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12 April 2006

WV AFL-CIO 2006 Primary Endorsements

UNITED STATES SENATE Robert C. Byrd U. S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE 1st District Alan B. Mollohan; 2nd District Mark Hunt; 3rd District Nick Joe Rahall, II SENATE 1st District Edwin J. Bowman; 2nd District Larry J. Edgell; 4th District Jim L

11 April 2006

WV-01: - Legal Woes May Force Mollohan to Start Spending

West Virginia Democratic Rep. Alan B. Mollohan, over his dozen House terms, has never engaged in the feverish fundraising activity typical of many House incumbents. That’s because he has never before had to: He has never come close to losing in the stat

05 April 2006

04.05.06 WV: Rep. Capito Vulnerable, Democratic Hopefuls Say

Three Democrats wanting to represent West Virginia’s Second District in Congress zeroed in on the Iraq conflict and said approval ratings for President Bush and Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., are on a downward slide, mirroring the public’s opinio

29 March 2006

The Goat Rope

A blog devoted to current events, economic and social justice, and culture in West Virginia, the US, and around the world.

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08 March 2006

West Virginia Senate: Byrd (D) Coasting to Ninth Term

February 25, 2006--Democratic Senator Robert Byrd is coasting to a ninth term in office. So far, Byrd is wiping the floor with each candidate vying for the Republican nomination. John Raese, the GOP establishment's fifth choice to run against Byrd, trails