2018 Primary Election Live Results

May 8th, 2018

Monroe County, West Virginia

 

Polls open at 6:30 AM.

 

 

The West Virginia Legislature has passed new legislation that prohibits election officials from releasing precinct-by-precinct results on Election Night at the Central Counting Center. This legislation was passed because one could determine how someone voted during the Canvass Proceedings if just one provisional ballot was cast in this precinct.

 

Effective with the November 4, 2014 General Election, we will be releasing election results after every third precinct we receive. For example, when the first three precincts come in, we will advise you of the names of the three precincts and will say "Three of 18 precincts reporting." When the next three precincts come in, we will again advise you of the names of these three precincts and the totals we read out will include any precinct that has already been tallied in addition to the three we have at hand. This new procedure is going to give you a cumulative report. After proceedings at the Central Counting Center are complete, results will be posted and after Canvass Proceedings, which begins on May 16th, we can release precinct-by-precinct results.

 

Thank you for your cooperation and please understand this change was implemented to protect the privacy of the voter.

 

Report

Precincts Included in Report

Availability

1

12, 3, 16

Reporting

2

7, 1, 19

Reporting

3

22, 33, 8

Reporting

4

29, 34, 32

Reporting

5

5, 13, 18

Reporting

6

23, 30, 31

Reporting

Grand Total

All

Totals

 

Fire Levy

In order for city and county levies to pass, 60% of the voters must vote for the levy.For a school board levy election, a majority of voters must cast their ballot in favor of the additional levy for it to pass. WV Code ยง 11-8-16

Board of Education Winners

 

1. Keith Wickline (W)

2. Everette Fraley (E)

3. Candy Sabol (C)

4. Sally Wallace (Unexpired Term) (C)

 

 

PRECINCT INFORMATION

Precinct Precinct Name Magisterial District House Delegate District Senatorial District # of Republicans # of Democrats # of No Party Affiliation # of Mountain Party # of Other Parties Total Registered Voters
1 Alderson Eastern 42 10 105 178 114 1 2 400
3 Bellview Central 28 10 42 68 39 0 1 150
5 Locust Grove Central 28 10 53 40 26 0 3 122
7 Sinks Grove Eastern 42 10 181 165 97 0 3 446
8 Highland Green Eastern 42 10 168 149 93 1 1 412
12 Union Central 28 10 150 218 134 1 0 503
13 Union Central 28 10 218 304 157 0 3 682
16 Gap Mills Eastern 28 10 216 226 168 2 1 613
18 Sweet Springs Eastern 28 10 53 57 37 1 1 149
19 Waiteville Eastern 28 10 44 48 37 0 0 129
22 Greenville Central 28 10 260 368 170 3 2 803
23 Rock Camp Eastern 28 10 166 202 109 0 5 482
29 Peterstown (in town) Western 28 10 175 163 102 1 0 441
30 Peterstown Western 28 10 482 447 300 0 5 1,234
31 Red Sulphur Central 28 10 230 154 140 1 2 527
32 Lindside Western 28 10 300 285 169 1 7 762
33 Cashmere Western 28 10 320 218 129 0 2 669
34 Bozoo Central 28 10 133 92 68 0 1 294
        Totals: 3,296 3,382 2,089 13 38 8, 818

 

 

Sample Ballots

 

Republican - 28th Delegate District - Eastern District

Republican - 28th Delegate District - Central District

Republican - 28th Delegate District - Western District

Republican - 42nd Delegate District - Eastern District

Democrat - 28th Delegate District - Eastern District

Democrat -28th Delegate District - Central District

Dempcrat - 28th Delegate District - Western District

Democrat - 42nd Delegate District - Eastern District

Non-Partisan Ballot

Precinct Locations and Maps

 

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