The West Virginia Primary Election will take place on Tuesday, May 8. Before going to the polls, it’s important to learn where candidates in contested primary races stand on marijuana policy.
To check your voter registration, identify your House and Senate districts, and find your polling place, click here.
Races for the House of Delegates and state Senate will be critical for determining the future of marijuana policies in West Virginia. There are also several candidates for U.S. House and Senate who have demonstrated leadership or made favorable comments on marijuana policy. Click the links below to find out where candidates on your primary ballot stand. Then, put the information to use as you decide which candidates to support in the May 8 primary!
Voter registration closed on April 17. For more information on voting in West Virginia, click here.
If you speak to a candidate about marijuana policy or have information to share on how cannabis issues are impacting local races in West Virginia, please email any relevant details to Matt Simon at [email protected].