Candidate Ratings 2020

Note: The WVCDL is not listing candidate endorsements until after the Primary on June 9, 2020.

Candidate NameRacePartyGradeNotes
Patrick MorriseyAttorney GeneralRepublicanA+WV has never had as solidly pro-gun an AG as Morrisey. Sent a letter recommending a standard processs for CHLs during the Covid-19 crisis.
Shelby FitzhughGovernorRepublicanNS
Michael FolkGovernorRepublicanA+In the House: Consistent legislative history in support of your RKBA.
Douglas HughesGovernorDemocratNS
Jim JusticeGovernorRepublicanA-Signed every pro-gun bill to hit his desk.  However, lukewarm public statements regarding Campus Carry.
Erika KolenichGovernorLibertarianA-
Brooke LunsfordGovernorRepublicanA-
Jody MurphyGovernorDemocratNS
Ben SalangoGovernorDemocratNS
Charles SheedyGovernorRepublicanCSupports magazine capacity limits, expressed openness to so-called “assault weapons ban.”
Douglas SixGovernorRepublicanNS
Steven SmithGovernorDemocratNS
Ron StallingsGovernorDemocratNS
Woody ThrasherGovernorRepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Jack NewbroughSenate 1RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Randy SwartzmillerSenate 1DemocratA+Years of consistent legislative support.
Ryan WeldSenate 1RepublicanD+Killed Campus Carry in Cmte in 2019.  Voted to kill Campus Carry in Senate Judiciary.  Voted for SB 96, however.  (link: https://www.bdtonline.com/news/campus-carry-bill-nixed/article_ad3a944a-3fb9-11e9-8e39-c7b0676ca2cf.html)
Carla JonesSenate 2DemocratNS
Elijah DeanSenate 2RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Josh GarySenate 2DemocratNS
Mike MaroneySenate 2RepublicanAVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted for SB 96. 
Donna BoleySenate 3RepublicanA
Robert Wilson JrSenate 3DemocratNS
Amy GradySenate 4RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Bruce AshworthSenate 4DemocratNS
Jim ButlerSenate 4RepublicanA+Sponsored Campus Carry.  Consistent pro-2A legislative record.
Mitch CarmichaelSenate 4RepublicanAVoting record is sound, but not a sure vote on Campus Carry.  
Charles ShafferSenate 5RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Glendon WattsSenate 5RepublicanNS
Robert PlymaleSenate 5DemocratAVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted for Constitutional Carry.  Voted for SB 96.
Chandler SwopeSenate 6RepublicanAVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted for SB 96.
Wesley BlankenshipSenate 6RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Ralph RodighieroSenate 7DemocratAIn the House: voted for Parking Lots.  Voted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection.   Voted for SB 96.
Rupie PhillipsSenate 7RepublicanA+Years of consistent legislative support, sponsored/co-sponsored 40+ pro-2A bills.
Glenn JeffriesSenate 8DemocratBVoted no in Senate JUD on Campus Carry.  Otherwise, consistent voting record.
Kathie CrouseSenate 8RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
David StoverSenate 9RepublicanNS
Sue ClineSenate 9RepublicanA+Consistent legislative record.
Dan HillSenate 10RepublicanNS
Jack WoodrumSenate 10RepublicanB
William Laird IVSenate 10DemocratNS
Denise CampbellSenate 11DemocratNS
John PitsenbargerSenate 11RepublicanAVoted for SB 96.
Robert KarnesSenate 11RepublicanAPositive Legislative History
Derrick LoveSenate 12RepublicanAClean survey, no legislative history.
Doug FacemireSenate 12DemocratCVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted against Constitutional Carry.  Absent on SB 96.  
Patrick MartinSenate 12RepublicanA+Vocal defender of your rights, consistent record in the House.
John ProvinsSenate 13RepublicanNS
Mike CaputoSenate 13DemocratFIn the House: Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted for ten of Shott’s poison-pill floor motions.  Voted for Parking Lots.  Voted against SB 96.
Rebecca PolisSenate 13RepublicanNS
David ChildersSenate 14DemocratNS
Randy SmithSenate 14RepublicanA+Consistent voting record, and outspoken advocate for 2A/3-22.
Craig BlairSenate 15RepublicanA+Consisten supporter of your RKBA.
Kenneth MattsonSenate 15RepublicanA-
Patricia RuckerSenate 16RepublicanA+
Pete DoughertySenate 16DemocratFAs Sheriff during COVID-19, suspended CHL applications/renewals, added an unlawful extra fee.
