West Virginia

Here we need to:
Flip the House of Delegates
​Flip the Governor's Seat

West Virginia is going to need a lot of help this year to break the GOP trifecta that Republicans hold at the state-level.


Let's get to work.

State House

This November, all 67 districts in West Virginia's House of Delegates will be up for reelection. 


​Democrats would need to pick off 10 seats to flip the chamber.


​We have work to do.

  • This race was decided by less than 1000 votes in 2018​

  • 2018: R+2, 2016: R+7, 2014: R+3

  • Trish Pritchard is campaigning on raising the minimum wage and increased union power

  • ​This race was decided by less than 1000 votes in 2018

  • 2018: R+2, 2016: R+7, 2014: R+3​

  • Brewer is a moderate Democrat who is fighting for manufacturing jobs in the state

  • This race was decided by less than 80 votes in 2018

  • 2018: R+1, 2016: D+7, 2014: R+7

  • Vickers is running on campaign finance reform and Democratic Party reforms

  • This race was decided within 3% in 2018, and 1% in 2016.

  • 2018: D+0.4, 2016: D+7, 2014: D+0.4​

  • A former miner, Garcia is one of six children

  • This race was decided within 200 votes in 2018, and 100 votes before that

  • 2018: R+2, 2016: D+1, 2014: R+1

  • Deems is running to "give a voice to educators"

  • This race was decided within 200 votes in 2018, and 100 votes before that

  • 2018: R+2, 2016: D+1, 2014: R+1

Governor

This November, the Governor's seat in West Virginia's will be up for reelection.


​Democrats need to hold this seat to guarantee fair maps are drawn in 2021.


Let's get to work.

  • Salango is a union advocate, a proponent of paid family leave, and has committed to transforming education in West Virginia

  • West Virginia last elected a Democratic Governor in 2012

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