Delegate Morgan receives endorsements for his House re-election campaign
MORGAN ENDORSEMENTS: Delegate Jim Morgan, a Democrat running for West Virginia House District 16, has received the following endorsements:
West Virginia for Manufacturing Jobs political action commitee; National Association of Social Workers; West Virginia Nurses PAC; NRA-Victory Fund; West Virginia Home Builders; Planned Parenthood Action Fund; West Virginia Farm Bureau PAC; West Virginia Trooper's Assoc. PAC; West Virginia Healthcare PAC; West Virginia Business & Industry Council PAC; Senior Power PAC; Wal-Mart Stores PAC; West Virginia Speech & Language Assoc. PAC; West Virginia Appalachian Laborers PAC; IUPAT Painters PAC; Building & Construction Trades PAC; Alpha Natural Resources PAC; West Virginia LAW-PAC Assoc. for Justice; West Virginia Society of CPAs PAC; HUBPAC West Virginia Contractors; Robinson & McElwee PAC; Nationwide West Virginia Political Fund; Community Bankers PAC; J & K Legislative PAC; Realtors RPAC; USW-Non Federal Fund; CWA PAC Communication Workers; GOPAC Gas & Oil; West Virginia Carpenters Council PAC; Service Employees Internat'l PAC; EPIC Pharmacies PharmPAC; IBEW Education Committee; West Virginia CAR Auto Dealers PAC; West Virginia Beverage Wholesalers PAC; AEP Committee for Responsible Government; Pfizer PAC; Comcast PAC; BankPAC West Virginia Bankers; UMWA PAC; Steptoe & Johnson Good Government Fund; Highmark Health PAC; First Energy PAC; Water for West Virginia PAC; West Virginia Agents PAC; International Assoc. of Firefighters 289; West Virginia Retailers PAC; Operators PAC; Community Bankers PAC; West Virginia Trucking PAC; West Virginia OMEGA PAC; West Virginia Physical Therapy PAC; Nationwide Insurance PAC; West Virginia Academy of Eye Physicians PAC; West Virginia Ohio Valley NECA PAC; West Virginia ArchiPAC.
ZUMBA EVENT: A public Zumba event will take place from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at Pullman Square in Huntington.
The event, sponsored by House of Delegates District 16 candidate Sean Hornbuckle, will be led by instructors Monica Ashford and Kimberly Lapsley.
Registration for the free event will take place from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
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