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Some races remain too close to call in the W.Va. primary

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Three races remain too close to call in the West Virginia primary election a day after the polls closed.

See WVVA's live election results here: https://wvva.com/election-results/

With some precincts still not reporting Wednesday, the races were undecided in the Democratic primaries for the U.S. House 3rd District and attorney general, and one of three races in the state Supreme Court.

The House race was between doctoral student Lacy Watson, Hilary Turner of Huntington, Huntington bus service CEO Paul Davis and labor union executive Jeff Lewis.

The attorney general's race was between labor attorney Sam Petsonk and state delegate Isaac Sponaugle.

And four candidates vied for a 12-year term on the Supreme Court.

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Bailey Pace

Social Media and Digital Content Manager

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