MARSHALL COUNTY, W. Va. — West Virginia State Senate District 2
Charles Clements, the man appointed to fill Kent Leonhardt’s unexpired term, will seek a full four-year term for the seat he once aspired to fill 20 years prior, facing Denny Longwell.
Clements won with 59 percent of the vote.
Lisa Zukoff and Joe Canestraro were both winners Tuesday night against Charlie Reynolds with 36 and 34 percent of the vote respectively.
“I’m just glad that it’s over and the people in the 4th District, Marshall County and a little piece of Ohio County actually believe in me and want me to represent them again in the House of Delegates, and I’m proud of that,” Canestraro said.
“We worked really hard, we knocked on over 2,500 doors asking for folks’ vote, and we listened to people and I think that made all of the difference and I’m just ecstatic,” Zukoff said.
Marshall County Commissioner
Mike Ferro was declared the winner against Bob Miller with 58 percent of the vote.
“You know, it really pleases me that the people of Marshall County have given me their trust and their faith and a respect that I’ve tried to earn in the 10 years that I was in the House of Delegates,” Ferro said. “And I think I proved that tonight.”
Moundsville City Council
With 35 of 44 precincts reporting, Ginger Dewitt is in the lead against Dennis Wallace, David L. Wood and Carl Boso at 45 percent.
Moundsville City Council (at large)
With 30 of 44 precincts reporting, Sara Wood is in the lead against Jerry Gilvert, Cindy Norris and David Oiler aat 44 percent.