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2018 Marion General Election Results

County Results

Sheriff – Zakk Vargo (F),
County Clerk – Seth Hughes (F)
Prosecuting Attorney – Hunter Jackson (F)
Circuit Clerk – Bailey Lucas (N)
Assessor – Alex Straub (N)

County Commission (3) – Kenney “KP” Powell (F), Benjamin Barbarito (N), and Conor Garvey (N)
House of Delegates – Cole Anderson (F), Chance Jewell (F), Layne “Train” Daniel (F), Trevor Swiger (F) Austin L Balker (N), and Noah Hobson (N)
State Senate (2) -Andrew Winters (F), Johnathon “The Great” Gharib (F)

City Results

Mayor – Eljiah Brown (N)
City Council (3) – Issac Lewis (F), Andrew Fleece (N), and Michael Fannin (N)

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Upshur/Harrison 2018 General Election Results

Sheriff – Evan Gilbert (F),

County Clerk – Shawn Jewell (N)
Prosecuting Attorney – Gabriel Eubank (N)
Circuit Clerk – Parker Matthey (N)
Assessor – Jesse Hawk (N)

County Commission (3) – Andrew Cummings (F), Kendall Ball (F) and William “Will” Kent (N)
House of Delegates – Dylan “Big Dyl” Phillips (F), KG Kaden Garland (F), Ducati Linn (F), Gunner Webb (F), and Maxwell “The Speedster” Warnick (N)
State Senate (2) -Jack Barnett (F), and Matt “Silkysmooth” Vonduzer (N)

City Results

Mayor – Garrett Clayton (N)
City Council (3) – “KG” Kaden Garland (F), Ryan Pack (N), and Gage Yost (N)


General Election Results News Conference

This news conference is currently scheduled for 11:30PM but may drastically shift in time depending on how the election results trickle in.  Just like in a real election the suspense is high and we will go live as soon as possible.

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2018 ALMBS Correctional Officers

Niko Fuscardo – Calhoun

Stanley Apanowicz – Barbour

Joe Faucette – Kanawha

Garet Hostuttler – Randolph

Austin Macek – Marion

Brian Walker – Lewis

Johnathan Kammer – Braxton

Matthew Edie – Panhandle

John K. Brumley – Kanawha

Tyle Kibler – Harrison

Joshua Meadows – Monroe

Jomo Smith – Webster

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ALMBS Party Conventions and Debate

The formal purpose of such a convention is to select the party’s nominees for office, as well as to adopt a statement of party principles and goals known as the platform and adopt the rules for the party’s activities, including the nominating process for the next election cycle.

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American Legion Flag Retirement Ceremony

How To Dispose of A Flag

  • The U.S. Flag Code suggests that when a flag has served its useful purpose, “it should be destroyed, preferably by burning.” For individual citizens, this should be done discreetly so the act of destruction is not perceived as a protest or desecration.
  • Many American Legion posts conduct disposal ceremonies of unserviceable flags, especially on Flag Day (June 14). Such ceremonies are particularly dignified and solemn occasions for the retirement of unserviceable flags.
  • Take your old flags to your local American Legion post.  They will be happy to retire your flags in their next disposal ceremony.
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