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November 02, 2004

McGraw-Benjamin race in W.V.

The other most hotly contested judicial race in the country, as far as organized litigation reformers are concerned, is that between incumbent Democrat Warren McGraw and Republican challenger Brent Benjamin for a seat on the West Virginia supreme court. The only numbers I've been able to find yet are on the W.V. secretary of state's page, and are as yet too sketchy to be useful. For more on the race, see Overlawyered, Sept. 4, 2003 and May 13, 2004 (McGraw staves off Democratic primary challenge).

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