Tomblin, Maloney get out the vote
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By Steven Allen Adams | West Virginia Watchdog
CHARLESTON — Senate President and Acting Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, the Democratic nominee in the Oct. 4 special election for West Virginia’s next governor, leads Republican businessman Bill Maloney 47 percent to 46 percent, with 7 percent. Both candidates were in Charleston, WV, for Get Out The Vote efforts.
Watch both candidates talk about the final hours of the campaign, today’s Public Policy Poll, and what they’re doing to rally their supporters.
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