Andrew RobinsonSenate 17DemocratD+In the House:  Voted for Parking Lots.  Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection.  Voted for three of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted for SB 96.  
Eric Nelson, JrSenate 17RepublicanFIn the House: Voted against Constitutional Carry twice.  Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted for nine of Shott’s poison-pill floor motions.  Voted for Parking Lots.  Voted for SB 96.
Jon HagueSenate 17DemocratNS
Richie RobbSenate ??DemocratNSUnable to Grade
Mark ZatezaloHouse 1RepublicanB-Good survey, lackluster support, supported Shott’s amendment, opposed to Campus Carry.
Patrick McGeehanHouse 1RepublicanA+
Gordon GreerHouse 2RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Philip  DiserioHouse 2DemocratDVoted against Preemption Clean Up, supported all 12 of Shott’s Campus Carry amendment poison pills, however did vote for SB 96.
Dalton HaasHouse 3RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Shawn FluhartyHouse 3DemocratB-Yes vote for Constitutional Carry, No vote on Campus Carry on passage and procedural votes and tried to kill the bill in JUD, Yes vote on SB 96.
Erica StorchHouse 3RepublicanC-On Campus Carry: mixed procedural votes, voted against passage, and voted against veto-override.  Voted for SB 96 after refusing to run the bill in 2019 & delaying it this year.
Benjamin SchneiderHouse 3DemocratNS
Charlie ReynoldsHouse 4RepublicanB-Mostly Good survey, luke warm answer for Capitol Carry.
Lisa ZukoffHouse 4DemocratC-Voted against Campus Carry for passage and calendar maniupulations as well as supported Shott’s poison pill motions on the floor.  However voted for SB 96.
Christian TurakHouse 4DemocratNS
Phillip AileyHouse 5RepublicanAMixed response to Pawn Shop registries question, otherwise Good survey with solid explanation.
Dave PethtelHouse 5DemocratD+Voted against Constitutional Carry.  Voted against Campus carry for passage and calendar maniupulations as well as supported Shott’s poison pill motions on the floor.  However voted for SB 96.
David KellyHouse 6RepublicanB-Voted against Campus Carry for passageas well as some of Shott’s poison pill motions on the floor.  He did not vote to disregard it and voted against the calendar manipulations.  However voted for SB 96.
Trenton BarnhartHouse 7RepublicanAGood survey, voted for Preemption. 
Kerry MurphyHouse 7RepublicanNS
Bill AndersonHouse 8RepublicanC-Voted against Constitutional Carry on passage, calendar, rejection, and most of Shott’s motions on the floor.  However, voted for SB 96.
Andrew AlvarexHouse 8DemocratNS
Charles LittleHouse 9RepublicanAVoted for SB 96 on passage and motions on the floor.
Jim MarionHouse 9DemocratNS
D Shannon KimesHouse 9RepublicanNS
Roger ConleyHouse 10RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Vernon CrissHouse 10RepublicanAVoted for Campus Carry on passage and most motions on the floor.  Voted for SB 96.
John KellyHouse 10RepublicanAVoted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted for SB 96.
Matt DodrillHouse 10RepublicanNS
Trish PritchardHouse 10DemocratNS
Luke WintersHouse 10DemocratNS
Nicholas KeatonHouse 11RepublicanAGood survey, good explanations, no legislative history.
Martin AtkinsonHouse 11RepublicanC+Voted against Constitutioal Carry.  Voted for Campus Carry on passage, and calendar, but voted for some of Shott’s motions on the floor and to reject on 1st reading.  However, voted for SB 96.
Mark PauleyHouse 11DemocratNS
Steven WestfallHouse 12RepublicanDVoted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection, and Shott’s motions on the floor.  However voted for SB 96 on passage, but against on Shott’s motions on the floor.
Michael BrewerHouse 13DemocratAVoted for Parking Lots, and School Pick-up/Drop-off, Sunday Hunting, Range Protection, State Park Carry.
Jonathan PinsonHouse 13RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
James KennedyHouse 13RepublicanA-Good survey, Capitol Carry for licensed individuals, no legislative history.
Robert marchalHouse 13RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Scott CadleHouse 13RepublicanA+Frequently speaks for WVCDL’s legislation on the rights of WV’ians.
Joshua HigginbothamHouse 13RepublicanAVotedfor Campus Carry and SB 96.
David CaldwellHouse 13DemocratNS
Johnnie Wamsley IIHouse 14RepublicanB-
Levi BilliterHouse 14DemocratNS
Brian ScottHouse 14RepublicanNS
Brianne SolomonHouse 14DemocratNS
Chris YeagerHouse 14DemocratNS
Geoff FosterHouse 15RepublicanA+Sponsored Parking Lots, solid 2A candidate.
