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W.Va. residents file candidacy papers

January 20, 2012

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The following Berkeley and Jefferson county residents filed candidacy papers this week for state and county offices in the May 8 primary election, as of 4:30 p.m., Friday. The deadline to file for the upcoming election is Jan. 28:



Berkeley County

Republicans

  • Steven Teufel of Martinsburg for county council, Adam Stephen District.
  • JoAnn Overington of Martinsburg for magistrate (incumbent).
  • Pamela Jean Games-Neely of Shepherdstown for prosecuting attorney (incumbent)
  • Harry L. Snow of Hedgesville for magistrate (incumbent)

Democrats
  • Kenneth “Kenny” Lemaster of Martinsburg for sheriff (incumbent).
  • Charles “Chip” O’Roke of Martinsburg for sheriff.

Nonpartisan
  • William “Bill” Queen of Martinsburg for school board, Adam Stephen District (incumbent).
  • James “Jim” Moore of Hedgesville for conservation district supervisor (incumbent).


Jefferson County

Democrats
  • Mary Paul Rissler of Charles Town for magistrate (incumbent).
  • Everett “Ed” Boober of Charles Town for sheriff.
  • Robert E. “Bobby” Shirley of Kearneysville for sheriff (incumbent).

Nonpartisan
  • Gary M. Kable of Charles Town for school board, Kabletown District.


State Legislature

Individuals who have filed for seats in the state Legislature as of 4:30 p.m. Friday, included:

Republicans
  • Craig P. Blair of Martinsburg for state Senate, 15th District.
  • Daryl E. Cowles of Berkeley Springs for House of Delegates, 58th District (incumbent).
  • Larry D. Kump of Falling Waters for House of Delegates, 59th District (incumbent).
  • Larry W. Faircloth of Inwood for House of Delegates, 60th District.
  • Walter Duke of Martinsburg for House of Delegates, 61st District (incumbent).
  • John Overington of Martinsburg for House of Delegates, 62nd District (incumbent).
  • Pam Brush of Martinsburg for House of Delegates, 63rd District.
  • Eric L. Householder of Martinsburg for House of Delegates, 64th District (incumbent).
  • Paul Espinosa of Charles Town for House of Delegates, 66th District.

Democrats
  • Herb Snyder of Shenandoah Junction for state Senate, 16th District (incumbent).
  • Jason Barrett of Martinsburg for House of Delegates, 61nd District.
  • Donn Marshall of Martinsburg for House of Delegates, 63rd District.
  • Tiffany Lawrence of Charles Town for House of Delegates, 65th District, (incumbent).
  • Stephen Skinner of Shenandoah Junction for House of Delegates, 67th District.

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