Thank you to everyone involved with Meet the Candidates – General Election 2020
We appreciate all of the 2020 General Election candidates that took their valuable time to come out for Meet the Candidates so that we could get to know you better.
Thank you so much to our amazing business member sponsors for stepping up to help make Meet the Candidates happen for our community:
APPALACHIAN POWER COMPANY
BB&T NOW TRUIST RETAIL COMMUNITY BANK
BEAVER COAL COMPANY
BECKLEY APPALACHIAN REGIONAL HOSPITAL
BECKLEY WATER COMPANY
BLUE RIDGE FUNERAL HOME & MEMORIAL GARDENS
Thank you to our Moderator, Jay Quesenberry, Raleigh County Administrator and Voice of Meet the Candidates, your continued support for this event is very much appreciated.
Thank you to our legislative professional media panel for asking the questions that help to get to know how our candidates stand on issues and concerns in our area
Damon Cain, Editor – The Register Herald Newspaper
Anna Saunders, Reporter – WOAY TV
Annie Moore, Capital Beat Reporter – WVVA TV
Riley Phillips, Evening Anchor – WVNS TV 59 News
Dave Kirby, Host – News Talk WWNR
Keith Thompson, Senior Account Executive – WJLS Radio
Thank you to these radio broadcasters for your numerous years of continued Meet the Candidates LIVE broadcasting
WJLS News Network – 560 AM / 95.7 FM / 104.1 FM
Southern Communications – WWNR Radio 620 AM / 101.1 FM
Thank you for your hospitality TAMARACK – The Best of West Virginia. We appreciate your attention to detail and willingness to work with us on short-notice to pull-off a successful Meet the Candidates event. Well done by all the staff involved in working through our set-up needs.
Thank you to all of our BRCCC Directors for welcoming our Meet the Candidate guests and making sure that everyone was as safe as possible while attending Meet the Candidates.
Thank you to all of our BRCCC Member business representatives that attended, in masks, to support this event and to learn more about our General Election candidates.
“We feel it is important to give constituents the opportunity to meet their local candidates and learn about their positions on major issues prior to the general election on November 3rd,” says Heather Ouimette, Chairperson for the Chamber’s Governmental Affairs committee.
Remember our upcoming Election schedule and please remember to VOTE !
October 21 – 31
General Election Day