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Non-affiliated voter numbers continue to grow in Mountain State
By Jeff Jenkins, WV MetroNews

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Since the May Primary Election, Republicans and voters with ‘No Party Affiliation” have made up the largest number of new registered voters in West Virginia.

According to the Secretary of State’s Office as of Oct. 15, 10,385 state residents have registered as Republicans since May 8, while 9,467 has...


Erin Beck, Beckley Register-Herald


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 15, 2018

WVEA-PAC Endorses Judicial Candidates

CHARLESTON, W.Va. − WVEA-PAC met on Saturday, October 13 to finalize their endorsements for the November 6 General Election. WVEA-PAC endorsed the following candidates: WV Supreme Court of Appeals – Joanna Tabit (Division 1) and Jeffrey Kessler (Division 2).

WVEA-PAC Chairperson Dale Lee comments on the WV Supreme Court candidates, “I believe we have endorsed two individuals, Tabit and Kessler...


Alex Thomas, WV Metro News

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Outside of the U.S. Senate contest, it is hard to find a race in West Virginia that has garnered as much attention as that of the 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

While seeming like an easy Republican victory on paper (President Donald Trump won the district ...


By: Jake Zuckerman, Charleston Gazette-Mail

An appointed, incumbent delegate in Kanawha County running her first full-fledged campaign is ready to duke it out with the teachers’ unions.

Sharon Lewis Malcolm, a retired state employee running as a Republican, repeatedly praised the Legislature for granting a 5 percent pay raise to teachers and state employees without raising taxes.