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Republican committees divided over West Virginia Gov. Justice

By STEVEN ALLEN ADAMS

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

CHARLESTON, W.Va.  — With West Virginia’s Republican primary for governor 11 months away, GOP leaders at the county level are making their feelings known for Jim Justice, the Democrat-turned-Republican governor of the state.

The Mineral County Republican Executive Committee released a statement and a resolution Sunday morning in support of Justice after the Kanawha County Republican Executive Committee passed a resolution of no confidence last week.

Nickolas Imes, a councilman for the town of Ridgeley and chairman of the Mineral County Republican Executive Committee, said they consider Justice part of the Republican family.

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