Twitter is an increasingly powerful tool for communication and news gathering. This election, the company has provided an analytical look at the political conversation in each state leading up to Tuesday, November 4.

So take a look at who's tweeting about politics in West Virginia and what they have to say:  

Dave Mistich / West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Who knew a doodle of the state could inspire a social media campaign? Especially one that not only shows potential but has proven successful in just a short amount of time.

That's been the case with Draw West Virginia.

West Virginia Morning
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On West Virginia Morning, an unusual use for twitter.  In Kanawha County, an emergency coordinator is using the social media site to inform citizens where heroin overdoses occur.  And we’ll meet artist Janice Summers-Young who makes art from anything she finds.

Kristi George / West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Everyone here at West Virginia Public Broadcasting is excited for Saturday's Antiques Roadshow taping at the Charleston Civic Center. We wanted to share a bit of the behind the scenes action as it happens right here.

Whether you were lucky enough to get a ticket (be sure to share your experience using #wvantiques!) or following along at home or on the go, have a look at all of the interesting antiques and quirky heirlooms from our various social media feeds:

How would you describe the future of West Virginia in six words? We want to know as part of our digital project, What's Next for West Virginia

Here's your chance to join the conversation and offer six words that reflect what you feel is next for the state. 

Follow along with the action in both the Senate and House of Delegates with this Twitter list curated by @wvpublicnews. Members on this include our reporters from The Legislature Today, other members of the Capitol press corps, and lawmakers themselves.