Theresa JacksonHouse 15DemocratNS
Mark BatesHouse 16RepublicanC-
Daniel LinvilleHouse 16RepublicanA+Spoke on the floor of Campus Carry.  A consistant supporter of our legislation
Sean HornbuckleHouse 16DemocratFVotes and argues against every pro-gun bill.
John MandtHouse 16RepublicanBVoted against Campus Carry on passage, and rejection but was instrumental in moving it to the floor from JUD and Rules.  Voted for SB 96.  
Jakob JitmaHouse 16RepublicanNS
Anna LewisHouse 16DemocratNS
Dakota NelsonHouse 16DemocratNS
Carol PolanHouse 16DemocratNS
Chad LovejoyHouse 17DemocratC+Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection, and Shott’s motions on the floor.  However voted for SB 96 on passage.
Matthew RohrbackHouse 17RepublicanAHas consistently voted for our legislation.
Jeanette RowseyHouse 17DemocratNS
Evan WorrellHouse 18RepublicanAVoted for Campus Carry and SB 96.
Paul RossHouse 18DemocratNS
Jason StephensHouse 19RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Enoch MarcumHouse 19RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Derrick EvansHouse 19RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Ric GriffithHouse 19DemocratNS
Tom JarrellHouse 19DemocratNS
Josh MathisHouse 19DemocratNS
Tyson SmithHouse 19DemocratNS
David ThompsonHouse 19DemocratNS
Tammy WilliamsonHouse 19DemocratNS
Nathan BrownHouse 20DemocratAVoted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted for SB 96.
Matthew DeskinsHouse 20RepublicanNS
Mark DeanHouse 21RepublicanA
Phyllis WhiteHouse 21DemocratNS
Nicholas YoungHouse 22RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Cecil SilvaHouse 22DemocratAGood survey, no legislative history.
Jeff EldridgeHouse 22DemocratAVoted for Constitutional Carry on passage and override.
Zack MaynardHouse 22RepublicanA+Consistant supporter of the RKBA.
Joe JeffriesHouse 22RepublicanA+Stalwart supporter of your rights.
Josh HolsteinHouse 23RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Rodney MillerHouse 23DemocratCLobbied against Constitutional Carry but voted for SB 96, and ardently opposed to Red Flag laws.
Jordan BridgesHouse 24RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Margitta MazzocchiHouse 24RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Tim TomblinHouse 24DemocratC-Generally voted for pro-gun legislation, however survey indicates support for so-called “universal background checks,” Red Flag laws, and other gun control measures.
George HowesHouse 24DemocratNS
Susan PerryHouse 24DemocratNS
Tony PaynterHouse 25RepublicanA+
Edward EvansHouse 26DemocratC-Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and 10 of Shott’s floor motions.  However he opposed rejection.  Opposes Capitol Carry.  Voted for SB 96 and Parking Lots.
Wesley PayneHouse 26RepublicanNS
Marty GearheartHouse 27RepublicanAVoted for Constitutional Carry on passage.
Douglas SmithHouse 27RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Eric PorterfieldHouse 27RepublicanA
Joe EllingtonHouse 27RepublicanNS
Jeremiah NelsonHouse 27RepublicanNS
Tina  RussellHouse 27DemocratNS
Roy CooperHouse 28RepublicanDVoted against Constitutional Carry in 2016.  Voted for Parking Lots.  Voted for Campus Carry on passage, against on calendar, and supported some of Shott’s floor otions.  Voted for SB 96. Wants to create a separate datbase of registered firearms in WV, to point of sponsoring it three years in a row.
Jeffrey PackHouse 28RepublicanA
Ryne NahodilHouse 28DemocratNS
Brandon SteeleHouse 29RepublicanA+Consistant and stalwart defender of your rights.
Xavier OglesbyHouse 29DemocratNS
Mick BatesHouse 30DemocratFVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted agaisnt Campus Carry on passage, callendar, and all of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted against SB 96
Tyler TrumpHouse 30RepublicanNS
Kase PolingHouse 31RepublicanDOpposes Capitol Carry, supports so-called “universarl background checks.”  No legislative history.
Christopher ToneyHouse 31RepublicanASupported Campus Carry at all points.  Voted for SB 96.
Austin HaynesHouse 32RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Kayla KessingerHouse 32RepublicanA+
Tom FastHouse 32RepublicanA+
Margaret StaggersHouse 32DemocratA-Voted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Supported one of Shott’s negative floor motions. Voted for SB 96.
