President Trump won West Virginia by more than 42 points -- a victory margin second only to Wyoming -- but Democrats still have some chances in the Mountain State. Sen. Joe Manchin (D), who served as West Virginia's governor before joining the Senate, is facing Republican state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. Morrisey won a highly contested primary in which he beat then-Rep. Evan Jenkins (R), who resigned in September to take a state court appointment. Trump's win margin in Jenkins' former district was greater than in the state as a whole, but the emergence of Democrat Richard Ojeda, a former Army paratrooper, has changed the dynamics of this House race. Ojeda, who openly talks about regretting his vote for Trump in 2016, is a populist state legislator who supports marijuana legalization and helped lead a statewide teachers' strike. He faces Republican state legislator Carol Miller. Both sides are strongly competing for this open seat.
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