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Winfield, Putnam County, West Virginia 25213

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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 2
Representative Alex Mooney
District 2 (Running) Republican
Matt Hahn
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Cathy Kunkel
District 2 Challenger (Running) Democratic




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



State House

District 13
Representative Scott Cadle
District 13 (Lost) Republican
Representative Joshua Higginbotham
District 13 (Running) Republican
Scott Brewer
District 13 Challenger (Running) Democratic
David Ray Caldwell
District 13 Challenger (Running) Democratic
James Kennedy
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Robert Marchal
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Jonathan Pinson
District 13 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 14
Representative Jim Butler
District 14 Republican
Levi Billiter
District 14 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Brian Scott
District 14 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Johnnie Wamsley
District 14 Challenger (Running) Republican
Christopher Yeager
District 14 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 15
Representative Geoff Foster
District 15 (Running) Republican
Theresa Jackson
District 15 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Michael Young
District 15 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
District 38
Representative Dianna Graves
District 38 (Running) Republican
Nikki Ardman
District 38 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Dayton Beard
District 38 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
James Dalton
District 38 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Nick Withrow
District 38 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

State Senate

District 4
Senator Mitchell Carmichael
District 4 (Lost) Republican
Senator Eric Tarr
District 4 Republican
Bruce Ashworth
District 4 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Loyd Butcher
District 4 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Jim Butler
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Amy Nichole Grady
District 4 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 8
Senator Glenn Jeffries
District 8 (Running) Democratic
Senator Richard Lindsay
District 8 Democratic
Kathie Crouse
District 8 Challenger (Running) Republican
8 17
8 17



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

State Superintendent of Schools


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


Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

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



At-Large (Putnam County)
Commissioner Stephen Andes
At-Large Republican
Commissioner R. Haynes
At-Large Republican
Commissioner Andy Skidmore
At-Large Republican

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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