The only precinct change in Tuesday’s Primary Election was for those who usually voted at the Lake Community Center (old Lake Elementary School). The building was demolished and the voting poll was moved to the Lake Volunteer Fire Department. Almost 38 percent of registered voters in Logan County voted in Tuesday’s election.


Unofficial 2016 Primary Election totals

Martha Sparks

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LOGAN, W.Va. — Unofficially, more than 10,000 Logan County residents voted in Tuesday’s Primary Election. There are 27,319 registered voters in the county and total ballots cast was 10,366, or almost 38 percent of registered voters.

Unofficial election totals for Logan County are:

U.S. President

Republican

Jeb Bush – 9

Ben Carson – 18

Chris Christie – 3

Ted Cruz – 93

Carly Fiorina – 2

David E. Hall – 1

Mike Huckabee – 14

John R. Kasich – 34

Rand Paul – 7

Marco Rubio – 12

Donald Trump – 1,665

Democrat

Hillary Clinton – 1,491

Roque Rocky De La Fuente – 36

Paul T. Farrell, Jr. – 1,287

Keith Judd – 209

Martin J. O’Malley – 119

Bernie Sanders – 3,201

U.S. House of Representatives

  • District/Circuit 3

Republican

Evan Jenkins – 1,216

Democrat

Matt Detch – 2,800

Governor

Republican

Bill Cole – 1,373

Democrat

Booth Goodwin – 2,478

Jim Justice – 4,078

Jeff Kessler – 999

Secretary of State

Republican

Barry Holstein – 863

Mac Warner – 397

Democrat

Natalie Tennant – 5,413

Patsy Trecost – 1,364

Auditor

Republican

John “JB” McCuskey – 1,112

Democrat

Mary Ann Claytor – 3,525

Jason Pizatella – 1,107

Robin Righter – 626

State Treasurer

Republican

Larry W. Faircloth – 345

Ann Urling – 878

Democrat

John D. Perdue – 5,353

Commissioner of Agriculture

Republican

Kent Leonhardt – 1,052

Democrat

Walt Helmick – 4,201

Attorney General

Republican

Patrick Morrisey – 1,221

Democrat

Doug Reynolds – 4,248

Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals

(Non Partisan)

Brent Benjamin – 1,098

Wayne King – 162

Darrell V. McGraw Jr. – 2,536

Beth Walker – 2,298

William R. “Bill” Wooton – 1,709

7th Senatorial District

Republican

Jordan Ray Bridges – 1,301

Gary Johngrass – 144

Democrat

Arthur E. Kirkendoll – 3,334

Richard N. Ojeda II – 4,723

House of Delegates

  • District 20

Republican

Michael J. Baisden – 63

Democrat

Ronnie L. Blankenship – 138

Justin J. Marcum – 301

  • District 22

Republican

Eric M. Johnson – 28

Zack Maynard – 126

Michel G. Moffatt – 47

Democrat

Jeff Eldridge – 506

Scott Gillenwater – 236

Gary McCallister – 103

  • District 24

Republican

Tamus Rowe – 544

Aaron Stone – 820

Democrat

Michael D. Johnson – 1,403

Rupie Phillips – 3,360

Ralph Rodighiero – 4,422

Circuit Judge

(Non Partisan)

Judicial Circuit 7, Division 1

Joshua Butcher – 4,580

Douglas Witten – 4,519

Judicial Circuit 7, Division 2

Eric H. O’Briant – 6,534

Family Court Judge

(Non Partisan)

Circuit 9, Division 1

Kelly Gilmore Codispoti – 6,370

Circuit 9, Division 2

Donna Pratt – 3,045

Christopher Workman – 4,567

Logan County Board of Education

(Non Partisan)

Darrell Edward Bias – 1,425

T.J. Blevins – 1,184

Moss R. Burgess – 1,930

Jeremy Farley – 2,580

Paul Hardesty – 2,657

George Howes – 1,158

Roy Lambert – 1,249

Mark Noe – 1,840

James “Jimmy” Porter Jr. – 1,054

Larry E. Rogers – 1,612

Stephen Stapleton – 686

Jackson Traylor – 209

Ed White – 3,610

Logan County Magistrate

(Non Partisan)

Division 1

Steven Gray – 2,479

Joseph L. Mendez – 4,171

Estel E. Murray – 2,100

Division 2

Dwight A. Williamson – 6,857

Division 3

Leonard L. Codispoti – 7,001

Logan County Commission

Danny Ellis – 3,701

Sherman Grimmett – 1,434

Joshua Lyall – 2,467

Logan County Clerk

John A. Turner (Democrat) – 6,380

Logan County Prosecuting Attorney

John W. Bennett (Democrat) – 5,632

Logan County Sheriff

Sonya Marie Dingess Porter (Democrat) – 6,012

Logan County Circuit Clerk

Democrat:

Tommy Kirk – 1,359

Mark A. McGrew – 3,917

Tim Tomblin – 2,631

Logan County Assessor

Democrat:

Glen D. “Houn’dog” Adkins – 4,167

Harold R. Porter Jr. – 3,636

Logan County Conservation District Supervisor

(Non Partisan):

George Mathis – 4,798

All votes are unofficial until the canvas.

The only precinct change in Tuesday’s Primary Election was for those who usually voted at the Lake Community Center (old Lake Elementary School). The building was demolished and the voting poll was moved to the Lake Volunteer Fire Department. Almost 38 percent of registered voters in Logan County voted in Tuesday’s election.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_lake-poll-CMYK.jpgThe only precinct change in Tuesday’s Primary Election was for those who usually voted at the Lake Community Center (old Lake Elementary School). The building was demolished and the voting poll was moved to the Lake Volunteer Fire Department. Almost 38 percent of registered voters in Logan County voted in Tuesday’s election.
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