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Staggers is running for re-election to the [[West Virginia House of Delegates]] District 29.  He is one of four candidates running for the three District 29 Delegate positions on the ballot in the [[West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010#List of candidates|November 2, 2010]] general election. <ref>[http://apps.sos.wv.gov/elections/results/results.aspx?county=Statewide&electionid=0&type=0 Official WV primary election results]</ref>
 
Staggers is running for re-election to the [[West Virginia House of Delegates]] District 29.  He is one of four candidates running for the three District 29 Delegate positions on the ballot in the [[West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010#List of candidates|November 2, 2010]] general election. <ref>[http://apps.sos.wv.gov/elections/results/results.aspx?county=Statewide&electionid=0&type=0 Official WV primary election results]</ref>
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===2008===
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In 2008 Staggers was re-elected to the West Vriginia House District 29. William Louisos (D) finished with 9,241 votes and was followed by David Perry (D) with 9,227 votes, Margaret Staggers (D) with 9,185 votes, Marshall Clay (R) with 4,746 votes, Daniel Wright (R) with 4,582 votes and Steven Smith (R) with 3,309.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_election_results.phtml?s=WV&y=2008 West Virginia House election results]</ref> Louisos raised $475 for his campaign fund.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=99794 Campaign funds]</ref>
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| colspan="2" | {{won}} '''William Louisos (D)'''
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| colspan="2" | {{won}} '''David Perry (D)'''
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| align="right" | '''9,227'''
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| colspan="2" | {{won}} '''Margaret Staggers (D)'''
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| align="right" | '''9,185'''
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| colspan="2" | Marshall Clay (R)
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| align="right" | 4,746
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| colspan="2" | Daniel Wright (R)
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| align="right" | 4,582
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| colspan="2" | Steven Smith (R)
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| align="right" | 3,309
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==Personal==
 
==Personal==

Revision as of 18:28, 13 September 2010

Margaret Staggers
West Virginia House of Delegates District 29
Incumbent
Assumed office
2006
Current term ends
2010
Political party Democratic
Profession Physician
Website House website
Margaret Staggers (b. January 12, 1945) is a Democratic member of the West Virginia House of Delegates. She has represented District 29 since 2006.

Staggers attended West Virginia University from 1962 to 1965. She then earned her MD from West Virginia University School of Medicine in 1969.

Staggers has worked as Medical Director for Fayette County 911 Center, Emergency Medical Fire Rescue, Emergency Operations Center General, and Jan-Care Ambulance since 1985. She has also been a part of the Adjunct Faculty at Mountain State University from 2004 to the present.[1]

Committee assignments

Election history

2010

See also: West Virginia State Senate elections, 2010

Staggers is running for re-election to the West Virginia House of Delegates District 29. He is one of four candidates running for the three District 29 Delegate positions on the ballot in the November 2, 2010 general election. [2]

2008

In 2008 Staggers was re-elected to the West Vriginia House District 29. William Louisos (D) finished with 9,241 votes and was followed by David Perry (D) with 9,227 votes, Margaret Staggers (D) with 9,185 votes, Marshall Clay (R) with 4,746 votes, Daniel Wright (R) with 4,582 votes and Steven Smith (R) with 3,309.[3] Louisos raised $475 for his campaign fund.[4]

West Vriginia House District 29
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png William Louisos (D) 9,241
Green check mark transparent.png David Perry (D) 9,227
Green check mark transparent.png Margaret Staggers (D) 9,185
Marshall Clay (R) 4,746
Daniel Wright (R) 4,582
Steven Smith (R) 3,309

Personal

Staggers and her husband, Robert Underwood, had two children.

External links

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West Virginia House of Representatives District 29
2006–present
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