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Unofficial Results for General Election

The Free Press WV

Based on the unofficial results reported by the counties, voter turnout for this midterm election was unofficially more than 47 percent.

Six counties started Election Day with power outages in fourteen of the state’s 1,740 voting precincts. However, the Secretary of State’s Office and county clerks planned ahead and supplied generators to most precincts before the polls opened, and shortly thereafter in the rest. Secretary Warner would personally like to thank the Department of Homeland Security, WV National Guard, the Fusion Center, local 911 emergency services, Appalachian Power, First Energy, AEP, the county clerks and several generous citizens that all chipped in to help restore power to those critical areas.

A complete list of unofficial election results, including the two constitutional amendments, can be found at: WV 2018 General Election Unofficial Results.

Official results will be certified following canvass and the recount period. Canvass begins November 13, 2018 in most counties, and the recount period lasts for 48 hours after each county announces their official results.

Click HERE for Election Results

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