MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - It's election day in West Virginia, and all eyes are on one congressional race.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Alan Mollohan is facing his first serious threat in more than a decade as state Sen. Michael Oliverio battles him in the 1st District Democratic primary.
The two have waged an expensive battle of campaign ads for weeks. Oliverio calls the incumbent corrupt, while Mollohan calls his challenger dangerously conservative.
The winner will face one of six Republicans also competing in the 1st District Tuesday.
In the 2nd District, Republican incumbent Shelley Moore Capito is unopposed.
In the 3rd District, incumbent Nick Rahall is facing Democratic challenger Bruce Barilla, who said he'd only spend $5,000 campaigning.