Women Running in West Virginia

Significance of State

"The American political landscape has changed a lot over the past 25 years but there is no more dramatic shift than the one that has pushed this state from deep blue to ruby red. In the 1992 presidential election, Democrat Bill Clinton won West Virginia by a solid 13 percentage points. In November, Republican President-elect Donald Trump captured the state in a walk — winning it by more than 40 percentage points." 

Cathy Kunkel ~ U.S. House, District 2

Cathy Kunkel is running to represent the District 2. She ran unchallenged for the Democratic nomination in the June Democratic Primary. She's running against Republican Alexander Mooney.

Hillary Turner ~ U.S. House, District 3

Hilary Turner is running to represent the 3rd District. Her GOP rival is incumbent Republican Carol Miller. Miller voted against voter protections, against internet regulations, against regulation of campaign ads and foreign involvement in these campaign ads, and against the impeachment of Donald Tump.

Natalie Cline ~ U.S. House, District 1

Natalie Cline is running to represent West Virginia's 1st District. She's running to unseat Rupublican incumbent David McKinley.

Paula Jean Swearengin ~ U.S. Senate

Paula Jean is taking on incumbent Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito. Capito voted for Brett Kavanaugh, voted to acquit President Trump and votes to support Trump's agenda 95.1% of the time.

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