CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- West Virginia Treasurer John Perdue has won re-election.
Perdue defeated Republican Senate Minority Leader Mike Hall on Tuesday.
Perdue was first elected to the office in 1996. The Democrat has highlighted such additional efforts as a college savings plan and a program that tries to reunite people with such unclaimed property as safe deposit boxes, bank accounts and insurance policy proceeds.
Hall is a financial adviser from Putnam County. He questioned Perdue's focus on his office's responsibilities while campaigning, often bringing up a recent federal investigation into a housing development deal involving land owned by Perdue's family.
Perdue has said he did nothing wrong. No criminal charges have resulted from the investigation.
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