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Patrick Lucas
Candidate for
West Virginia House of Delegates, District 15

Political party Republican
Website Lucas on Facebook
Patrick Allen Lucas (b. March 11, 1967) was a Republican candidate for District 15, West Virginia House of Delegates in the November 2, 2010 state legislative election.

Lucas has been the owner/broker of Century 21 Homes and Land in Barboursville, WV since 1991. He earned a marketing degree from Marshall University in 1991.[1][2]



See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010

Lucas was defeated for one of the three positions in District 15 on the ballot in the November 2, 2010 general election. His opponents in the general election were Democrat incumbents James Morgan and Kevin Craig; Democrat Matthew James Woelfel, Republican incumbent Carol Miller and Republican Douglas W. Franklin. The top three vote-getters were elected. [3][4]

West Virginia State Senate, District 15 Republican Primary (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Carol Miller (R) 1,505 11.74%
Green check mark transparent.png Patrick Allen Lucas (R) 1,055 8.23%
Green check mark transparent.png Douglas W. Franklin (R) 831 6.48%

Campaign themes

The main theme on Lucas' website is "Common-Sense." The following issues are listed on the site:

  • "Common Sense Issue #1:Jobs" - "I believe that the quickest way to improve the economy of our state is to increase the number of quality jobs by reducing many of the unnecessary, job-killing state taxes that currently exist."
  • "Common Sense Issue #2:Taxes" - "The less taxes each West Virginian has to pay, the more disposable income each West Virginian has to spend in West Virginia businesses."
  • "Common Sense Issue #3:The role of Government" - "I believe that government should be responsible for protecting it's citizens, creating and maintaining it's infrastructure, balancing the state budget, listening to the voice of each citizen, and representing it's citizens with non-partisan integrity."
  • "Common Sense Issue #4:Abortion" - "I value every life, from conception to the hospital bed or hospice house. I do not understand how any parent or physician can willingly end the life of another human being.
  • "Common Sense Issue #5:Marriage" - "I believe in the traditional definition of marriage between one man and one woman."[1]

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