Rahall Says Ugly Ads Will Hurt Turnout; What is Amendment One?

Oct 24, 2014

  Congressman Nick Rahall's race against state Sen. Evan Jenkins has been focused on the declining coal industry in southern West Virginia. Rahall's solution: ramp up efforts to support tourism in southern West Virginia, but he also says the current environmental regulations in place are enough to protect the area's environment from the coal industry's practices. 

Fayette County Commissioner Matt Wender and Gary Hartley with the Boys Scouts of America discuss Amendment One, a proposed amendment to West Virginia's Constitution that would allow the Scouts to rent out the Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jean for major events without losing their property tax exemption. Wender says an amendment is far too much protection and could hurt local businesses.

Jared Hunt of the Charleston Daily Mail and Mandi Cardosi of the State Journal discuss the question of an electioneering violation by Secretary of State Natalie Tennant while early voting Wednesday.