Rapper Kanye West will not appear as a presidential candidate on West Virginia’s ballot in November following a federal judge’s ruling Monday.
WASHINGTON — Democrats blocked a pared-down GOP coronavirus relief bill in a bitterly disputed Senate vote Thursday, leaving the two parties without a clear path forward to approve new economic stimulus before the November election.
More than 58,000 West Virginians have requested an absentee ballot for the 2020 general election within the first month of being able to do so.
While she's doubtful it will pass, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., said she thinks the slimmed-down COVID-19 relief package sponsored by Senate President Mitch McConnell would help those who need it most.
West Virginia’s highest court next month is scheduled to hear arguments in the case of whether Gov. Jim Justice is violating the state constitution by not residing in Charleston.
In a time of crisis, election officials are counting on West Virginians to step up and into their local polling places not only to vote, but to pull a double civic duty as a poll worker during the 2020 general election in November.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., on Friday said claims made by Gov. Jim Justice during a Thursday news briefing were misleading, and the possibility of $766 million flowing into West Virginia for broadband expansion is unlikely to happen.
County commissioners may meet as a Board of Canvassers to certify results of an election, even if one or more of the commissioners was on the ballot, the state Ethics Commission determined Thursday.
For a second straight month, West Virginia tax collection finished in the black, a phenomenon Gov. Jim Justice attributed to a strong economy — not an infusion of federal CARES Act money.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., on Tuesday called on President Donald Trump and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to authorize managers of local Postal Service distribution centers to return to service sorting and processing machines ordered idled by DeJoy in recent months.
Without extra money from the state, Lincoln County Clerk Direl Baker thought it was a “foregone conclusion” that no one would be mailing absentee ballot applications to West Virginia voters for the 2020 General Election.
Rapper Kanye West is seeking an injunction to be listed as a candidate for president on ballots in West Virginia for the 2020 general election.
More than three years after the West Virginia Legislature enacted a law calling for the Division of Highways to revamp its job classifications and pay grades to improve recruitment and retention of employees, the state Personnel Board on Thursday gave final approval to the plan — but not wit…
Gov. Jim Justice said Tuesday afternoon that school marching bands will be permitted to perform at extracurricular activities after all. The announcement came after the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission said they’d be barred from performing because of COVID-19.
A federal judge has ruled the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office doesn’t have to extend the deadline for independent candidates to collect signatures to get on the state’s ballot for the general election.
WASHINGTON — Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is defending himself against scathing criticism from Democrats over mail delays that they say could threaten the U.S. Postal Service’s ability to deliver mail-in ballots on time for the November election.
Rapper Kanye West has come 761 signatures short of appearing as a candidate for president on ballots in West Virginia.
West Virginia’s color-coded COVID-19 risk metric will be used to determine accessibility at nursing homes and long-term care facilities, Justice administration officials said Friday.
With a stay issued late Tuesday by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, candidate order on West Virginia’s 2020 general election ballots appears near-certain to follow a 1991 law giving preference to the party of the incumbent president.
For the second time in a week, Gov. Jim Justice opened the purse strings on the governor’s civil contingency fund Tuesday to hand out $1.14 million in grants to performing arts and historic preservation organizations.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., toured the U.S. Postal Service’s Charleston Processing and Distribution Center, in South Charleston, on Monday to “thank employees for getting mail to West Virginians” during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a news release issued before the visit.