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"Senator Snyder has been working hard for his constituents in the 16th district. Read recent news about his accomplishments for the people of Jefferson and Berkeley Counties."

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State Senator Herb Snyder is seeking reelection

The 58-year-old Democrat resides on his family beef cattle farm near Shenandoah Junction, WV. He is married with six adult children. Snyder is an environmental chemist and has been laboratory director and owner of an environmental laboratory in Shenandoah Junction for 35 years.

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  • Meet Senator Snyder

    West Virginia State Senator Herb Snyder is seeking reelection to the W.Va. Senate. The 58-year-old Democrat resides on his family beef cattle farm near Shenandoah Junction, WV.  He is married with six adult children. Snyder is an environmental chemist and has been laboratory director and owner of an environmental laboratory in Shenandoah Junction for 35 [...]

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  • Senator Snyder Meets With Potential Voters

    Martinsburg Journal HALLTOWN – West Virginia State Sen. Herb Snyder, D-Jefferson, who is running for re-election to represent the 16th Senatorial District, told potential voters Sunday at an open house that a vote for him will ensure the Eastern Panhandle will continue to have a voice in the senate’s leadership. Snyder, the chairman of the [...]

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  • CACAPON STATE PARK FUNDING: Local tourism to receive boost with $23.5 million lodge at the Eastern Panhandle’s only state park

    Hagerstown Herald-Mail BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — For the past 18 months, a group of Morgan County officials and residents led by Morgan County Commissioner Stacy Dugan drove nearly 6,000 miles back and forth to Charleston, W.Va., to lobby the governor and state legislature for money to expand Cacapon State Park. On Monday afternoon, Gov. Earl [...]

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