The Times West Virginian

Breaking News

November 6, 2012

Unofficial vote totals for Marion County

FAIRMONT —  PRECINCTS COUNTED (OF 76)    76

 REGISTERED VOTERS - TOTAL    42,068

 BALLOTS CAST - TOTAL    21,977

 VOTER TURNOUT - TOTAL    52.24

STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET

REPUBLICAN PARTY    1,826

DEMOCRATIC PARTY    3,074

MOUNTAIN PARTY        37

LIBERTARIAN PARTY    54

PRESIDENT

MITT ROMNEY    11,981    55.71 percent

BARACK OBAMA    8,905        41.41 percent

JILL STEIN        158        .73 percent

GARY JOHNSON    241        1.12 percent

RANDALL TERRY    129        .60 percent

WRITE-IN        92         .43 percent

U.S. SENATOR

JOHN R. RAESE        7.054        33.27 percent

JOE MANCHIN III        13,532    63.82 percent

BOB HENRY BABER        660        2.83 percent

WRITE-IN            19         .10 percent

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1ST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

DAVID B. MCKINLEY    9,684        55.70

SUE THORN            7,690        44.23

GOVERNOR

BILL MALONEY        9,174        43.08 percent

EARL RAY TOMBLIN    11,296    53.54 percent

JESSE JOHNSON        441        2.07 percent

DAVID MORAN        370        1.74 percent

WRITE-IN            16        .08 percent

SECRETARY OF STATE

BRIAN SAVILLA        5,217        24.75 percent

NATALIE E. TENNANT    15,856    75.23 percent

WRITE-IN            5         .03 percent

AUDITOR

LARRY V. FAIRCLOTH    7,054        35.38 percent

GLEN B. GAINER III    12,879    64.58 percent

WRITE-IN            6        .03 percent

TREASURER

MIKE HALL        7,224        35.39 percent

JOHN D. PERDUE    13,184    64.58 percent

WRITE-IN        6         .03 percent

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

KENT LEONHARDT        10,604    53.40 percent

WALT HELMICK        9,233        46.50 percent

WRITE-IN            20        .10 percent

ATTORNEY GENERAL

PATRICK MORRISEY        9,217        44.60 percent

DARRELL V. MCGRAW, JR.    11,439    55.35 percent

WRITE-IN                10        .05 percent



JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF APPEALS

ALLEN LOUGHRY            8,697        24.36 percent

JOHN YODER                6,802        19.05 percent

LETITIA "TISH" CHAFIN    9,976        27.95 percent

ROBIN JEAN DAVIS        10,212    28.61 percent

WRITE-IN                6        .02

STATE SENATOR 2ND SENATORIAL DISTRICT

JEFFREY V. KESSLER        3,070        99.38 percent

WRITE-IN                19        .62 percent

STATE SENATOR 13TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT

CASEY MAYER        5,584        32.80 percent

ROMAN W. PREZIOSO    11,431    67.14 percent

WRITE-IN            10         .06 percent

MEMBER OF HOUSE OF DELEGATES 49TH DELEGATE DISTRICT

JEFF TANSILL    174    38.84 percent

MIKE MANYPENNY    271    60.49 percent

MEMBER OF HOUSE OF DELEGATES 50TH DELEGATE DISTRICT

BARRY BLEDSOE            8,531        16.41 percent

LYNETTE KENNEDY MCQUAIN    6,612        12.72 percent

MIKE CAPUTO            13,075    25.14 percent

LINDA LONGSTRETH        12,045    23.16 percent

TIM MANCHIN            11,681    22.46 percent

WRITE-IN                55        .11 percent

CIRCUIT JUDGE - UNEXPIRED TERM

MICHAEL JOHN ALOI    16,601    98.77 percent

WRITE-IN            206        1.23 percent

COUNTY COMMISSIONER

ERNEST "ERNIE" VANGILDER    10,613    51.05 percent

JOSEPH MANCHIN IV        9,311       44.79 percent

WRITE-IN                866        4.17 percent

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY

PATRICK "PAT" WILSON        17,237    99.67 percent



SHERIFF

KEN BEERBOWER        7,341        34.88 percent

JOE CARPENTER        13,670    64.95 percent

WRITE-IN            37        .18 percent

ASSESSOR

JIM PRIESTER        16,443    99.54 percent

WRITE-IN            76        .46 percent

MAGISTRATE

VICTOR "VIC" CASSELLA    8,165        13.63 percent

MISSY PRIDE LINGER        12,895    21.53 percent

CATHY REED-VANATA        12,647    21.12 percent

MARK HAYES                13,396    22.37 percent

HANK MIDDLEMAS            12,730    21.33 percent

WRITE-IN                57        .10 percent

Text Only
Breaking News
  • Eddie Jack Washington.jpg UPDATE: Investigation into 1974 murders starts following Times WV article

    The Windmill murders — a true mystery that has plagued Fairmont for almost 40 years — may have been solved with the arrest of a man in Florida in the triple execution-style slayings of three Fairmont residents.

    February 7, 2013 2 Photos

  • kennedy-rockefeller-DS.jpg BREAKING: Rockefeller won’t seek re-election with PHOTOS

    U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, who came to West Virginia as a young man from one of the world’s richest families to work on antipoverty programs and remained in the state to build a political legacy, announced Friday he will not seek a sixth term.

    January 11, 2013 10 Photos

  • W.Va. BOE affirms superintendent firing

    Citing chronically poor student performance ratings, West Virginia’s Board of Education again voted to fire Jorea Marple as state schools superintendent Thursday after fielding harsh criticism over her dismissal.

    November 29, 2012

  • Board fires W.Va. schools superintendent

    West Virginia Schools Superintendent Jorea Marple has been fired.

    November 15, 2012

  • Unofficial vote totals for Marion County

    The following are the unofficial votes from 76 of 76 precincts reported in Marion County Tuesday night.

    November 6, 2012

  • Former GT mayor pleads not guilty to nine felony counts

    By Debra Minor Wilson
    Times West Virginian

    FAIRMONT — The former mayor of Grant Town pleaded not guilty to nine felony counts in his arraignment Thursday in Marion Circuit Court Division II before Judge David Janes.
     

    October 25, 2012

  • Police investigating bank robbery in White Hall

    The White Hall Police Department is handling the investigation and is being assisted by the Marion County Sheriff’s Department and the FBI. Fairmont City Police provided aid Saturday morning, said Patrolman Caleb Krepps of the White Hall Police Department.

    October 13, 2012

  • Holgorsen inks 6-year deal with WVU

    West Virginia University Director of Athletics Oliver Luck and Head Football Coach Dana Holgorsen have agreed to terms of a six-year contract that runs through the 2017 season.

    August 8, 2012

  • NCAA_sanctions.jpg Video: NCAA announces penalties against Penn State

    The NCAA slammed Penn State Monday with an unprecedented series of penalties, including a $60 million fine and the loss of all coach Joe Paterno's victories from 1998-2011, in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

    July 23, 2012 1 Photo

  • High court upholds key part of Obama health law

    The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the vast majority of President Barack Obama’s historic health care overhaul, including the hotly debated core requirement that virtually all Americans have health insurance.

    June 28, 2012

House Ads
Featured Ads