|Natalie Tennant||Secretary of State||Statewide|
|Doug Reynolds||Attorney General||Statewide|
|Mary Ann Claytor||Auditor||Statewide|
|Jack Yost||State Senate||1|
|Richard Ojeda||State Senate||7|
|Glenn Jeffries||State Senate||8|
|D. Michael Goode||State Senate||9|
|Bob Williams||State Senate||14|
|Stephen Skinner||State Senate||16|
|Corey Palumbo||State Senate||17|
|Shawn Fluharty||House of Delegates||3|
|Joe Canestraro||House of Delegates||4|
|Michael T. Ferro||House of Delegates||4|
|Dave Pethtel||House of Delegates||5|
|J. Morgan Leach||House of Delegates||10|
|Andy Daniel||House of Delegates||10|
|Rosalee Juba-Plumley||House of Delegates||13|
|Sean Hornbuckle||House of Delegates||16|
|Joe Akers||House of Delegates||16|
|Matt Spurlock||House of Delegates||16|
|Joe M. Fincham II||House of Delegates||17|
|Chad Lovejoy||House of Delegates||17|
|Rodney A. Miller||House of Delegates||23|
|Frank “Bucky” Blackwell||House of Delegates||25|
|Sabrina Shrader||House of Delegates||27|
|Kristen E. Ross||House of Delegates||31|
|Dr. Margaret Anne Staggers||House of Delegates||32|
|shirley love||House of Delegates||32|
|Ben Adams||House of Delegates||35|
|Thornton Cooper||House of Delegates||35|
|Nancy Guthrie||House of Delegates||36|
|Andrew Robinson||House of Delegates||36|
|Larry L. Rowe||House of Delegates||36|
|Mike Pushkin||House of Delegates||37|
|Thomas R. Tull||House of Delegates||38|
|Wes Holden||House of Delegates||39|
|Stephen Baldwin||House of Delegates||42|
|Ken Auvil||House of Delegates||47|
|Wayne Worth||House of Delegates||48|
|Derek McIntyre||House of Delegates||48|
|Linda Longstreth||House of Delegates||50|
|Tim Manchin||House of Delegates||50|
|Mike Caputo||House of Delegates||50|
|Evan Hansen||House of Delegates||51|
|Nancy Jamison||House of Delegates||51|
|Barbara Evans Fleischauer||House of Delegates||51|
|John Williams||House of Delegates||51|
|Rodney A. Pyles||House of Delegates||51|
|Al Tomson||House of Delegates||53|
|Beverly C. Keadle||House of Delegates||57|
|Christy Santana||House of Delegates||62|
|Sammi Brown||House of Delegates||65|
|Rod Snyder||House of Delegates||67|
It’s that time of the year again! We’ve sent out candidate questionnaires to all state House and Senate candidates*. Now it’s up to YOU to decide who we endorse.
Join us September 29th in the third floor conference room of the YWCA at 1114 Quarrier St. in Charleston for our 2016 General Election Endorsements Meeting!
Live outside of the Charleston area? Join us by phone; RSVP to email@example.com to receive call-in information.
The first half an hour will be reception-style with food and an opportunity to renew your membership; BYOB if you want something a little stronger than water and tea! The remaining time will be used for a discussion and vote on who to endorse in the upcoming election.
Note: ALL are welcome, but ONLY members can vote!
To update your membership, click here.
*We’ve only received a handful of candidate questionnaires back. Please contact your favorite state House and Senate candidates and remind them to complete our questionnaire and return it by this Friday, September 9th! The questionnaires help guide our endorsements process.
Our 2016 primary election endorsements have been decided; see below for who our members voted to endorse in three different races!
Don’t forget, early voting starts tomorrow, April 27th and ends May 7th. Call your local county clerk for early voting hours and locations.
Tuesday, May 10th is election day! Find your polling location here.
As the mountain state’s progressive PAC, we’re happy to announce our endorsement for Governor – Booth Goodwin!
Official statement from Regenerate WV Board of Directors on endorsement of Booth Goodwin for Governor:
Regenerate WV proudly endorses Booth Goodwin as our next Governor. Mr. Goodwin has dedicated his campaign and his career to the interests of everyday working people. He is pro-worker, pro-choice, and pro-child.
Mr. Goodwin is an innovator. While US Attorneys across the country were content to fill our prisons with low-level substance abusers, Mr. Goodwin saw a different path. He piloted successful diversion programs, so that folks could get treatment instead of incarceration; that also freed his office up to go up the food chain and prosecute the folks who were getting rich off our misery. He also started the nationally-recognized Handle With Care program, so that children who had witnessed or survived criminal activity could get the support they needed at school.
