HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Seniors at Huntington High School will have an opportunity to ask questions of candidates involved in a high-profile congressional race Wednesday morning.

The seniors in the Civics class and Advanced Placement Government class will host West Virginia Third District Congressman Nick Rahall and his primary election challenger Richard Ojeda along with Cabell County state Senator Evan Jenkins.

Most political prognosticators believe it will be Rahall and Jenkins matching-up in the fall election which has already attracted thousands of dollars of political advertisements.

The students have prepared their own questions. The local League of Women Voters is also involved in the event.

The question and answers are scheduled to begin at 9:15 Wednesday morning.


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  • George

    My minds made up,,,,,,had enough of these. Obama puppets.........changing to republican next election. Not a perfect choice but better than what we have now...........I'm getting tired of our State being ranked last or next to last in every good category.....time for a change.......

  • C. F. T.

    Rahall ads are so misleading and deceptive his supporters must be desperate.