Republican Candidate for Governor of West Virginia, Bill Cole, exercised his right to vote on Tuesday November 8, 2016. Cole along with his family voted at Cumberland Heights School in Bluefield, Mercer County. Cole’s daughter,18 year old Elizabeth Cole, was able to vote for the first time today.
Elizabeth Cole said, “It felt pretty good. I was pretty excited that I got to vote for my dad in the first election that I get to participate in.”
Bill Cole said, “We feel good. We left it all on the field. 17 months and 6 days, we’ve been out criss-crossing the state getting in front of voters and sharing our message. I can’t think of a thing that we could of done better or differently. We’re ready to see what the voters have to say later on today.”
In West Virginia, the polls close at 7:30 p.m.