On Election Day 2022, voters in all 55 West Virginia counties voted at schools, churches and community centers. They voted for state senators, city council members, judges, school board members and congresspeople.
How we cover elections differently
We believe that elections are – or should be – more about West Virginians and our families, so on Election Day, we fanned out across our state to see what our neighbors were thinking about.
From Keyser to Hinton, here is some of what we heard.
LEWISBURG – Carla Bundy is standing with a baguette, waiting for her order at Blackwell’s Catering. Bundy has lived in Lewisburg since 1975. She spent…Keep reading
HINTON – Steven Cales is sitting in his truck outside the Kroger waiting for his mom, Bonnie, to come out. He has a hospital bracelet…Keep reading
MORGANTOWN — Kaden Lee will not be voting in this year’s election. It’s not that he’s ineligible; the West Virginia University freshman, born in Florida…Keep reading
ELKINS — Haley Webb needed to replace her driver’s license, but didn’t want to go alone. So, as per usual, the 24-year-old FedEx delivery driver…Keep reading
KEYSER — Before the polls opened Tuesday, before even the sun had risen over Keyser, Kieran Wilson had started her work day. She and her…Keep reading