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West Virginia Election Results - The New York Times

West Virginia was long a stronghold for Democrats. But President Trump, who has promised to boost the state’s coal industry and is wildly popular among working-class white voters, helped expedite a shift toward the Republicans.

Senator Joe Manchin III is trying to hold his seat for the Democrats and fend off a challenge from Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, whom Mr. Trump has endorsed. Both parties see the race as important to their efforts to win a majority in the Senate.

Mr. Manchin, who crossed party lines and voted to confirm Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, has focused on health care and maintaining coverage for pre-existing conditions, a resonant issue in the state. Mr. Morrisey has criticized Mr. Manchin for opposing the Republican tax overhaul.

U.S. Senate ›

Manchin* Joe Manchin*Democrat Dem.288,80849.5%
Morrisey Patrick MorriseyRepublican Rep.269,87246.3%
Hollen Rusty HollenLibertarian Lib.24,2314.2%

582,911 votes, 100% reporting (1,735 of 1,735 precincts)

* Incumbent

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Results Map

ManchinMorriseyHollen
Kanawha

38,133

21,595

1,964

100%
Berkeley

14,456

18,090

1,409

100%
Wood

15,270

14,732

1,218

100%
Monongalia

17,895

10,866

2,003

100%
Cabell

16,825

11,218

877

100%
Raleigh

10,376

12,440

904

100%
Harrison

11,297

9,411

1,476

100%
Putnam

10,453

10,036

709

100%
Jefferson

10,587

9,316

753

100%
Marion

10,854

7,260

1,189

100%
Mercer

7,399

10,007

577

100%
Ohio

8,677

6,558

500

100%
Wayne

6,358

5,919

350

100%
Greenbrier

6,182

5,549

442

100%
Fayette

6,460

5,128

552

100%
Marshall

5,462

4,842

435

100%
Preston

3,675

5,929

733

100%
Jackson

4,868

4,936

355

100%
Hancock

4,668

4,929

440

100%
Logan

4,561

4,693

299

100%
Randolph

4,444

4,011

407

100%
Mineral

3,059

5,477

293

100%
Mason

4,254

3,782

288

100%
Nicholas

3,573

3,923

305

100%
Brooke

3,974

3,488

324

100%
Upshur

3,087

3,996

418

100%
Mingo

2,924

3,820

195

100%
Hampshire

2,313

4,298

240

100%
Boone

3,873

2,693

211

100%
Morgan

2,137

3,780

277

100%
Wyoming

2,601

3,085

184

100%
Lincoln

2,872

2,542

187

100%
Lewis

2,316

2,867

373

100%
Taylor

2,360

2,633

272

100%
Barbour

2,113

2,559

252

100%
Wetzel

2,508

2,120

291

100%
Monroe

2,095

2,596

160

100%
McDowell

2,211

2,194

144

100%
Hardy

1,870

2,460

192

100%
Roane

2,159

1,895

156

100%
Braxton

2,140

1,878

156

100%
Summers

2,066

1,860

150

100%
Grant

906

2,714

129

100%
Ritchie

1,080

1,956

152

100%
Tucker

1,462

1,501

157

100%
Pocahontas

1,262

1,402

165

100%
Tyler

1,058

1,594

134

100%
Pendleton

944

1,471

91

100%
Pleasants

1,145

1,250

99

100%
Clay

1,137

1,186

94

100%
Webster

1,026

1,111

139

100%
Doddridge

745

1,345

111

100%
Calhoun

929

1,019

99

100%
Gilmer

936

926

126

100%
Wirt

773

986

75

100%
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Live estimates of the final vote in West Virginia’s Senate election

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

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The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

U.S. House ›

Dem. 0 won 0 lead

Rep. 3 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 0 won 0 lead

Rep. 3 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. Lead Win Flip

Rep. Lead Win Flip

Other Lead Win Flip

Live Estimates of the Final Vote in West Virginia’s House Races

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

See Full House Forecast  ›

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Key House Races

U.S. House District 3 ›

Miller Carol MillerRepublican Rep.98,04856.4%
Ojeda Richard OjedaDemocrat Dem.75,77643.6%

173,824 votes, 100% reporting (611 of 611 precincts)

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President Trump carried this rural district by 49 percentage points, but Democrats believe they have at least have a chance of flipping the seat. State Senator Richard Ojeda, the Democratic candidate, is a military veteran who supports coal mining and gun rights and gained national prominence by helping the state’s striking teachers win pay raises. His Republican opponent, Carol Miller, a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates, has promised to help curb opioid abuse.

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State Senate

Dem. 7 won 1 lead

Rep. 9 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 7 won 1 lead

Rep. 9 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1 53%Ihlenfeld Dem. 47%Ferns* Rep.100%
2 59%Clements* Rep. 41%Longwell Dem.100%
3 57%Azinger* Rep. 43%Leach Dem.100%
4 52%Tarr Rep. 37%Prim Dem.100%
5 60%Woelfel* Dem. 40%Lunsford Rep.100%
6 62%Maynard* Rep. 39%Sammons Dem.100%
7 57%Stollings* Dem. 43%Stephens Rep.100%
8 50%Lindsay Dem. 50%Gaunch* Rep.100%
9 54%Roberts Rep. 46%Wooton Dem.100%
10 53%Baldwin* Dem. 47%Ambler Rep.100%
11 70%Hamilton Rep. 30%Finch Dem.100%
12 54%Romano* Dem. 46%Cork Rep.100%
13 52%Beach* Dem. 48%Oliverio Rep.100%
14 60%Sypolt* Rep. 40%Zucker Dem.100%
15 72%Trump* Rep. 28%Armentrout Ind.86%
16 52%Unger* Dem. 48%Folk Rep.100%
17 52%Takubo* Rep. 48%Ellis Dem.100%
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* Incumbent 

