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2016 West Virginia Election Guide

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The following will be updated every week based on pre-candidacy filings with the West Virginia Secretary of State.

The three colors of the map (red, blue or purple), depend on who is currently representing the district. If Democrats have a majority (in terms of who is currently in office) in the district, it is shaded blue. If Republicans have a majority, it is shaded red. And if there is an even split, the district is shaded purple.

The Senate map, contains both incumbents and what year they are up for re-election (ie 2016 or 2018). Everyone in the House is up for re-election in 2016.

If you see any errors, have any suggestions or questions about this guide, feel free to email them to joel.ebert@dailymailwv.com

House of Delegates:

State Senate: