West Virginia Secretary of State and U.S. Senate candidate Natalie E. Tennant announced plans to visit all 55 counties in West Virginia over the coming months and hear directly from West Virginians about the issues that matter most to them.
The "Talk with Tennant" listening tour is part of Tennant's continued campaign to put West Virginia first and replace Washington politics with West Virginia values.
"I'm running to put West Virginia first," Tennant said. "That's why I'm taking my campaign directly to the people of West Virginia to make their voices heard."
The Talk with Tennant listening tour will kick off later this week with stops in the Northern Panhandle and continue across the state over the coming months. Stops will include:
While Tennant works to put the concerns of West Virginians first, long-time Congresswoman Capito is returning to Washington where she:
"I've put nearly 200,000 miles on my car driving around West Virginia already, and everywhere I go, folks are fed up with Washington ways," Tennant said. "We deserve a Senator who will work for Main Street West Virginians, not Wall Street special interests."
The Talk with Tennant tour will not be the first time Tennant has visited all 55 West Virginia counties. Growing up as the youngest of seven children on her family farm, Tennant has worked to put West Virginia first her whole life - from working her way through college at West Virginia University, where she served as the Mountaineer mascot, to serving as West Virginia's Secretary of State, where she cut her own budget to return $3 million to West Virginia taxpayers.