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Tri-State campaign notes

September 28, 1998

Del. Charles Trump IV, R-Morgan, recently told the Morgan County (W.Va.) Republican Club that the recent work on roads and highways in Morgan County is the result of the work of Sen. Harry Dugan, R-Berkeley.

"I wish I could claim credit, but the fact is that it is because of Harry Dugan that we have received so much help on our roads," Trump said. "It is imperative for the good of the region that Senator Dugan be returned to office. He has been doing a terrific job at bringing home the bacon to Morgan County and I'm not sure that people know that."

Dugan thanked the Morgan County Republicans for providing the margin of victory in his primary election race with former Berkeley County Commissioner Howard Strauss. "You must be sure to go to the polls and vote because the only concern we have is a low turnout. In this county, only two or three households not voting can make the difference between victory and defeat," he said.

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WVEA-PAC endorsements




The West Virginia Education Association Political Action Council recently announced its endorsements for statewide offices and the U.S. Congress for the Nov. 3 general election.

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* " NATURALSIZEFLAG="0" ALIGN="BOTTOM"> U.S. House of Representatives: Democrats Bob Wise, Alan B. Mollohan and Nick Joe Rahall II

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* " NATURALSIZEFLAG="0" ALIGN="BOTTOM"> House of Delegates: Vicki Douglas, D-Berkeley; Larry Faircloth, R-Berkeley; Democrat Laura Rose; John Doyle, D-Jefferson; and Dale Manuel, D-Jefferson

The WVEA-PAC is the independent, political arm of the WVEA, the state's larges school employee organization.




The last day to register to vote in West Virginia during the Nov. 3 general election is Monday, Oct. 5. Changes to political party affiliation must also be done by this date.

"Voter registration hit the million mark for the 1998 primary election in May, yet there are approximately 400,000 eligible West Virginians who are not registered to vote," reported Secretary of State Ken Hechler.

There are 500 sites throughout the state at which West Virginia residents have the opportunity to register to vote. County clerks' offices will have extended hours on Friday, Oct. 2, Saturday, Oct. 3, and Monday, Oct. 5.

For information, call the Secretary of State's office at 1-304-558-6000.

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