He said a voter ID law would not disenfranchise seniors or the poor.
But Moles said voter fraud is not a problem in West Virginia - rather it's the shenanigans that happen around elections.
"I think we have election fraud and not voter fraud," Moles said.
Casto said he had faith in his neighbors when they head to the polls.
"Any time we look suspicious on our neighbors, it's a bad time," he said.
Casto is challenging Walters in the 39th District.
He said he's running to "to give back to the community that's been so nice to me and my family."
Casto, 39, of Charleston, worked at a pawnshop and for Ticketmaster. He is endorsed this year by West Virginians for Life.
Asked about finding funds to repair roads, Casto vowed not to raise the gas tax.
Neither Walters nor Poore could attend Thursday's meeting because of prior obligations.
Poore, a Democrat in the 37th District, is facing a challenge from Mountain Party candidate Derrick Westly Shaffer.