Sabato's Crystal Ball moved the U.S. Senate race from "leans Democrat" to "toss-up" on Wednesday.
Following the education work stoppage and chaos in Washington, D.C., state Democrats have their sights on success.
Aaron Scheinberg is running for the Democratic nomination in the 2nd Congressional District race,
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey held a press conference Sunday regarding former coal executive Don Blankenship and an unfiled personal financial disclosure form.
Meanwhile, fellow Republican candidate Don Blankenship is preparing another attack against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Talley Sergent is running against Aaron Scheinberg to decided who will be Democratic nominee in the 2nd Congressional District race against Republican Rep. Alex Mooney
The three leading Republican candidates for U.S. Senate faced off Tuesday in a nationally-televised debate.
The four candidates addressed the audience about their campaigns before attacking the two frontrunners.
This year's ratings took actions during the 115th Congress' first session — which was the entirety of 2017 — into consideration.
Fox News is hosting a debate at the Metropolitan Theatre in Morgantown on May 1. Participants who reached a 10 percent threshold in a poll released Tuesday will be invited to participate.
Election day is May 8, in which the winner of the primary will face U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., or Paula Jean Swearengin.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., voted to confirm Pompeo as CIA director in January 2017.
This is the only debate scheduled to include all six Republican candidates.
The Joint Select Committee on the Solvency of Multiemployer Pension Plans was created as part of the February solution ending the government shutdown.
The rule would require the DEA to take into consideration the extent of drug diversion when annual production limits are set.
With the May primary election approaching, U.S. Senate candidate Tom Willis says he is confident in his chances.
Sen. Joe Manchin has a 43 percent approval rating and 44 percent disapproval rating, according to Morning Consult.
Author and New York Times columnist David Brooks spoke about the decline of civility in American politics and how it can be restored.
The event will be held at the White Sulphur Springs Civic Center, where around 400 people are expected to attend.
The candidates discussed issues such as abortion, the opioid crisis and immigration,