DECISION MAKERS: Bray talks elections with Loughry, Morrisey
Early voting has started in the Mountain State, and the general election is under nine days away, possibly bringing with it a change in West Virginia's political landscape.
How will state leaders react to possibly having a two party system? Host Bray Cary poses this question to Charleston Mayor Danny Jones. Patrick Morrisey talks about his campaign to unseat Darrell McGraw as Attorney General. Allen Loughry will tell us how he plans to win one of the two seats up for grabs on the West Virginia Supreme Court.
Also, Kanawha County Commissioner Kent Carper tells Bray what's being doing to keep volunteer fire departments in check. And Byron Harris, consumer advocate for the Public Service Commission, breaks down what Century Aluminum is asking for in their new rate request, and how it affects you.