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CHARLESTON — With the sentencing of three elected officials from Lincoln County for election law violations, there is a question of “can anything really be done?”
CHARLESTON — Have you ever wondered why Mountain State voters, seemingly, need much more consumer protection education right around election time?
CHARLESTON — Scott Blass’s recent op-ed discussing West Virginia’s public financing program for Supreme Court candidates might lead one to believe the program had been declared unconstitutional by the courts. No such thing has occurred.
WHEELING — The West Virginia Association for Justice has consistently supported efforts to reform judicial election financing.