In a special election Tuesday, acting West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, a Democrat and president of the Senate, edged out Republican businessman Bill Maloney. They were the two top vote getters in the race.

In unofficial results, the secretary of state’s office reported that Tomblin had 49.37% of the votes while Maloney had 47.17%.

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