Randy HalseyHouse 32DemocratNS
Mark HurtHouse 32DemocratNS
Austin SimmsHouse 32RepublicanNS
Selina VickersHouse 32DemocratNS
Roger HanshawHouse 33RepublicanC-Voted for Parking Lots, Constitutional Carry & Preemption. Voted against campus carry, voted to place it on active calendar, voted against rejecting bill, voted for nine of Shott’s floor motions.
Larry CottrellHouse 33DemocratNS
L Brent BoggsHouse 34DemocratAVoted for Campus Carry.  
Christopher StansburyHouse 35RepublicanAVoted for Constitutional Carry.
Trevor MorrisHouse 35RepublicanA
Good survey, no legislative history.
Moore CapitoHouse 35RepublicanCVoted for Campus Carry on passage, voted to keep bill off active calendar, voted against rejecting bill. Voted for nine of Shott’s poison amendments. Voted for Preemption but supported attempts to stop the bill.
Doug Skaff JrHouse 35DemocratDVoted against Campus Carry on passage, rejection, and calendar.  Supported 10 of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted against SB 96.
Brady CampbellHouse 35RepublicanNS
Devin CaseyHouse 35DemocratNS
Kathy FergusonHouse 35DemocratNS
Tim HalloranHouse 35DemocratNS
Patti HamiltonHouse 35DemocratNS
Angi KernsHouse 35DemocratNS
Larry PackHouse 35RepublicanNS
Rusty WilliamsonHouse 35DemocratNS
Kayla YoungHouse 35DemocratNS
John LuoniHouse 36RepublicanDOpposes Capitol Carry, supports additioanl firearms registries, and other gun control measure.
Amanda DavisHouse 36RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
James ElamHouse 36DemocratC-Supports a so-called “assault weapons.”
Christopher PrittHouse 36RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Stevie ThaxtonHouse 36RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
John LuoniHouse 36RepublicanDOpposes Capitol Carry, supports additioanl firearms registries, and other gun control measure.
Chris WaltersHouse 36RepublicanAConsistent support for 2A.
Amanda Estrep-BurtonHouse 36DemocratDOpposed Campus Carry.  Voted for SB 96. 
Larry RoweHouse 36DemocratF
Amber FerrellHouse 36DemocratNS
Bill JohnsonHouse 36RepublicanNS
Edgar Poe JrHouse 36DemocratNS
Eric YoungHouse 36RepublicanNS
Mike PushkinHouse 37DemocratFConsistently works, speaks, and votes against pro-2A bills.
Dianna GravesHouse 38RepublicanA+Consistent defender of your RKBA.
Nikki ArdmanHouse 38DemocratNS
Dayton BeardHouse 38DemocratNS
James DaltonHouse 38DemocratNS
Nick WithrowHouse 38DemocratNS
Dana FerrellHouse 39RepublicanA
Good survey, no legislative history.
Kevan BartlettHouse 39RepublicanAVoted for SB 96.  No other legislative history.
David HolmesHouse 39DemocratNS
Warren JeffriesHouse 40RepublicanA+Restored SB 96 to its original language.  Ardent supporter of 2A/3-22.
Duane BraggHouse 41DemocratDBelieves in magazine capcity limits, firearms registries, and other additioanl gun control measure.
Heather TullyHouse 41RepublicanNS
W. LonganacreHouse 42RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Barry BruceHouse 42RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Jeff CampbellHouse 42DemocratCVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Supported 10 of Shott’s poison-pill floor motions.  Voted for SB 96, however.
Cindy Lavender-BoweHouse 42DemocratD-Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Supported 10 of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted for SB 96 on passage and against Shott’s motions.
Phillip IsnerHouse 43DemocratAPrior legislative service with pro-2A record.
Cody ThompsonHouse 43DemocratC-Voted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted against all of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted for SB 96.
Bill HartmanHouse 43DemocratBVoted for Parking Lots.  Voted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted for seven of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted for Sb 96.
William NestorHouse 43RepublicanNS
Mark RennixHouse 43RepublicanNS
Caleb HannaHouse 44RepublicanA+
Robin CutlipHouse 44DemocratNS
Carl MartinHouse 45RepublicanA
Gary ConnellHouse 45RepublicanNS
Charlene DeanHouse 45RepublicanNS
Adam BurkhammerHouse 46RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Dylan KingHouse 46RepublicanCLukewarm answer on Capitol Carry, statement indicates willingness to adopt bans based on firearm type.
