerk.

- Lyndsey Ward Leatherman, R, ran unopposed for surveyor.

JEFFERSON COUNTY


- Everett "Ed" Boober, D, ran unopposed for sheriff.

- Patsy Noland, D, ran unopposed for circuit clerk.

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- Michael D. Thompson, D, ran unopposed for county prosecutor.

- William Senseney, Mary Paul Rissler and Gail Boober ran unopposed for the three open county magistrate positions.

MORGAN COUNTY


- Debra A. Kesecker, R, ran unopposed for county clerk.

- Ronald G. McIntire, R, ran unopposed for county sheriff.

W.VA. STATE RACES


- Charles Trump IV, R-Morgan, ran unopposed for the 51st District seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates.

- Walter Duke, R-Berkeley, ran unopposed for the 54th District seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates.

- John Overington, R-Berkeley, ran unopposed for the 55th District seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates.

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