From the Well

    At the center of the West Virginia state capitol is an area known as "The Well." It is the informal gathering place for lobbyists, reporters, constituents and lawmakers. Centrally located between the chambers of the House of Delegates and Senate, The Well is often where information is shared, alliances are formed and deals are made.

    Likely Delays in Counting Absentee Ballots Could Result in Chaos

    Absentee Ballots


    By Brian Skinner, Esq.

    Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is very likely that West Virginia will see a marked increase in the use of absentee voting compared to prior elections. As of August 25, already more than 22,300 of West Virginia’s registered voters have requested an absentee ballot to participate in the November 3rd general election.