The Gazette-Mail is endorsing Democrat Andrew Robinson for West Virginia Senate in District 17, and Glenn Jeffries in District 8.
West Virginia has a history of sending people to the U.S. House of Representatives and keeping them there for a long time. Since 1983, a period covering 37 years and six presidential administrations, the 2nd Congressional District has been represented by just four people. Only two have serve…
Voters have some difficult choices when looking at the candidates for the Kanawha County Board of Education. There are two candidates in District 1, and three in District 3. Only one from each group will join the board.
In the Democratic Party primary for the West Virginia House of Delegates, District 36, the Gazette-Mail endorses incumbents Amanda Estep-Burton and Larry Rowe, and candidate James Elam. In the Republican Party primary, we endorse Chris Walters, Chris Pritt and John Luoni.
The Gazette-Mail endorses Ben Salango in the Democratic primary for governor of West Virginia, and Woody Thrasher in the Republican primary.
The Gazette-Mail endorses Andrew Robinson in the Democratic Primary for West Virginia’s 17th District state Senate seat, representing part of Kanawha County.
Gov. Jim Justice appointed an unprecedented three justices to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals after the fallout of the spending scandal, impeachment and criminal charges that engulfed the high court in 2018.
The Gazette-Mail endorses Joanna Tabit in the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Division 2 race. The race is nonpartisan and will be decided in the upcoming primary.
Voters in West Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District should choose Talley Sergent to represent them in Congress, because she’s the best choice for the job. They should also choose her because incumbent Congressman Alex Mooney is the wrong choice for the job.
Our Charleston City Council endorsement on Tuesday should have included candidate Jennifer Pharr, a Democrat running for one of the six at-large seats. Pharr is a commercial realtor and property manager, which makes her a local small-business owner.
For the past 25 years, Kanawha County residents have arbitrarily limited their school excess levy, capping what the school system could collect and spend on schools and shortchanging students by about $24 million a year in recent years.