West Virginians went to the polls yesterday – at least figuratively – as the state’s delayed 2020 Primary Election finally took place. And the election brought with it a number of electoral surprises.
With the postponement of the original May 12th election date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 250,000 voters took advantage of mail-in absentee voting or the early voting process. Tens of thousands of more votes were cast in person at polling places throughout the State yesterday. This year, the entire Board of Public Works, a majority of the West Virginia Supreme Court of ...