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|Larry A. Tucker|
|President of the Senate of West Virginia|
|Preceded by||Dan R. Tonkovich|
|Succeeded by||Keith Burdette|
|Member of the West Virginia Senate from the 12th District|
November 11, 1935 |
Fayette County, West Virginia
m. 19 May 1978
|Residence||Summersville, West Virginia|
In 2008, Tucker unsuccessfully challenged incumbent Tom Blankenship for the Democratic nomination for a seat on the Nicholas County Commission.
- (8 September 1989). Tucker Resigns West Virginia Senate Post After Guilty Plea, The Daily Sentinel (Ohio)
- West Virginia Blue Book. 1981. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
- West Virginia Blue Book. 1986. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
Dan R. Tonkovich
|President of the West Virginia Senate
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