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Election Day 2016…it’s almost here and what an election! 

A new President of the United States, a new Governor for the State, and a new Senate President as well! 

That’s some major leadership change…Trump or Hillary, Justice or Cole, and Senate President, well that will depend on whether the majority in the Senate remains Republican or switches to Democrat. 

November 8, 2016, will determine the future for our state in many ways and will help chart the course for CCAWV’s legislative strategies in the upcoming session.  Our CCAWV Legislative Committee will meet in November, following Election Day, to formulate our plans.

Local county leadership will also be decided in a big way….every constitutional office in the courthouse is on the ballot in 2016.  There are several retirements coming and the May primary resulted in more change. 

With a total of 57 county commission seats up for grabs; 12 incumbents won their primary in May and have no opposition in the general, 16 incumbents retired, 10 incumbents lost in the primary and 19 incumbent elections will be determined on November 8th.  

With at least a 46% turnover, the CCAWV Basic Training Program for newly elected County Commissioners is

It is scheduled for November 30-December 2, 2016 at the Best

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