Between the aftermath of the Teachers' Strike & high profile senate race, all eyes were on this year's West Virginia Midterm primary. But how did this translate at the ballot box?
According to WV Public Broadcasting, it translated very well.
From WV Public Broadcasting
Tuesday’s numbers far surpassed that of the last midterm primary four years ago. Just more than 245,000 voters turned out for the primary in 2014, which was 20 percent of registered voters at the time.