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Sen. Evan Jenkins endorsed by women's Republican group

Mar. 04, 2014 @ 08:14 AM

HUNTINGTON -- Officers and members of the Huntington Cabell Republican Women have endorsed West Virginia Sen. Evan Jenkins, R-Cabell, for U.S. House of Representatives, 3rd Congressional District.

In a news release, the group says Jenkins has a proven record of representing his constituents and voting on behalf of their West Virginia values.

Among the counties in the 3rd Congressional District are Cabell, Mason, Wayne, Lincoln and Logan.

FUNDRAISER FOR DUNN-MARSHALL: A fundraiser for Vicki Dunn-Marshall, Republican candidate for West Virginia Senate, District 5, is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Bailey & Glasser LLP, 209 Capitol St., Charleston.

District 5 includes Cabell County and part of Wayne County.

For more information, call Sonya Hall at 304-942-6482 or email vicki@votevicki.com.

FUNDRAISER FOR HENDERSON: The Committee to Elect Cheryl L. Henderson as circuit court judge is hosting a fundraiser from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 13, at the Junior League Community Center, 617 9th Ave.

ENDORSEMENT: Alex Mooney, a Republican candidate for Congress in West Virginia's 2nd Congressional District, has been endorsed by Michael Farris, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, and Michael Donnelly, director of international relations and staff attorney for the Home School Legal Defense Association.

Among the counties in the 2nd Congressional District are Putnam and Kanawha.

The Herald-Dispatch is running news, including events and endorsements, from candidates running in the 2014 election cycle. To submit your campaign news, send an email to news@herald-dispatch.com with the subject line "Campaign Trails."

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