This bill would have allowed for run-off elections if no judicial candidate received at least 40% of the vote.
This bill would have allowed people who were not affiliated with a political party to request a partisan ballot during primaries.
This bill raises individual campaign contribution limits, puts limits on ballot issue expenditures, and makes other changes to campaign finance rules. The ACLU followed due to proposed amendments that would have required revealing 501(c)(3) membership lists.
This bill would have ensured that government agencies could not ask for or reveal members of 501(c)(3) organizations or holders of hunting licenses.
This bill would have allowed individuals who paid a fee and underwent a background check to get electronic key cards to the WV Capitol and bypass security.
This bill would have created an intermediate court of appeals in West Virginia. The explicit exclusion of criminal matters was the basis of the ACLU-WV’s opposition.