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Bray sits down with guests to talk about domestic abuse, politics and switching parties

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Bray sits down with Krista Fink, author of Silent No More, and Debby Weinstein, Executive Director for the YWCA of Charleston, to speak about domestic violence and abuse.

In the second segment, Bray continues his talk with Krista Fink and Debby Weinstein.

Senator Evan Jenkins (R-Cabell) talks to Bray about his decision to switch parties and challenge Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) in the upcoming election season.

In Senator Jenkins' second segment he tells Bray about his plans for the future and why he decided to run against Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.).

Charleston Mayor Danny Jones stops by to speak about Senator Jenkins' decision to leave the Democratic Party.

Bray and Mayor Jones continue their talk about switching parties and running for office on the national level.