Finally, our state needs a governor who has the courage to take big, bold action. Mr. Goodwin has that courage. He has prosecuted corruption charges against political machines from his own party. And he was the first prosecutor in the nation to bring charges against a high-level coal executive for their responsibility in a mine disaster, and he won a conviction. No other candidate has shown this combination of progressive values, innovation, and fearlessness.
West Virginia’s judicial races are now non-partisan, but the clear progressive choice for our state Supreme Court is Darrell McGraw! Judicial races will be decided in the primary rather than general election, so be sure to get out and vote.
Today’s children are our future, so we’re happy to endorse Ric Cavender for Kanawha County Board of Education! We believe he’s the best choice to ensuring the progress of our children and thus our future.
Help us spread the word about our endorsed candidates and election dates by visiting our Facebook page and sharing these memes with your friends and family!
We’ll be endorsing candidates in the gubernatorial, Supreme Court, & Kanawha County Board of Education races.
Before discussing endorsements for the Kanawha County BOE race, we will have a forum with the candidates. All candidates have been invited, and at this time, Ric Cavender and Adam Knauff have confirmed they will be participating.
The meeting is open to all, BUT only members can vote on endorsements. If you’d like to become a member before the meeting, please visit: regeneratewv.org/
We hope to see you there!
Join us for an evening with West Virginia’s gubernatorial and Supreme Court candidates! ALL are welcome, and the event is FREE.
What? Regenerate WV Forum & Fundraiser
When? March 15th from 6-8 pm
Where? Woman’s Club of Charleston, 1600 Virginia St. E.
RSVP & invite your friends: on.fb.me/1QnebGf
All of the gubernatorial and Supreme Court candidates have been invited to participate in two candidate forums where we will be asking them questions, some pre-made by Regenerate WV’s Board of Directors and others by YOU, the attendees.
In addition to the forum, we will have refreshments and an opportunity for you to either become a member, update your membership, or donate. You can also do so online here before the event. Note our membership dues have changed! Visit our website for more details.
We hope to see you on March 15th as we kickoff the start of our 2016 election organizing!
Regenerate WV will be active in the Charleston City Council general election to move real change at the local level–by endorsing and putting feet on the ground to TURN OUT THE VOTE for progressives!
Please join us for an evening of mingling, eating, writing checks, hearing from candidates for Charleston City Council, and discussing endorsements. Be there!
Thursday, April 9th @ 5:30PM
Regenerate WV is proud to endorse the following progressive candidates:
House of Delegates (from Kanawha County):
Bobbie Hatfield (District 35)
Sherri Wong (District 35)
Thornton Cooper (District 35)
Nancy Guthrie (District 36)
Larry Rowe (District 36)
Mike Pushkin (District 37)
Sally Shepherd (District 39)
House of Delegates (non-Kanawha County):
Shawn Fluharty (District 3)
Dave Pethtel (District 5)
Denzil Malone (District 8)
Paul Miller (District 10)
Mike Bright (District 12)
Josh McGrath (District 13)
Sean Hornbuckle (District 16)
Jim Morgan (District 16)
Lauren Plymale (District 16)
Don Perdue (District 19)
Clif Moore (District 26)
Clyde McKnight (District 31)
Coy Flowers (District 42)
Courtney Jesser (District 42)
Tammy Stemple (District 47)
Mike Manypenny (District 49)
Mike Caputo (District 50)
Barbara Fleishcauer (District 51)
John Williams (District 51)
Nancy Jamison (District 51)
Layne Diehl (District 59)
Jason Barrett (District 61)
Kristin Loken (District 62)
Daniel Lutz (District 66)
Stephen Skinner (District 67)
Senate (from Kanawha County):
Erik Wells (District 8)
Senate (non-Kanawha County):
Ron Miller (District 10)
Robin Wilson (District 3)
Don Cookman (District 15)
Regenerate also endorses a “Yes” vote on the Kanawha County Library Levy.
For maps of the Senate and House districts, click here.
Join us for our Fall Fundraiser!
Monday, September 8th
Taylor Books (226 Capitol St.)
6pm reception (Program starts at 6:30)
We will be awarding our inaugural Elizabeth Simpson Drewry Award to Delegate Stephen Skinner. The award honors an individual who has carried on the ground-breaking, progressive legacy of Elizabeth Simpson Drewry — the first African-American woman to be elected to the West Virginia legislature.
We will also be hosting a panel discussion with elected officials and candidates on “How Progressives Can Win Back West Virginia.”
If you can’t make it, you can donate online here.
How did my Delegate vote? The answer’s now a click away…
Want to know how your legislators voted on reproductive rights? Minimum wage? Child hunger?
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Early voting will be held Wednesday , April 30, 2014 through Saturday May 10, 2014, excluding Sunday May 4th.
Voting is open during regular business hours at each county courthouse or annex. Early Voting is also available each Saturday during the Early Voting period from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Kanawha County Courthouse is located at 409 Virginia St., East. A listing of other county courthouses is available here.