By Robert Bordelon
The primary election is set for Tuesday, May 8, and the general election will be held Tuesday, November 6.
According to the West Virginia Secretary of State's office, the following candidates have filed for Greenbrier and Monroe county and district elections before the January 27 deadline passed:
• Greenbrier County Democratic Executive Committee; Vickie Dove, Mallory Iles, Karen Lobban, Kathy H. Martin, Paul S. Detch, Paul Jacoby, Paul Moya, and Brad Tuckwiller.
• Greenbrier County Republican Executive Committee; Rose Dobbins, A. Faye Dunford, Sue McKinney, Dana Y. Payne, Ben Anderson, Russell F. "Russ" King, Doug McKinney, Michael S. Rose, Frank W. Tuckwiller, and John Wyatt.
• Congressional Democratic Executive Committee District 3; Paul Detch.
• Congressional Republican Executive Committee District 3; Sue McKinney, Sue Spicer, James W. "Jim" Childers, and Doug McKinney.
• Senatorial Democratic Executive Committee District 10; Paul Detch.
• Senatorial Republican Executive Committee District 10; Sue McKinney, Sue Spicer, James W. "Jim" Childers, and Doug McKinney.
• Delegate Democratic Executive Committee District 42; Paul Detch.
• Delegate Republican Executive Committee District 42; Sue McKinney, Sue Spicer, James W. "Jim" Childers, and Doug McKinney.
• Greenbrier County Commission; Woody Hanna and Tammy Shifflett Tincher.
• Greenbrier County Board Of Education; Kevin Wayne McMillion, Hazel Flanagan Reed, Anessa Sherrod, Kay M. Smith, and Jeanie Porterfield Wyatt.
• Greenbrier County Conservation District Supervisor - Unexpired Term; Gary L. Truex.
• Greenbrier County Sheriff - Unexpired Term; Mark Robinson and Bruce Sloan.
• Monroe County Democratic Executive Committee; Catherine Abernathy, Jeni Jackson, Robin Ford McNeer, Virgil E. (Dickie) Dixon, Richard Dulee, H. Randall Grumpelt, and Maury W. Johnson.
• Monroe County Republican Executive Committee; Duane Miller, and Mark Taylor.
• Monroe County Commission; Shane Ashley, Jackie (Jack) Kaluk, Kevin A. Mann, and Jeremy Willis.
• Monroe County Board of Education; Fred Blackmer, Patrick Brown, Everett L. Fraley, Gibbs Kinderman, Courtney N. Miller, Candy Sabol, Charles R. Sams, Sabrina Stutts, Sally Wallace, and Keith Wickline.
• Monroe County Conservation District Supervisor; Avery D. Atkins.
• Monroe County Sheriff - Unexpired Term; Elmer Galford, Kenneth Hedrick, Richard Miller, Robert F. Parker, and David S. Teubert.
House of Delegates
• House of Delegates District 29; Zachary Meador, Ricky Moye, and Brandon Steele.
• House of Delegates District 42; Jeff Campbell, Denny R. Canterbury, Tyler James Hylton, Cindy Lavender-Bowe, Steve Malcomb, Isaiah T. Stanley, Andrew P. Utterback, and Roger Vannoy
• House of Delegates District 43; Bill Hartman, Mike House, Phil Isner, William "Ty" Nestor, and Cody H. Thompson.
• State Senate District 10 Senator; George "Boogie" Ambler, Stephen Baldwin, and Dan Hill.
In addition, the following candidates have filed with the West Virginia Secretary of State's office to run for the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate:
• U.S. Senate; Don Blankenship, Bo Copley, Evan Jenkins, Joseph Manchin III, Patrick Morrisey, Jack Newbrough, Paula Jean Swearengin, and Thomas (Tom) Willis.
House of Representatives
• U.S. House of Representatives District 1; Ralph Baxter, Kendra Fershee, David B. McKinley, and Tom Payne.
• U.S. House of Representatives District 2; Alex X. Mooney, Aaron Scheinberg, and Talley Sergent.
• U.S. House of Representatives District 3; Ayne Amjad, Paul E. Davis, Marty Gearheart, Janice "Byrd" Hagerman, Shirley Love, Conrad Lucas, Carol Miller, Richard Ojeda II, Philip Payton, Rupie Phillips, and Rick Snuffer.
The list of candidates can be found at the West Virginia Secretary of State's website, wvsos.com, and clicking the banner across the top of the page.
Read the full story in the Tuesday, February 6, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.