You'll have four candidates to choose from when you go to vote for U.S. Senate in the coming weeks.
Jeff Becker, a teacher in Berkeley County, is among those running. He represents the Constitution Party whose members support the proper application of the U.S. Constitution.
He says more candidates with different views bring more people out to the polls.
"I think it's an issue of, as far as differences, reinvigorating the election process, reinvigorating the voters," Becker said on Monday's MetroNews Talkline.
Becker is on the ballot with Democrat Governor Joe Manchin, Republican Morgantown Businessman John Raese and Jesse Johnson with the Mountain Party.
He says it's not clear what impact his candidacy will have on the race.
"I have no way of knowing. This is the first time I've ever run for anything other than county office and I only had a few weeks to get my campaign together," Becker said.
His Talkline appearance is one of several interviews Host Hoppy Kercheval will conduct with the candidates before Election Day.
According to his biography information, Becker first moved to Gerrardstown in 1994 and worked in manufacturing before going into the insurance business.
He later started teaching and went on to serve six years in the West Virginia Air National Guard until being honorably discharged earlier this year.