The man who wants Warren McGraw's job on the West Virginia Supreme Court made a last day campaign swing.
Brent Benjamin told the Parkersburg Rotary Club Monday afternoon that democracy works when people come out to the polls.
He admits that while voters will probably be glad to see an end to campaign ads, he will miss the experiences he's had from his campaign for the high court.
"It's been marvelous to see how great our state is and talk to as many people as I've been able to talk to," Benjamin says, "and see that pretty much every solution that we need to have with a problem we have in West Virginia is here already, and that's with the people."
Campaign ads citing Justice McGraw's vote to release a convicted sex offender have been among the most controversial of the campaign.
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