CONVERSATIONS IN COLOR

Our first Conversation in Color on October 17 is in the books, but the conversations are just beginning! Martinsburg City Councilor Cory Roman moderated a wonderful conversations with these 6 fantastic Working Families Party endorsed Black West Virginians running for office in November. View the video on Facebook here

We're looking forward to continuing this conversation! Are you? Join our mailing list to make sure you get our emails to invite you to the next conversation!

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The Candidates

Delegate Sean Hornbuckle

WV House, District 16

"Our state desperately needs a leader that mirrors who they are."

Tina Russell

WV House, District 27

"We need a legislature that puts regular people first, and recognizes that we can’t be defined by who we hate, but by who we help."

Kathy Ferguson

WV House, District 35

"Maintaining a 'People First' platform, means that everything I plan to do as a legislator will be centered around The People, advancing policies that would be considered beneficial and opposing any that would cause undue hardships or disadvantage to the masses of WV people."

Delegate Danielle Walker

WV House, District 51

"I am an activist legislator, speaking for the voiceless, fighting for the vulnerable, and fighting to make our government serve the needs of the people of West Virginia."

Delegate Sammi Brown

WV House, District 65

"I'm sick and tired of political apathy while our neighbors struggle to survive. . . We deserve dignity, an economy that works for us all and elected officials who actually serve us."

Mary Ann Claytor

WV Auditor

"Why not hold our elected officials to the same level of standard we are required in performing our job duties, which could start with electing a State Auditor with a minimum of an accounting degree?"

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