KINGWOOD \u2014 Anne Armstrong has withdrawn from the Republican race for Preston County Commissioner.\r\n\r\nArmstrong\u2019s name will still be on the May ballot, but on Tuesday, she encouraged voters to learn about the other candidates and make an informed choice.\r\n\r\nSix candidates were seeking the Republican nomination for Preston County commissioner. In addition to Armstrong, they are Karen Bright, Art Lipscomb, Tracy Polce, Samantha Stone and Lucas Tatham.\r\n\r\nA single Democrat is on the ballot, John Crippin.\r\n\r\nPreston Commission President Craig Jennings, a Republican, chose not to seek another term.\r\n\r\n\u201cBasically I like my job too much,\u201d Armstrong told The Dominion Post on Tuesday. \u201cI\u2019ve been doing this for about 12 years and just don\u2019t want to walk away from it.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn her job, Armstrong said, she sees the problems of Preston County, such as drugs, and wants to do something about them. But she can also accomplish things at her current job, she said.\r\n\r\nEarly voting for the May 8 primary begins April 25. In Preston County, early voting will be 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, April 25 through May 5 at the Preston 911\/Office of Emergency Management at 300 Rich Wolfe Drive, Kingwood.\r\n\r\nFor information on voting, call the Preston County Clerk\u2019s office at 304-329-0070.\r\n\r\nA voter\u2019s guide with information on candidates in Monongalia and Preston Counties will be in the April 22 The Dominion Post.