Sec. of State brings her message to Gilmer
Thanks to West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, who came to Glenville on Tues., Jan. 24, for stressing “voter awareness” to our young people and citizens.
She visited both Gilmer County High School and Glenville State College in order to encourage this area’s students and other attendees to register and to vote in both the May Primary (Tues., May 8) and November General Election (Tues., Nov. 6).
Gilmer County Clerk Jean Butcher also helped out by being on hand to demonstrate the voting machines and to register students to vote. Most importantly, 45 patriotic young GCHS students did register. Kudos to them.
Secretary of State Natalie Tennant and Gilmer County Clerk Jean Butcher are to be commended for dramatizing this important democratic function and each citizen’s duty regardless of age to cast their ballots in the regular and special elections.
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