Media playing favorites – a look at our “fair and balanced” local media deciding (by their coverage) who is and who is not a legitimate candidate
Covering the media’s favorite favorite, Riley Moore
Monday was the first filing day for West Virginia candidates. And at the point of this WTOV broadcast on Tuesday, numerous . . .
Keeping tabs on Patrick Morrisey, Mac Warner and Riley Moore
Patrick Morrisey claims to be WV’s attorney general but whom does Patrick Morrisey really work for?
How about the Indiana AG? Yesterday, from a group called Veterans for Trump:
Just got off the phone with AG Patrick Morrisey running for Gov in WV - he has been working on legal in Indiana to keep Trump on the ballot - we have . . .
Ogden Newspapers, the WV Trump Party, and pepperoni rolls
A look at the state of the West Virginia economy: send in the cheerleader
This weekend's Wheeling News-Register carried an op-ed by the President of the conservative Cardinal Institute for WV Policy, Garrett Ballengee, who bragged about what great strides West Virginia has made since the Republican Party . . .
From the current state attorney general who is running for governor, Patrick Morrisey
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We must not allow these radical plaintiffs to disqualify President Trump from the ballot. I will continue to stand strong for President Trump. Listen to my statement below. pic.twitter.com/rUed4D4fyB— Patrick Morrisey (@MorriseyWV) December 20, 2023
Following-up* on the WV governor debate
In the debate, the current secretary of state, Mac Warner, claimed that the 2020 presidential election was stolen by the CIA:
(A confession: I did not watch last evening’s Republican gubernatorial debate - I knew that I would be watching the Pittsburgh Steelers later and that would be more than enough masochism for one evening.)
Some debate coverage from around the Web
WV Metro’s coverage
.@BradMcElhinny with full report, including video, of . . .
Bill Johnson at Youngstown State
Last Friday, the soon-to-be president of Youngstown State University, Representative Bill Johnson, held a press conference about his appointment. Yesterday, the Wheeling Intelligencer carried a report of the conference filed by Ogden’s Youngstown Vindicator reporter, David Skolnick.
The news . . .