Unofficial results for national, state races


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West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, First Lady Cathy Justice and members of their family greet supporters during Justice’s victory celebration Tuesday night at the Greenbrier. Justice won re-election in Tuesday’s General Election. (Photo courtesy of The Register-Herald | Rick Barbero)

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, First Lady Cathy Justice and members of their family greet supporters during Justice’s victory celebration Tuesday night at the Greenbrier. Justice won re-election in Tuesday’s General Election. (Photo courtesy of The Register-Herald | Rick Barbero)


CHARLESTON — The Associated Press has reported what could be described as a red wave for West Virginia with GOP Incumbents President Donald Trump, Gov. Jim Justice, U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito and Congresswoman Carol Miller announced as receiving the majority of votes in the Mountain State, in their respective races.

In addition, the AP is reporting winners in state races as follows:

Auditor: Incumbent JB McCuskey (R);

Attorney General: Incumbent Patrick Morrisey (R);

Treasurer: Riley Moore (R);

Secretary of State: Incumbent Mac Warner (R);

Agriculture Commissioner: Incumbent Kent Leonhardt (R);

Mason County Teacher Amy Grady (R), of Leon, has won a seat in the legislature, representing the Fourth District in the State Senate.

In the race for House of Delegates 13th District (two seats), Incumbent Joshua Kurt Higginbotham (R) and Jonathan Adam Pinson (R) were declared the top two vote-getters by media outlets; while Johnnie Wamsley, was reported as winning the 14th District.

These are the unofficial results.

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, First Lady Cathy Justice and members of their family greet supporters during Justice’s victory celebration Tuesday night at the Greenbrier. Justice won re-election in Tuesday’s General Election. (Photo courtesy of The Register-Herald | Rick Barbero)
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2020/11/web1_11.5-Justice.jpgWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, First Lady Cathy Justice and members of their family greet supporters during Justice’s victory celebration Tuesday night at the Greenbrier. Justice won re-election in Tuesday’s General Election. (Photo courtesy of The Register-Herald | Rick Barbero)

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