A recurring series that will chronicle WV's Republican senatorial primary
Fresh off its win in Alabama, Bannon/Breitbart backs Morrisey's candidacy
After opposing President Trump's and Mitch McConnell's candidate and winning with the far-right Judge Roy Moore, Steve Bannon has moved on to other primary races including one in West Virginia. The Hill reports:
A source familiar with Bannon's plans . . .
Republican Deathmatch 1* (A recurring series that will chronicle WV's Republican senatorial primary)
And I thought that I would never see the word "liberal" used to describe "Patrick Morrisey": what I learned from visiting Republican super PACs
We are still nine months away from the West Virginia primary but the Republican race for Senate has already heated up with the super PACs supporting Morrisey and Jenkins getting very busy.
For example, the Evan Jenkins-supporting website, Morriseys millions, tells us "some things we should know" about Attorney General Patrick . . .
WV Attorney General Morrisey to run for Senate
The Charleston Gazette-Mail is reporting that Patrick Morrisey will be running for senate:
Morrisey, who is scheduled to appear at a rally in Harper’s Ferry on Monday evening, said he is running to forward conservative values such as rolling back environmental protections, protecting citizens’ . . .
Mike Myer on marijuana and the "change everything" revolution
All of Sunday's column and half of Saturday's column is devoted to an attack upon the legislation that would permit the legalization of medical marijuana. In neither column is there any evidence. To make his case, Myer compares the growing use of medical marijuana . . .
Joe keeps sounding more and more like a Republican
I wrote in the previous post that the Washington Post was listing WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey as a potential challenger for Senator Joe Manchin in 2018. Today's Politico Energy Report suggests the race is already on:
In what could be a preview of a 2018 Senate contest, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey made an . . .
I wish they would have just sent me the $9.50
Ohio Valley Resources cites the Center for Public Integrity in reporting what most of us already knew about political advertising in the state this year:
“There’s been a ton of ads in West Virginia,” said data reporter Ben Wieder at the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit journalism outlet.
The Center analyzed TV ads in state-level . . .