Steven MoneypennyHouse 46RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Brittney BarlettHouse 46DemocratNS
Robert StultzHouse 46DemocratNS
Chris PhillipsHouse 47RepublicanA
Ed LarryHouse 47DemocratNS
Garrett StireHouse 48RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Robin RighterHouse 48DemocratBLukewarm answer on Capitol Carry.
Clay RileyHouse 48RepublicanB-Lukewarm answer on Pawn Registry.
Ben HanlanHouse 48RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Laura KimbleHouse 48RepublicanB-
Danny HamrickHouse 48RepublicanA
Jason CampbellHouse 48RepublicanNS
Ryan DeemsHouse 48DemocratNS
Robert GarciaHouse 48DemocratNS
Richard IaquintaHouse 48DemocratNS
Ben QueenHouse 48RepublicanB+Voted for Parking Lots.  Voted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Generally a solid pro-2A voter, however voted for four of Shott’s poison-pill floor motions on Campus Carry.  Voted for SB 96.
Josh MaxwellHouse 48DemocratNS
J. Steve HamiltonHouse 48MountainNS
William Hyman House 48 LibertarianA
Amy SummersHouse 49RepublicanA+
Brandon AntionHouse 49DemocratNS
Mike ManypennyHouse 49DemocratNS
Darton McIntireHouse 50RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Phil MallowHouse 50RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Guy WardHouse 50RepublicanAVoted for Parking Lots.
Michael AngelucciHouse 50DemocratFVoted against Campus Carry at every opportunity.  Voted against SB 96.
Jonathan DoddsHouse 50DemocratNS
Joey GarciaHouse 50DemocratNS
Aryanna IslamHouse 50DemocratNS
Andrew MillsHouse 50DemocratNS
Jarryd PowellHouse 50DemocratNS
C.A.  StarcherHouse 50DemocratNS
Ronald StraightHouse 50DemocratNS
Stephanie TomanaHouse 50DemocratNS
Todd StainbrookHouse 51RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Jeffrey BudkeyHouse 51DemocratNS
Barabara FleischauerHouse 51DemocratF-Votes against your rights at every turn.
Cindy FrichHouse 51RepublicanNS
Evan HansenHouse 51DemocratFVoted against Campus Carry on pasage, calendar, rejection.  Voted for all of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted against SB 96.
Zachary LeMaireHouse 51RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Rodney PylesHouse 51DemocratFVoted against Campus Carry on all fronts.  Voted against SB 96.
Joe StatlerHouse 51RepublicanBVoted for Parking Lots.  Stated to BoD would not support Campus Carry.
Danielle WalkerHouse 51DemocratFVoted against Campus Carry.  Voted against SB 96.
Justin WhiteHouse 51RepublicanNS
John WilliamsHouse 51DemocratFVoted against Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection.  Voted for all Shott’s floor motions.  Voted against SB 96.
Justin HoughHouse 52RepublicanDSurvey suggested support for Red Flag laws, opposes Capitol Carry.
Terri SypoltHouse 52RepublicanA+Voted for Campus Carry.  
Stormy MatlickHouse 52RepublicanNS
Robert McCrumHouse 52RepublicanNS
Junior WolfeHouse 52DemocratNS
Cory ChaseHouse 53DemocratFOpposes Capitol Carry, supports magazine capacity limits, disarming 18 year olds, and other gun control measures.
D.R. Buck JenningsHouse 53RepublicanA-Voted against Parking Lots. 
Candi SislerHouse 53DemocratNS
John Paul Hott IIHouse 54RepublicanAVoted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection, and Shott’s motions.  Voted for SB 96.
Jarod ShockeyHouse 55DemocratA
Good survey, no legislative history.
Bradley RinardHouse 55DemocratNS
Bryan WardHouse 55RepublicanNS
Gary HowellHouse 56RepublicanA+Staunch defender of your RKBA.
Ruth RowanHouse 57RepublicanAVoted against Parking Lots.  Voted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted for SB 96.
George MillerHouse 58RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Tom HardenHouse 58DemocratAGood survey, no legislative history.
Daryl CowlesHouse 58RepublicanD-Worked to stop Campus Carry in committees. Voted for Campus Carry on passage, voted not to reject the bill, voted to place bill on active calendar, voted for nine poison-pill amendments.  Consistently graded low in previous cycles.
Larry KumpHouse 59RepublicanA+Consistent defender of your rights.
Ken ReedHouse 59RepublicanNS
Don ForshtHouse 60RepublicanNS
Brad NollHouse 60DemocratNS
Kimberly SaladiniHouse 61RepublicanA
Good survey, no legislative history.
