Hey, fellas, even the Wheeling Intelligencer has cut back on its anti-Hillary attacks
From Raw Story earlier today:
West Virginia Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Patrick Morrisey on Wednesday told Fox News that he was the best choice because he held the right positions “on all the issues that matter” like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Huh? Hillary is an issue that matters? He elaborated:
“They are looking for . . .
As Ogden's coverage of McKinley and Manchin demonstrate: it's not about incumbency, it's about party affiliation
The Ogden papers have dropped all pretense of fairness and objectivity
Yesterday, I once again documented how the Wheeling “newspapers” have totally ignored congressman David McKinley’s opponents in the upcoming elections. Today, let’s compare Ogden's coverage of Republican incumbent McKinley with Democratic incumbent Joe Manchin.
Earlier this week, the locals featured a story about a public debate (in . . .
An instant classic!
I'm running for U.S. Senate not to just change Washington, but to blow it up and reinvent it.— AG Patrick Morrisey (@MorriseyWV) April 5, 2018
Washington is fundamentally broken. We can fix that with a West Virginia conservative fighter! #wvsen pic.twitter.com/hogbOoYnms
As Splinter describes it:
Then it gets really weird.
“Let’s take on . . .
Thursday, April 5
Manchin gets his reward for cozying to Trump
President Donald Trump quickly turned a tax reform event in West Virginia into a broad political venting session Thursday, including repeated swipes at the state's vulnerable Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin.
Flanked by Rep. Evan Jenkins, R-W.V., and West Virginia Attorney General . . .
Yesterday, Roll Call published the results of a senatorial poll of 500 Republican voters.
West Virginia Rep. Evan Jenkins led the primary field for the Republican nomination for Senate in an automated poll conducted earlier this month for his campaign.
Jenkins was ahead of his closest opponent, state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, 33 . . .