GLENVILLE, W.Va. (WBOY) — In Gilmer County, voters were mainly focused on the state and federal levels of government during the General Election.

At the top of the ballot, in the state’s new first U.S. Congressional District, voters chose between current Rep. Carol Miller, a Republican; Democrat challenger Lacy Watson, from Bluefield; and Independent Belinda Fox-Spencer, of Monroe County. Miller kept her seat, receiving 65.95% of the vote.

In the 12th State Senate district race, Republican Ben Queen, who currently serves in the House of Delegates out of Harrison County, faced Libertarian Austin Lynch, also of Harrison County, to take over the seat held by Democrat Mike Romano, who ran for Harrison County Commissioner instead.

After the redistricting process, Gilmer County is now broken into two House of Delegates districts. In the 62nd District, incumbent House Speaker Roger Hanshaw, a Republican is challenged by ACT Party member Laura McGinnis. In the 63rd District, two newcomers, Republican Lori Cowger Dittman, of Gassaway, and Democrat Kevin Carpenter, of Sutton, are both vying for office.

All four of West Virginia’s proposed constitutional amendments failed. A full description of the amendments can be found here.

On the county ticket, in the County Commission race, Republican Douglas Cottrill and Democrat Jacqueline Hashman are both looking to fill incumbent John Bennett’s seat.

The Circuit Clerk and County Clerk races are both uncontested.

Election results are being updated live here.