GRAFTON, W.Va. (WBOY) – Taylor County voters had several things to decide in the General Election.

In the state’s new second U.S. Congressional District, voters chose incumbent Rep. Alex Mooney, a Republican defeated Democrat challenger Barry Wendell, from Monongalia County. Mooney received 63.02% of the votes in the district.

The county is split into two State Senate districts. In the 12th State Senate district race, Republican Ben Queen, who currently serves in the House of Delegates out of Harrison County, faced off against Libertarian Austin Lynch, also of Harrison County, to take over the seat held by Democrat Mike Romano, who is not running for re-election. In the 14th State Senate district race, Republican Jay Taylor, from Grafton and Democrat Amanda Pitzer, from Preston County, ran to replace incumbent Republican Dave Sypolt, who is not seeking re-election.

In the 73rd House of Delegates district incumbent Republican Amy Summers was challenged by former delegate Mike Manypenny, a Democrat.

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

On the county ticket, incumbent Republican Tony Veltri was challenged by Democrat Mike Withers for County Commissioner. Veltri won with 66.63% of the vote.

The county’s volunteer fire department levy was renewed. A school bond that would help fund the construction of a new Anna Jarvis Elementary and safety improvements to the rest of the county’s schools also passed.

Grafton residents also voted in favor of the renewal of the city’s street paving levy.

Taylor County results can be viewed below, and results for all contested races in north central West Virginia can be found here.