In a special primary election Saturday, voters in West Virginia selected two of three candidates to vie for governor in the general election later this year.

Acting Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, a Democrat and the president of the Senate, won his party’s nomination with 40% of the vote. He was among six candidates seeking the nomination.

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