The public is invited to meet and question the candidates for the county, state and national election during Candidate's Night at the Philip Barbour High School auditorium on Monday, October 24.
Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and introduction of the candidates will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be available. Reservations are not required. The Barbour County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the affair, with Vice President Reg Trefethen serving as Master of Ceremonies. Dr. Tim Barry, President of Alderson Broaddus University, will be the Moderator. Use of the auditorium is provided courtesy of the Barbour County Board of Education.
As of October 18, the Hon. David McKinley, a member of the U. S. House of Representatives, pictured above, is planning to attend, as are WV State Treasurer candidate Ann Urling, incumbent WV State Auditor John McCuskey, WV senate incumbent Bob Williams, and WV senate candidate Randy Smith. Ken Auvil and incumbent Danny Wagner will appear for the West Virginia House of Delegates. Candidates for the Barbour County Commission who plan to attend include Commissioner Jedd Schola and candidate Susie Cvechko. Prosecuting Attorney candidates Thomas Hoxie and Jody Boylen, incumbent Assessor John Cutright, Assessor candidate Derick Spencer, county clerk candidates Adam Marsh and Connie Kaufman, and Circuit Clerk candidate Gerald Fogg will also be on hand.