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Shawn Fluharty

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Shawn Fluharty
Candidate for
West Virginia House of Delegates, District 3

Political party Democratic
Website Campaign website
Shawn Fluharty was a Democratic candidate for District 3, West Virginia House of Delegates in the November 2, 2010 state legislative election.

Fluharty graduated in 2006 from the West Virginia University Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism with a B.S. in public relations and a minor in political science. He earned his J.D. from West Virginia University's College of Law in 2009.[1]



See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010

Fluharty was elected to one of the two positions in District 3 on the ballot in the November 2, 2010 general election. He was opposed by Republicans Erikka Storch and Dolph Santorine and Democrat Ryan Ferns. Only the top two vote-getters were elected. [2][3][4]

West Virginia State Senate, District 3 Democratic Primary (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.pngShawn Lucas Fluharty (D) 2,119 20.78%
Green check mark transparent.png Ryan James Ferns (D) 1,994 19.55%

Campaign themes

Fluharty lists three main campaign themes on his website:

  • Jobs - "... we need a system that provides aspiring entrepreneurs with the basic infrastructure to develop their ideas."
  • Education - "In order to recruit and retain good, quality teachers to our state, we must assure that those who choose such an important profession are awarded with a competitive salary above the national average."
  • Healthcare - "... by strengthening our focus on health and physical education in schools, we are not only supporting our education system, but also our healthcare system."[5]

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