Choosing the side of people fighting for Property Rights and Clean Water
In Harrison, we saw wellpads that were literally a stone’s throw from Wilsonburg Elementary school. In Doddridge and Ritchie, we saw toxic landfills and pipeline facilities tucked away from public view.
Choosing the side of Firefighters
Firefighters are asked to do more than ever. They are the first line of defense, especially for families struggling to make ends meet. Not just fires, but overdoses. Not just car accidents, but flooded basements. We have wrecked the middle class in West Virginia, and left first responders to try and pick up the pieces.
Choosing the side of West Virginians
Every month, volunteers in Marion County get together. They are social workers, students, teachers, veterans, people with disabilities, retirees, restaurant workers, law enforcement, doctors, and entrepreneurs. They strategize and plan local voter outreach, volunteer projects, and candidate recruitment