A quick look at the visual images currently at the top of local state senator Ryan Ferns' Facebook re-election page
Ferns then explains each of the pictures in short posts. For the first picture, he gives the required Hillary quote about closing coal mines before telling us that Ihlenfeld donated to Hillary's campaign. (Imagine, a Democrat donating to a Democrat!) In the second picture, we learn that Obama appointed Ihlenfeld prosecutor and . . .
Earlier this month, that organization endorsed David McKinley over Kendra Fershee
Fershee's priorities and passions
One of the go-to sites to learn about candidates and what they stand for is Ballotpedia. As they do with challengers like Kendra Fershee, Republican David McKinley's Democratic opponent in West Virginia first congressional district, the site asked the candidate a number of questions about why . . .
Yesterday, a terrible poll; today, problems connected with Big Pharma
Court says AG's drug company documents must be released
Here's the headline from the front page of today's Charleston Gazette-Mail:
Morrisey must reveal drug firm documents
The article by reporter Jake Zuckerman begins:
A Kanawha County Circuit judge ordered Attorney General . . .
Democrat Joe Manchin's lead on Republican Patrick Morrisey has moved to 16% according to a poll just released by WSAZ-Gray television:
The poll indicates that Manchin leads Morrisey by 16 percentage points, 52-36. That's double the margin of a WSAZ poll released on Oct. 1. The previous poll showed Manchin leading 46-38.
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The Morrisey campaign appeals to Trump's low information voter
Morrisey and Trump lie about their support for pre-existing conditions
President Trump is right. I have always supported protecting those who need help the most, including those with preexisting conditions. Manchin lies and tries to scare voters because he’s just another dishonest Washington liberal. #wvsen https://t.co/rkYfpyeAGH— AG . . .
-- Republican District 1 Representative David McKinley on why there has not been a debate between the candidates
Why has there been no debates between our congressional candidates? As our Republican representative told the editor of the Daily Antheneum, "no credible group" has been willing to host a debate. Since he made that comment, WV Metro News talk show host Hoppy Kerchival and the Charleston Gazette-Mail have both volunteered. . . .
Should the rest of the country follow Barnesville and the state of Ohio?
Ohio gets serious
Monday’s Wheeling papers had a long (by their standards) article on teachers carrying guns in Ohio schools. After quoting Trump on what a great idea it is, the article tells us:
Under the cloak of security, school districts in 68 of Ohio’s 88 counties have armed teachers — many without telling the . . .