Jason BarrettHouse 61DemocratA+Consistent pro-2A legislative record and instrumental in getting Campus Carry onto the active calendar.
Jay JackHouse 62RepublicanC-Expressed openness to magazine capacity limits and Red Flag laws.
Charles Horst SrHouse 62RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
Debi CarrollHouse 62DemocratNS
Daniel BennettHouse 63DemocratNS
John HardyHouse 63RepublicanAVoted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, rejection, and Shott’s motions.  Voted for SB 96.
Eric HouseholderHouse 64RepublicanA+Stalwart defender of your 2A/3-22 rights.
Wayne ClarkHouse 65RepublicanC-Opposes Capitol Carry, supports additioanl firearms registries.
Sammi BrownHouse 65DemocratD+Voted against Campus Carry on all fronts.  Voted for ten of Shott’s floor motions.  Voted for SB 96.
Paul EspinosaHouse 66RepublicanAVoted for Campus Carry on passage, calendar, and rejection.  Voted against all Shott’s floor motions. Voted for SB 96.
Storme Shiley FrameHouse 66DemocratNS
Mark EverhartHouse 67RepublicanAGood survey, no legislative history.
John DoyleHouse 67RepublicanF-Introduced Red Flag laws, and supports out of state citizen disarmament groups.  
Tim ArmsteadSupreme Court Div 1Non PartisanA+
William SchwartzSupreme Court Div 3Non PartisanA
Darrell ShullMagistrate of Berkeley Co Div 5Non PartisanA
Michael WoelfelMagistrate of Cabell CoNon PartisanNSOpposed Campus Carry in the Senate.
Ralph FletcherMagistrate of Hancock CoNon PartisanNSAs Sheriff set up a drop-box for CHL applications during COVID-19
Gary KeithMagistrate of Harrison Co Div 3Non PartisanA
Michael WeissMagistrate of Harrison Div 2Non PartisanA
Kevin RenzelliMagistrate of Harrison Div 4Non PartisanA
David AdkinsMagistrate of Logan CoNon PartisanA
Jeffrey LaneMagistrate of Logan CoNon PartisanA
Joseph CobbMagistrate of Upsur CONon PartisanA
Brett CarpenterSheriff Barbour CoRepublicanNS
Mike ErvinSheriff Barbour CoDemocratNS
Davy JonesSheriff Berkeley CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Teresa GibbonsSheriff Berkeley CoRepublicanNS
Nathan HarmonSheriff Berkeley CoRepublicanA
Curtis KellerSheriff Berkeley CoDemocratNS*Photo appointments required for CHL, no other change during COVID-19.  Reported slow processing of applications.
Mike LangSheriff Berkeley CoRepublicanNS
John OremSheriff Berkeley CoRepublicanA
Chad BarkerSheriff Boone CoDemocratNS
Chet BurgessSheriff Boone CoDemocratNS
Kenneth GrovesSheriff Braxton CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
GARY ELLYSONSheriff Braxton CoDemocratALukewarm answer on appearing in uniform to lobby the legislature.
Lou DellameaSheriff Braxton CoDemocratNS
Gary Ellyson IISheriff Braxton CoDemocratNS
Robert KeenerSheriff Braxton CoDemocratNS
John StumpSheriff Braxton CoDemocratNS
Donald WarrenSheriff Braxton CoDemocratNS
Larry PalmerSheriff Brooke CoDemocratDUnlawfully suspended CHL applications and renewals during COVID-19.  Generally processes applications quickly.
Ruichard BeattySheriff Brooke CoRepublicanNS
Kevin HeckSheriff Brooke CoDemocratNS
Chuck  WrightSheriff Brooke CoRepublicanNS
Charles ZerkleSheriff Cabell CoDemocratNS*Lobbied against CHL fee reduction.
Nathan AllisonSheriff Calhoun CoDemocratNS
Warren BasnettSheriff Calhoun CoRepublicanNS
William GherkeSheriff Calhoun CoDemocratNS
Charles McCroskeySheriff Calhoun CoDemocratNS
Jeff StarcherSheriff Calhoun CoDemocratFUnlawfully suspended all CHL processes during COVID-19.
Tom GorgoneSheriff Clay CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Allen KingSheriff Clay CoRepublicanNS
Brian MitchemSheriff Clay CoRepublicanNS
Donny TriplettSheriff Clay CoDemocratF-Unlawfully suspended all CHL processes during COVID-19, no plans for mail-in.
