Greenbrier County Commission certifies Primary Election results

By RealWV Staff,

LEWISBURG, W.Va. – With the canvassing process now complete, the Greenbrier County Commission, on Tuesday, met for a called Special Meeting to certify the results of the May 14 primary elections. 

With the certified results matching the unofficial results, party nominees for November’s general elections are as follows:

Candidate Name:Party Affiliation:Office Sought:
Pres. Joe BidenDemocratU.S. President
Former Pres. Donald TrumpRepublicanU.S.President
Mayor Glenn ElliottDemocratU.S. Senate
Gov. Jim JusticeRepublicanU.S. Senate
Chris Bob ReedDemocratU.S. House of Representatives
Rep. Carol Miller RepublicanU.S. House of Representatives
Mayor Steve WilliamsDemocratGovernor
A.G. Patrick MorriseyRepublicanGovernor
Thornton CooperDemocratSecretary of State
Kris WarnerRepublicanSecretary of State
Mary Ann Roebuck ClaytonDemocratAuditor
Mark HuntRepublicanAuditor
Larry Pack Republican (unopposed)Treasurer
Deborah StilesDemocratCommissioner of Agriculture
Kent LeonhardtRepublicanCommissioner of Agriculture
Teresa TorisevaDemocratAttorney General
J.B. McCuskeyRepublicanAttorney General
Paul DetchDemocratHouse of Delegates D46
Del. Jeff CampbellRepublicanHouse of Delegates D46
Kayla McCoyDemocratHouse of Delegates D47
Ray CanterburyRepublicanHouse of Delegates D47
Tammy Shifflett TincherRepublican (unopposed)County Commission
Nicole GraybealRepublican (unopposed)Prosecuting Attorney
Bart BakerRepublican (unopposed)Sheriff
Joe Darnell Democrat (unopposed)Assessor

NOTE: Nominees listed won the overall state primary election, and may not have carried Greenbrier County.

The next regular meeting of the Greenbrier County Commission is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, at 10 a.m.


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