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District Maps - 2000 Plan 2010 Plan Maps

The 34 member West Virginia Senate is broken into 17 districts with two members each. The Senators are elected to staggered 4-year terms which means that half of the 81st Legislature's Senators still represent the 2000 year census district alignments. In 2014, at the start of the 82nd Legislature, all Senators will represent the 2010 year census districts upon their elections or re-elections.

District - 01

Ryan Ferns (R - Ohio)
Jack Yost (D - Brooke)

District - 02

Jeffrey Kessler (D - Marshall)
Kent Leonhardt (R - Monongalia)

District - 03

David Nohe (R - Wood)
(2000 Plan)
Donna Boley (R - Pleasants)

District - 04

Mike Hall (R - Putnam)
(2000 Plan)
Mitch Carmichael (R - Jackson)

District - 05

Robert Plymale (D - Wayne)
Mike Woelfel (D - Cabell)

District - 06

William Cole (R - Mercer)
Mark Maynard (R - Wayne)

District - 07

Ron Stollings (D - Boone)
(2000 Plan)
Art Kirkendoll (D - Logan)

District - 08

Ed Gaunch (R - Kanawha)
Chris Walters (R - Putnam)

District - 09

Jeff Mullins (R - Raleigh)
(2000 Plan)
Daniel Hall (R - Wyoming)

District - 10

Ronald Miller (D - Greenbrier)
(2000 Plan)
William Laird (D - Fayette)

District - 11

Greg Boso (R - Nicholas)
Robert Karnes (R - Upshur)

District - 12

Douglas Facemire (D - Braxton)
Mike Romano (D - Harrison)

District - 13

Robert Beach (D - Monongalia)
(2000 Plan)
Roman Prezioso (D - Marion)

District - 14

Dave Sypolt (R - Preston)
(2000 Plan)
Bob Williams (D - Taylor)

District - 15

Craig Blair (R - Berkeley)
Charles Trump (R - Morgan)

District - 16

John Unger (D - Berkeley)
(2000 Plan)
Herb Snyder (D - Jefferson)

District - 17

Corey Palumbo (D - Kanawha)
Tom Takubo (R - Kanawha)

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