Clinton BoringSheriff Doddridge CoRepublicanNS
James FlesherSheriff Doddridge CoRepublicanNS
Garland BurkeSheriff Fayette CoDemocratNS
Mike FridleySheriff Fayette CoDemocratANo change in CHL processing during COVID-19.
Charles MillerSheriff Fayette CoRepublicanNS
Randy PriceSheriff Fayette CoRepublicanNS
Jim BallSheriff Gilmer CoDemocratNS
John MossSheriff Gilmer CoDemocratNS
Mike WheelerSheriff Gilmer CoDemocratNS
Brian OursSheriff Grant CoRepublicanCAccepting mail-in application  during COVID-19, but only after AG’s letter.
Charles BeardSheriff Greenbrier CoRepublicanNS
Bruce SloanSheriff Greenbrier CoDemocratNS
Nathan SionsSheriff Hampshire CoRepublicanNS
Scott GittingsSheriff Hancock CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Tommy OgdenSheriff Hancock CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Rick SteadSheriff Hancock CoRepublicanNS
Steven DawsonSheriff Hardy CoRepublicanNS
Alicia SandersSheriff Hardy CoDemocratNS
Robert MathenySheriff Harrison CoDemocratC-Unlawfully suspended applications, renewals only by mail during COVID-19.
Noel BraleySheriff Jackson CoRepublicanNS
Mark KingSheriff Jackson CoDemocratNS
Ross MellingerSheriff Jackson CoDemocratNS
Stephen Cox IISheriff Jefferson CoIndependantAGood survey, and expresses a keen understanding of Constitutional rights, no other history.
Mike ChapmanSheriff Jefferson CoDemocratNS
Tom HansenSheriff Jefferson CoRepublicanNS
Steve HarrisSheriff Jefferson  CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Sean CrosierSheriff Kanawha CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Michael RutherfordSheriff Kanawha CoDemocratNS*Lobbied against CHL fee reduction.  CHL pick-up by appointment only during COVID-19.  Accepts mail-in applications. 
Randall BushSheriff Lewis CoDemocratNS
Chuck Wright. GoldsboroughSheriff Lewis CoRepublicanNS
Dave GosaSheriff Lewis CoRepublicanNS
Badger KelleySheriff Lewis CoRepublicanNS
Brian McClainSheriff Lewis CoDemocratNS
David ParksSheriff Lewis CoDemocratNS
Billy RowerSheriff Lewis CoRepublicanNS
Ollie HuntingSheriff Lincoln CoDemocratNS
Gary LinvilleSheriff Lincoln CoRepublicanANo change in process during COVID-19.  Accepts mail-in applications.
Windell HunterSheriff Logan CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Christopher TrentSheriff Logan CoRepublicanAVery good survey, no other history.
Paul ClemensSheriff Logan CoDemocratNS
Brandon ConleySheriff Logan CoRepublicanNS
John PridemoreSheriff Logan CoRepublicanNS
Mike SheppardSheriff Logan CoRepublicanNS
Joe CarpenterSheriff Marion CoRepublicanNS
Jimmy RiffleSheriff Marion CoDemocratC-Unlawfully suspended CHL applications to appointment only during COVID-19.
Ed CosterSheriff Marshall CoDemocratNS
William HelmsSheriff Marshall CoDemocratNS
Corey MillerSheriff Mason CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Jason JeffersSheriff Mason CoDemocratNS
Marc KearnsSheriff Mason CoDemocratNS
William KeeferSheriff Mason CoRepublicanNS
Curtis McConihaySheriff Mason CoRepublicanNS*Previously stated strong support for gun rights to BoD.
Brooks PelfreySheriff Mason CoDemocratNS
Ronnie SpencerSheriff Mason CoDemocratNS
Joseph JonesSheriff McDowell CoDemocratAGood survey, no other history.
Kenneth HicksSheriff McDowell CoRepublicanNS
James Muncy JrSheriff McDowell CoDemocratNS
Tommy BaileySheriff Mercer CoRepublicanNS
Rodney RyanSheriff Mineral CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
R. Keith AndersonSheriff Mineral CoRepublicanNS
H. Jon BaniakSheriff Mineral CoRepublicanNS
Forrest EllifritzSheriff Mineral CoRepublicanNS
Ernest SammonsSheriff Mingo CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Jeff ClineSheriff Mingo CoDemocratNS
Sammons ErnestSheriff Mingo CoDemocratNS
Joe SmithSheriff Mingo CoDemocratNS
Earl SpenceSheriff Mingo CoDemocratNS
David StrattonSheriff Mingo CoDemocratNS
John KisnerSheriff Monongalia CoDemocratNS
Perry PalmerSheriff Monongalia CoDemocratBAccepting mail-in applications during COVID-19.
