2020 Election Profiles

W.Va.’s Department Of Agriculture Race: Supporting The Small Farm

Two farmers from north central West Virginia are vying for the position that guides and promotes the state’s agriculture industry. The Republican incumbent and the Democratic challenger both say they’re passionate about communication, which experts say is key, given the makeup and conditions of the industry in the Mountain State.

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Political Newcomer Takes On Republican Incumbent In Southern W.Va. Race For U.S. House

Republican U.S. Rep. Carol Miller is running for re-election in District 3 against Democratic and progressive challenger, Hilary Turner.

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Cline’s Grassroots Campaign Seeks To Beat McKinley In His Run For A Sixth Term In Congress

Fifty years ago West Virginia had five congressional districts -- meaning five representatives in Congress -- but over time with a population decline, the state has dropped to three. The second largest is District 1, which encompasses 20 counties in the northern part of the state that will be voting for their representation this year.

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District 2: Incumbent Alex Mooney Faces Progressive Challenger Cathy Kunkel

The candidates vying for West Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District – Republican Rep. Alex Mooney and Democrat Cathy Kunkel – are offering starkly different visions for the sprawling territory that zig-zags across the Mountain State’s middle, touching the Eastern Panhandle, the state’s capitol, Charleston, and even the Ohio River.

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