IWVP: Getting inside the race for U.S Senate in the Mountain State

Inside West Virginia Politics

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – On this week’s Inside West Virginia Politics, we get inside the race for U.S. Senate, explain how the candidates differ on key issues, and show what each candidate wants to accomplish for the Mountain State.

Putting the goverment back in the hands of the people

In segment one, Paula Jean Swearengin, democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, explains why she decided to run for Senate, why she doesn’t believe Congress should even consider the current Supreme Court nominee during the pandemic, and why she thinks her opponent is out of touch with her constituents.


Staying in touch with the needs of West Virginians

In segment two, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), republican candidate for U.S. Senate explains why she thinks West Virginia should re-elect her, why she plans to vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, why she still believes she understands the needs of the Mountain State.


Providing economic diversity in the Mountain State

In segment three, Swearengin explains why Congress should be focusing on COVID-19 stimulus packages, why she believes the Affordable Health Care Act should be upheld, and why the Mountain State needs economic diversity.


Providing broadband throughout the Mountain State

In segment four, Capito explains how she continues to work to pass a COVID-19 stimulus package to help those in the state, how she plans to help provide broadband coverage throughout the Mountain State, and how she plans to help provide health care for West Virginia.

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