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West Virginia Secretary of State - Elections Division
2000 West Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary Results
May 9, 2000
Al Gore ***
Bill Bradley ***
Lyndon LaRouche ***
Angus Wheeler McDonald ***
2000 West Virginia Republican Presidential Primary Results
May 9, 2000
George W. Bush ***
John McCain ***
Alan Keyes ***
Gary Bauer ***
Steve Forbes ***

2000 West Virginia Congressional and Statewide Races
May 9, 2000
U.S. Rep. Robert E. "Bob" Wise Jr. (D) 62%, ex-prosecutor Jim Lees (D) 38%, Cecil H. Underwood (R) 79.23%, contractor Joseph Anthony Oliverio II (R) 11.77%, community activist Donna H. McCase (R) 5.64%, Larry Eugene Butcher (R) 3.36%, ex-St. Board of Education President Bobbie Edward "Bob" Myers (L), retired CIA agent Louis J. Davis (Rfm), novelist Denise Giardina (Mt),
Secretary of State
ex-St. Sen. Joe Manchin II (D) 50.6%, St. Sen. Michael A. Oliverio II (D) 13.7%, ex-Huntington Mayor / ex-St. Sen. Robert R. "Bobby" Nelson (D) 7.2%, '96 Governor nominee / ex-St. Sen. Charlotte Pritt (D) 28.5%, No Republicans Poochie Myers (L)
Attorney General
Darrell McGraw (D) No Republican
John D. Perdue No Republican
Glen B. Gainer III No Republican
Agriculture Commissioner
Gus R. Douglass No Republican
Robert C. Byrd (D) David T. Gallaher (R) 54%, accountant Garry P. Adkins (R) 46%, Dr. Francis Joseph Whelan (L),
1st Congressional District
Alan B. Mollohan (D) 100% No Republican physician / '98 nominee Richard Stephen Kerr (L) 100%
2nd Congressional District
ex-St. Sen. James F. "Jim" Humphreys (D) 40%, St. Sen. Martha Yeager Walker (D) 31%, Sec. of St. Ken Hechler (D) 24%, county commissioner Beth Elaine Taylor (D) 5%, St. Del. Shelley Moore Capito (R), Elizabeth Sullivan (R)?, '98 nominee John Brown (L)
3rd Congressional District
Nick Joe Rahall II (D) 100%, No Republican Jeff Robinson (L) 100%

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) =
Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(Mt) = Mountain Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party

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