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Election 2016

Candidate Meetings

Voting Information

When is Election Day?

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Polls will be open that day from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. You can find your polling place by contacting your county clerk's office, or by entering your name and birth date here

Can I vote early?

Early voting in West Virginia begins Wednesday, Oct. 26, and ends Saturday, Nov. 5. Hours vary slightly by county. A full list of county early-voting hours is available here

Who's on the ballot?

You can see sample ballots from most of West Virginia's 55 counties here. The Charleston Gazette-Mail published Kanawha County's sample ballot in its print edition on Oct. 18, and will again on Nov. 7, the day before the election.

Do I need ID to vote?

No. The West Virginia Legislature passed a law this year that requires some form of ID to vote, but that law doesn't go into effect until next year. More Info

Can I take a photo inside the voting booth?

No. West Virginia law doesn’t allow that. More Info

I've seen a violation of election laws. How do I report it?

Call the Secretary of State's office at 304-558-6000 or 866-SOS-VOTE (866-767-8683).

I have other questions about voting.

The Secretary of State has a list of frequently asked questions and a list of voter's rights


Bill Cole (R)


Jim Justice (D)


David Moran (L)


Charlotte Pritt (M)


Congress - District 2

Mark Hunt (D)


(i) Alex Mooney (R)


Attorney General

(i) Patrick Morrisey (R)


Doug Reynolds (D)


Karl Kolenich (I)


Michael Sharley (M)


Secretary of the State

(i) Natalie Tennant (D)


Mac Warner (R)


John Buckley (L)



JB McCuskey (R)


Mary Ann Claytor (D)


Brenton Ricketts (L)



(i) John Perdue (D)


Ann Urling (R)


Michael Allen Young (I)


AG Commissioner

(i) Walt Helmick (D)


Kent Leonhardt (R)


Buddy Guthrie (L)


Kanawha County Commission

(i) Dave Hardy (D)


Lance Wheeler (R)


State Senate District 4

(i) Mitch Carmichael (R)


Brian Prim (D)


State Senate District 8

(i) Chris Walters (R)


Glenn Jeffries (D)


State Senate District 17

(i) Corey Palumbo (D)


Chris Stansbury (R)


House District 35

Ben Adams (D)


(i) Andrew Byrd (D)


Thornton Cooper (D)


Ben Sheridan (D)


Moore Capito (R)


Charlotte Lane (R)


Keith Pauley (R)


(i) Eric Nelson (R)


House District 36

Adam Marcum (R)


Chelsea Walker-Gaskins (R)


(i) Brad White (R)


(i) Larry Rowe (D)


(i) Nancy Guthrie (D)


Andrew Robinson (D)


Elizabeth Rhule (M)


House District 37

(i) Mike Pushkin (D)


Thomas Goodman (R)


House District 38

Nancy Foster (R)


Tom Tull (D)


House District 39

Wes Holden (D)


(i) Ron Walters (R)


House District 40

(i) Tim Armstead (R)


Melissa Riggs Huffman (D)