How to watch the West Virginia and Nebraska primaries
(CNN) It's Election Day in West Virginia and Nebraska, where key primary races of the 2022 election cycle are taking place.
The races, which will test former President Donald Trump's influence over the Republican Party, include this year's first US House member-vs.-member matchup in West Virginia and a controversial, Trump-backed candidate facing off with the Republican supported by the state's term limited governor, Pete Ricketts.
Here's everything you need to know:In West Virginia, Republican Reps. Alex Mooney and David McKinley are running against each other after the state lost a seat in reapportionment.
Trump is supporting Mooney, while McKinley, who voted for the bipartisan infrastructure bill, is backed by West Virginia's Republican Gov.
Jim Justice and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin.
Republican Rep. Carrol Miller, who currently represents West Virginia's 3rd Congressional District, is running in the state's 1st Congressional District, where she faces four Republican challengers -- though she has the backing of Trump and holds a steep fundraising advantage.
In the contest that will decide Nebraska's GOP gubernatorial nominee, term-limited Ricketts has backed Jim Pillen, a hog farmer and member of the University of Nebraska board of regents, to replace him, while Trump has endorsed controversial businessman Charles Herbster .
Herbster faces allegations he inappropriately touched women, including Republican state Sen. Julie Slama, but he has denied the allegations.
State Sen. Brett Lindstrom is also in the running.
The winner will likely face Democratic state Senator Carol Blood in the November general election.