WYOMING COUNTY, W. Va. – For the Primary Election 2020, Wyoming County saw 4,881 voters cast their ballots.

The countywide breakdown shows 17,666 registered voters, so 4,881 would be 27.63% for voter turnout.

2,281 Republican ballots, 2,456 Democratic Ballots and144 Nonpartisan Ballots were cast.

Republican Contests results were as follows:

In the race for President, 2,242 votes were cast.
Bob Ely 0.18% 4
Matthew John Matern 0.13% 3
Bill Weld 0.45% 10
Donald J. Trump 97.90% 2,195
Roque ‘Rocky’ De La Fuente 0.40% 9
Joe Walsh 0.94% 21

The race for Republican U.S. Senator saw 2,143 total votes.
Shelley Moore Capito 86.89% 1,862
Allen Whitt 8.07% 173
Larry Eugene Butcher 5.04% 108

2,002 votes were cast for U.S. House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional District.
Russel Siegel 38.66% 774
Carol Miller 61.34% 1,228

For Governor, 2,235 votes were cast.
Doug Six 1.07% 24
Woody Thrasher 7.61% 170
Jim Justice 82.15% 1,836
Charles R. Sheedy Sr. 0.36% 8
Michael ‘Mike’ Folk 6.62% 148
Brooke Lunsford 1.48% 33
Shelby Jean Fitzhugh 0.72% 16

Secretary of State incumbent Mac Warner ran unopposed on the Republican ballot, receiving 1,812 votes.

Auditor incumbent John ‘JB’ McCuskey also ran unopposed on the Republican ballot, receiving 1,680 votes.

Republican Riley Moore received 1,689 votes for State Treasurer.

For Commissioner of Agriculture, 1,804 votes were cast.
Kent Leonhardt 54.88% 990
Roy Ramey 45.12% 814

Incumbent Attorney General Patrick Morrisey ran unopposed on Republican ballots, receiving 1,719 votes.

For State Senator, 9th Senatorial District, 2,227 votes were cast.
David Bugs Stover 87.93% 1,956
Sue Cline 12.17% 271

Republican Mark Dean ran opposed for the House of Delegates, 21st District, receiving 225 votes.

For House of Delegates, 24th District, 120 votes were cast.
Margitta Mazzochi 49.17% 59
Jordan Bridges 50.83% 61

For House of Delegates, 25th District, Tony Paynter ran unopposed and received 1,330 votes.

In the race for House of Delegates, 31st District, 294 votes were cast.
Christopher Toney 67.69% 199
Kase Poling 32.31% 95

No Candidate filed for County Commissioner on the Republican ballot, nor for Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, and Assessor.

For Surveyor, Sefton Stewart ran unopposed and received 1,676 votes.

Democratic Contests results were as follows:

In the race for President, 1,807 votes were cast.
Michael Bennet 3.38% 61
Andrew Yang 0.94% 17
Tom Steyer 0.89% 16
Elizabeth Warren 3.10% 56
Amy Klobuchar 2.60% 47
Deval Patrick 0.83% 15
David Lee Rice 22.41% 405
Bernie Sanders 11.34% 205
Michael R. Bloomberg 2.21% 40
Pete Buttigieg 1.77% 32
Tulsi Gabbard 3.04% 55
Joseph R. Biden 47.48% 858

The race for Democratic U.S. Senator saw 2,003 total votes.
Paula Jean Swearengin 45.13% 904
Richard N Ojeda II 41.14% 824
Richie Robb 13.73% 275

1,891 votes were cast for U.S. House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional District.
Jeff Lewis 11.79% 223
Paul E. Davis 12.69% 240
Hilary Turner 14.07% 266
Mr. Lacy Watson 61.45% 1,162

For Governor, 1,951 votes were cast.
Ron Stollings 22.09% 431
Stephen Smith 18.81% 367
Ben Salango 39.06% 762
Douglas Hughes 16.61% 324
Jody Murphy 3.43% 67

In the Secretary of State race, Natalie Tennant ran unopposed on the Democratic ballot, receiving 1,963 votes.

For State Auditor, Mary Ann Roebuck Claytor ran unopposed on the Democratic ballot, receiving 1,732 votes.

Incumbent John D. Perdue ran unopposed, receiving 1,967 votes for State Treasurer.

For Commissioner of Agriculture, 1,837 votes were cast.
WM J.R. Keplinger 38.11% 700
Bob Beach 34.40% 632
Dave Miller 27.49% 505

In the Democratic race for Attorney General, 1,846 votes were cast.
Sam Brown Petsonk 74.40% 1,379
Isaac Sponaugle 25.30% 467

For State Senator, 9th Senatorial District, no candidate filed on the Democratic ballot.

Phyllis White ran opposed for the House of Delegates, 21st District, receiving 229 votes.

For House of Delegates, 24th District, 51 votes were cast.
Tim Tomblin 50.98% 26
George Howes 19.61% 10
Susan Shelton Perry 29.41% 15

For House of Delegates, 25th District, no candidate filed on the Democratic ballot.

For House of Delegates, 31st District, no candidate filed on the Democratic ballot.

For County Commissioner, 2,352 votes were cast.
Eugene F. McMillion 37.93% 892
Jason E. Mullins 62.07% 1,460

Michael Cochrane ran unopposed for Prosecuting Attorney, receiving 2,038 votes.

Brad Ellison ran unopposed for Sheriff, receiving 2,107 votes.

Michael E. “Mike” Cook ran unopposed for Assessor, receiving 2,080 votes.

For Surveyor, no candidate filed on Democratic ballots.

The results of the Non-Partisan contests were as follows:

For Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals – Division 1, 3,971 votes were cast.
Richard Neely 50.94% 2,023
Tim Armstead 39.34% 1,562
David Hummel, Jr. 9.72% 386

For Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals – Division 2, 4,257 votes were cast.
Kristina ‘Kris’ Raynes 7.26% 309
Joanna I Tabit 14.05% 598
William R. ‘Bill’ Wooton 70.50% 3,001
Jim Douglas 8.20% 349

For Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals – Division 3, 3,958 votes were cast.
Bill Schwartz 8.92% 353
John A Hutchinson 80.52% 3,187
Lora A. Dyer 10.56% 418

For Magistrate, Division 1, 4,617 votes were cast.
Roger ‘Snowman’ Snow 62.33% 2,878
Jeff Dunigon 37.67% 1,739

For Magistrate, Division 2, Craig Cook ran unopposed with 4,039 votes.

For Magistrate, Division 3, Jeff Barlow ran unopposed, receiving 4,040 votes.

For Wyoming County Board of Education, 8,273 votes were cast.
Nathan R. England, Sr. 15.60% 1,291
Richie Walker 20.67% 1,710
Verdis Walls 9.91% 820
Betty F. England 16.95% 1,402
David G. Thompson 11.60% 960
Michael R. ‘Mike’ Prichard 25.26% 2,090

For Conservation District Supervisor, 4,445 votes were cast.
Fred Halsey 69.52% 3,090
Edsel Ray Lafferty 30.48% 1,355

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