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Herald-Dispatch endorsements

Nov. 04, 2012 @ 12:00 AM

Here are The Herald-Dispatch's endorsements and recommendations on ballot issues in the Nov. 6 election:

President: Mitt Romney

U.S. Senate: Joe Manchin

U.S. House of Representatives, 3rd District: Nick Rahall

West Virginia Governor: Earl Ray Tomblin

West Virginia Supreme Court: Robin Davis and Letitia Chafin.

West Virginia Attorney General: Patrick Morrisey

West Virginia Auditor: Glen Gainer III

West Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture: Walt Helmick

West Virginia Secretary of State: Natalie Tennant

West Virginia Treasurer: Mike Hall

West Virginia House of Delegates, 16th District: Kevin Craig, Carol Miller, Jim Morgan

West Virginia House of Delegates, 17th District: Doug Reynolds, Micheal Ankrom

West Virginia House of Delegates, 18th District: Kelli Sobonya

West Virginia House of Delegates: 19th District: Don Perdue, Richard Thompson

Cabell County Commission: Bob Bailey

Cabell County Assessor: Irv Johnson

Cabell County Magistrate: Ron Baumgardner, Darrell Black, J. Larry Crawford, Dan Goheen, Johnny McCallister, Tyler Beckett Smith and Mike Woelfel

Huntington Mayor: Steve Williams

Huntington City Council, at large: David Ball and Cal Kent

Huntington City Council, District 2: Pete Gillespie II

Huntington City Council, District 3: Frances Jackson

Huntington City Council, District 4: Gary Bunn

Huntington City Council, District 7: Scott Caserta

Huntington City Council, District 8: Richard Strode

Huntington City Council, District 9: Sherry Lynn McClanahan

Huntington Charter Amendment, eliminate motor pool requirement: Yes

Huntington Charter Amendment, eliminate residency requirement: Yes

Huntington Charter Amendment, eliminate public works director requirement: Yes

Ohio U.S. Senate: Josh Mandel

Ohio, U.S. House, District 6: Charlie Wilson

Ohio, State House, 90th District: Terry Johnson

Ohio, State House, 93rd District: Ryan Smith



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