House of Delegates

Dem. 21 won 7 lead

Rep. 44 won 4 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 21 won 7 lead

Rep. 44 won 4 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1 31%McGeehan* Rep. 25%Swartzmiller Dem.100%
2 52%Diserio* Dem. 39%Uhlly Rep.100%
3 36%Storch* Rep. 31%Fluharty* Dem.100%
4 36%Zukoff Dem. 100%
  34%Canestraro* Dem.  
5 59%Pethtel* Dem. 41%Wiley Rep.100%
6 67%Kelly Rep. 25%Combs Dem.100%
7 73%Harshbarger* Rep. 27%Lucas Dem.100%
8 62%Anderson* Rep. 38%Bland Dem.100%
9 66%Hollen* Rep. 34%Marion Dem.100%
10 20%Kelly* Rep. 100%
  20%Azinger Rep.  
  18%Criss* Rep.  
11 61%Atkinson* Rep. 39%Duncan Dem.100%
12 56%Westfall* Rep. 44%Morris Dem.100%
13 31%Higginbotham* Rep. 28%Cadle Rep.100%
14 61%Butler* Rep. 39%Solomon Dem.100%
15 64%Foster* Rep. 27%Horton Dem.100%
16 21%Hornbuckle* Dem. 18%Mandt Rep.100%
17 30%Lovejoy* Dem. 100%
  30%Rohrbach* Rep.  
18 63%Worrell Rep. 37%Nance Dem.100%
19 38%Thompson* Dem. 97%
  32%Hicks* Dem.  
20 0%Brown Dem.Uncontested
21 64%Dean* Rep. 36%White Dem.100%
22 29%Maynard* Rep. 100%
  28%Jeffries Rep.  
23 0%Miller* Dem.Uncontested
24 32%Rodighiero* Dem. 100%
  24%Tomblin Dem.  
25 75%Paynter* Rep. 25%Vance Dem.100%
26 61%Evans* Dem. 39%Cox Rep.100%
27 23%Shott* Rep. 21%Porterfield Rep.100%
28 34%Pack* Rep. 100%
  31%Cooper* Rep.  
29 52%Steele Rep. 48%Moye* Dem.100%
30 0%Bates* Dem.Uncontested
31 56%Toney Rep. 40%Snuffer Dem.100%
32 19%Kessinger* Rep. 18%Fast* Rep.100%
33 56%Hanshaw* Rep. 44%Walker Dem.100%
34 74%Boggs* Dem. 26%Thompson Rep.100%
35 15%Byrd* Dem. 15%Capito* Rep.100%
36 22%Rowe* Dem. 100%
  20%Robinson* Dem.  
37 78%Pushkin* Dem. 22%Patrick Rep.100%
38 56%Graves* Rep. 44%Tull Dem.100%
39 42%Malcolm* Rep. 35%Holmes Dem.100%
40 65%Jeffries Rep. 35%Huffman Dem.100%
41 59%Hill* Rep. 41%O'Dell Dem.100%
42 29%Campbell* Dem. 26%Lavender-Bowe Dem.100%
43 28%Thompson Dem. 28%Hartman* Dem.100%
44 60%Hanna Rep. 36%Lynch* Dem.100%
45 68%Martin Rep. 32%Kerner Dem.100%
46 62%Martin* Rep. 39%Stultz Dem.100%
47 61%Phillips Rep. 40%Larry Dem.100%
48 14%Miley* Dem. 14%Queen* Rep.100%
49 63%Summers* Rep. 37%Abel Dem.100%
50 22%Caputo* Dem. 20%Longstreth* Dem.100%
51 12%Fleischauer* Dem. 12%Hansen Dem.100%
52 54%Sypolt* Rep. 46%Knotts Dem.100%
53 60%Jennings* Rep. 34%Chase Dem.100%
54 0%Hott Rep.Uncontested
55 52%Sponaugle* Dem. 48%Hof Rep.100%
56 69%Howell* Rep. 31%Ryan Dem.37%
57 0%Rowan* Rep.Uncontested
58 69%Cowles* Rep. 25%Hahn Dem.100%
59 62%Kump Rep. 38%Isner Dem.100%
60 0%Wilson* Rep.Uncontested
61 0%Barrett* Dem.Uncontested
62 68%Bibby Rep. 32%Toodle Dem.100%
63 50%Hardy Rep. 42%Brown Dem.100%
64 58%Householder* Rep. 42%Frankenberry Dem.100%
65 53%Brown Dem. 47%Upson* Rep.100%
66 58%Espinosa* Rep. 42%Dinges Dem.100%
67 56%Doyle Dem. 44%Moore* Rep.100%
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* Incumbent 

Ballot Measures

Amendment 1No Right to Abortion

The state's Constitution would be amended to state that a woman's right to an abortion is not protected in West Virginia, paving the way for the State Legislature to ban the procedure outright if the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

For For295,53651.7%
Against Against275,74848.3%

571,284 votes, 100% reporting (1,735 of 1,735 precincts)

Amendment 2Judicial Budget Oversight

For For382,76472.3%
Against Against146,57127.7%

529,335 votes, 99% reporting (1,721 of 1,735 precincts)