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Primary results finalized in Berkeley County

May 18, 2010

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Berkeley County Commission, convened as the board of canvassers on Monday morning, declared the results of the primary election.

The results are scheduled to be certified at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, unless a challenge of the tallies is filed beforehand, according to the Berkeley County Voters Registration office.

The canvassing board on Friday approved the addition of 37 provisional ballots and two absentee ballots to the unofficial totals, according to the Voters Registration office. The voter turnout among 60,812 Berkeley County residents registered to vote for the election was 12 percent, with 7,300 ballots cast, according to the results.

W.Va. State Senate



16th District*

Democrat

Patrick Murphy 1,054

x John R. Unger II (i) 1,886

Republican

Craig Blair 2,502

o With 59 of 59 precincts reporting

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x - Advance to general election

* - Declared results from Jefferson County's 32 precincts in the 16th district were not available Monday afternoon.

Berkeley County Council (for three seats)



Republican

Valley District

Ronald K. Collins (i) 1,214

Danny "Dan" Dulyea 1,336

x Doug Copenhaver Jr. 1,983

Adam Stephen District

x Elaine C. Mauck 1,223

Eric C. Carper 992

Shenandoah District

x James "Jim" Whitacre 1,400

Potomac District

Phil Martin 1,185

Democrat

Valley District

x Matthew S. Barney 1,505

Ken Mattson 802

Adam Stephen District

x Bonn "Buzz" Poland 1,920

Klaus Heitmann 740

Shenandoah District

x William "Bill" Norris 2,222

o With 66 of 66 precincts reporting

x - Advance to general election

Berkeley County Board of Education (For four seats)



Adam Stephen District

Bucky E. Strauch 957

Norborne District

x Todd M. Beckwith (i) 3,155

Potomac District

Eric Gates 1,751

x Ron Gray 2,516

x Richard A. Pill (i) 5,271

Tuscarora District

Pam Brush 1,802

Arthur W. Thomm II 1,341

x Darin L. Gilpin 3,143

Valley District

Andrew D. Michael 1,302

David L. Woods 2,097

o With 66 of 66 precincts reporting

x-signifies winners

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