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President Donald Trump
(Announced) Republican
Joe Biden, Jr.
Challenger (Announced) Democratic
Howie Hawkins
Challenger (Running) Green Party, Green-Rainbow
Running Mate:
Angela Walker Green Party
Jo Jorgensen
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Running Mate:
Spike Cohen Libertarian
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U.S. Senate

Senator Joe Manchin III
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Shelley Capito
Junior Seat (Running) Republican
Larry Butcher
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
David Moran
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Richard Ojeda II
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Franklin Riley
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) No Party Affiliation
Richie Robb
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Paula Jean Swearengin
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Democratic
Allen Whitt
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican

U.S. House

District 3
Representative Carol Miller
District 3 (Running) Republican
Paul Davis
District 3 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Jeff Lewis
District 3 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Russell Siegel
District 3 Challenger (Withdrawn) Republican
Hilary Turner
District 3 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Lacy Watson
District 3 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

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Governor

Governor Jim Justice, Jr.
(Running) Republican
Shelby Fitzhugh
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Michael Folk
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Douglas Hughes
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Erika Kolenich
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Brooke Lunsford
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Daniel Lutz, Jr.
Challenger (Running) Mountain Party
Jody Murphy
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Ben Salango
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Charles Sheedy, Sr.
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Doug Six
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Stephen Smith
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Ron Stollings
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Woody Thrasher
Challenger (Lost) Republican

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State House

District 26
Representative Ed Evans
District 26 (Running) Democratic
Wesley Payne
District 26 Challenger (Running) Republican

State Senate

District 6
Senator Mark Maynard
District 6 Republican
Senator Chandler Swope
District 6 (Running) Republican
Wesley Blankenship
District 6 Challenger (Lost) Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Attorney General

Sam Petsonk
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic
Isaac Sponaugle
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic

Secretary of State

Secretary Mac Warner
(Running) Republican
Natalie Tennant
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Auditor

Auditor JB McCuskey
(Running) Republican
Mary Ann Claytor
Challenger (Running) Democratic

State Superintendent of Schools

Treasurer

Treasurer John Perdue
(Running) Democratic
Riley Moore
Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice Tim Armstead
(Won) Non-partisan
Bill Wooton
Challenger (Won) Non-partisan

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Commissioner

At-Large (Mercer County)

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Mountain State
  • Motto: Montani Semper Liberi [Mountaineers Are Always Free]
  • Area: 24,181 sq mi
  • Population: 1,855,413 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Charleston
  • Statehood: June 20, 1863 (35th state)
  • Highest Point: Spruce Knob, 4,863 ft
  • Lowest Point: Potomac R., 240 ft
  • Bird: Cardinal
  • Flower: Rhododendron maximum, or 'Big Laurel'
  • Senators: 34
  • Representatives: 100
  • Electoral Votes: 5
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