Justice appoints teacher to fill vacancy in House
Oct. 30, 2017
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. Jim Justice has appointed a teacher and radio broadcaster from Lewisburg to West Virginia's House of Delegates.
Jeff Campbell fills the District 42 vacancy created earlier this month when former Delegate Stephen Baldwin was named to the state Senate in District 10 following the resignation of Sen. Ron Miller to join the Justice administration.
According to the governor's office, Campbell has been a teacher in the Greenbrier County school system since 2001 and has taught Social Studies at Eastern Greenbrier Middle School for the last nine years.
He has been a radio broadcaster in Greenbrier County for 33 years and for 29 years he has served as statistical coordinator for West Virginia University football broadcasts.