Welcome to WSAZ.com's coverage of Decision 2008:
West Virginia Primary Election: Tuesday, May 13.
We will bring you the most complete coverage, with up-to-the-minute results, a live video feed, live chat, and continuous information updates.
POLL HOURS: 6:30am - 7:30pm
Click here for the latest election results and to see which races we're covering. The page is updated every 4 minutes as each county reports new results.
Four WSAZ reporters will be be sending in updates to WSAZ.com via Twitter. Twitter is a service that posts text messages on a web page for all to see. Here's a breakdown of Twitterers
+ Bill Murray: Clinton headquarters at the Charleston Civic Center
+ Randy Yohe: Cabell County Courthouse
+ Kallie Cart: Democratic headquarters at the Charleston Marriott
+ Amanda Barren: Kanawha County Voters' Registration
Click here to read & follow their mobile blog messages.
We will offer live election coverage from our newsroom and from across West Virginia. Starting at about 7:30pm, we'll stream live video from our Huntington newsroom camera -- and then switch it over to raw satellite & live truck feeds when there are developments in the primary. Michael Wooten and Tim Irr will provide live updates here throughout the night.
Need some information about the Presidential candidates? Click here to visit our 2008 Election Center -- and take a quiz to see who your ideal candidate is for President.
Click here for all of our Decision 2008 political coverage leading up to today.
Watch for updates about the West Virginia Primary throughout the day & night on WSAZ NewsChannel 3 and MyZ TV. We'll have complete coverage of the race for President, as well as local & state races across West Virginia.
Reporter Michael Wooten will be breaking down the county-by-county numbers in the presidential race, showing which candidate was the favorite in different parts of our region.
Reporter Randy Yohe and photojournalist Jay Melvin will be covering Cabell County races at the county courthouse in Huntington.
Reporter/photojournalist Steve Eschleman will be in Putnam County, getting results and reaction on the big races there.
Some of the election team working behind the scenes to bring you results are assignment editor Phil Weber, media producer Kari Adkins, producer Mike Huff, producer Jeremy Edwards, producer Courtney Sisk, producer Kelly Bradley, producer Melanie Chapman, Ryan Lake, assignment manager Anna Baxter, news director Scott Saxton, and news operations manager Mike Waterhouse.
Do you want to state your opinion on politics or any other topic, click here to submit your video rant to our YELL LOUDER section.
Do you have pictures of a local campaign at work? or pictures from a Presidential campaign visit? click here to submit your pictures as a WSAZ e-Reporter.