Lee CarterSheriff Monroe CoDemocratNS
James HyltonSheriff Monroe CoRepublicanNS
Jeff JonesSheriff Monroe CoRepublicanNS
Kim BohrerSheriff Morgan CoRepublicanB+CHL by appointment only during COVID-19.  No mail-in applications.  Good survey.
Vince ShambaughSheriff Morgan CoRepublicanNS
William NunleySheriff Nicholas CoDemocratAMail-in applications only even prior to AG’s letter during COVID-19.  Good survey.
Rodney JamisonSheriff Nicholas CoRepublicanNS
Tom HowardSheriff Ohio CoDemocratFUnlawfully suspended CHL applications and/or renewals during COVID-19
Chad BowersSheriff Pendleton CoDemocratNS
John RiggsSheriff Pleasants CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Michael CokeleySheriff Pleasants CoRepublicanNS
Charles MankinsSheriff Pleasants CoDemocratNS
Brian MetzSheriff Pleasants CoDemocratNS
John RiggsSheriff Pleasants CoRepublicanNS
John StrimerSheriff Pleasants CoRepublicanNS
William StullSheriff Pleasants CoDemocratNS
Jeff BarlowSheriff Pocahontas CoRepublicanBAccepting ail-in applications only  during COVID-19 even prior to AG’s letter.
Paul PrittSheriff Preston CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Joel GordonSheriff Preston CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
Jason PeasleeSheriff Preston CoRepublicanNS
Arnold TichnellSheriff Preston CoDemocratNS
Bibby EggletonSheriff Putnam CoRepublicanA-In 2018 stated opposition  to Consitutional Carry and wants to repeal it to BoD member due to “officer safety.”
William JordanSheriff Putnam CoRepublicanNS
Scott Van MeterSheriff Raleigh CoDemocratFUnlawfully suspended CHL applications and/or renewals during COVID-19
Robert Elbon JrSheriff Randolph CoRepublicanAGood survey, no other history.
John MIllerSheriff Randolph CoRepublicanNS
Jack Roy jrSheriff Randolph CoDemocratNS
J.J.  WebleySheriff Randolph CoDemocratNS
Terrance SnodgrassSheriff Ritchie CoRepublicanF-Unlawfully suspended CHL applications and/or renewals during COVID-19
Malcolm CottrellSheriff Roane CoRepublicanNS
Brian HickmanSheriff Roane CoDemocratNS
John Kelley IISheriff Roane CoRepublicanNS
Dewey ReedSheriff Roane CoRepublicanNS
Ronnie CantleySheriff Summers CoDemocratNS
Justin FarisSheriff Summers CoRepublicanNS
George MeadowsSheriff Summers CoDemocratNS
John Plumley JrSheriff Summers CoDemocratNS
Jerry WheelerSheriff Summers CoDemocratNS
Terry AustinSheriff Taylor CoRepublicanC+Unlawfully suspended CHL applications and renewals only by mail during COVID-19.  Good survey.
Robert BeltnerSheriff Taylor CoDemocratNS
Mark SowersSheriff Taylor CoRepublicanNS
Jerry FlanaganSheriff Tucker CoRepublicanNS
Benjamin PlacerSheriff Tyler CoRepublicanNS
Brian WeigleSheriff Tyler CoRepublicanCAccepting mail-in applications during COVID-19, photos by appointment only.
Virgil MillerSheriff Upshur CoRepublicanNS
Rick ThompsonSheriff Wayne CoDemocratNS*Accepts mail-in applications during COVID-19.  Previously supported gun rights in the legislature.
Richard ClaytonSheriff Webster CoDemocratNS
David CutlipSheriff Webster CoDemocratNS
Stanley Knight JrSheriff Webster CoRepublicanNS
Johnny SandySheriff Webster CoDemocratNS
Thomas StalnakerSheriff Webster CoRepublicanNS
Mike KoontzSheriff Wetzel CoDemocratNS
Travis CorbittSheriff Wirt CoDemocratCInitial requests by appointment only during COVID-19.  Mail-in for renewals only.
Darrell NullSheriff Wirt CoIndependentNS
Steve StephensSheriff Wood CoRepublicanC-All CHL processing by appointment only during COVID-19.  
Brad EllisonSheriff Wyoming CoDemocratNS
Barry HolsteinKanawha BoERepublicanA
WVCDL’s SB96 Passes the WV House