Martinsburg, W.Va. – Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant will have a very busy few days in the Eastern Panhandle.
On Wednesday, September 29, she will observe a candidate forum sponsored by WEPM-AM, WHAG-TV, and the Observer newspaper. The event will be recorded and aired on WEPM-AM on Thursday and Friday morning.
On Thursday, Tennant is scheduled to be live in the WRNR-AM studios with host Matt Miller discussing the upcoming November general election and the SOS On The Road outreach event being held in Martinsburg.
SOS On The Road provides all the services of the Secretary of State’s Office to business owners, charitable organizations, candidates, and voters. The SOS On The Road event will be held from 9:30AM to 4:00PM on September 30 at the BB&T on South Queen Street in Martinsburg.
Tennant will also visit election officials at the Berkeley County Courthouse and discuss the upcoming November general election.
Later Thursday, Tennant will travel to Shepherd University to take part in a voter registration drive. The Shepherd Young Democrats, Shepherd Young Republicans, and the political science honor society Pi Sigma Alpha will all be involved urging students to not only register to vote, but to go to the polls on election day or even serve as a poll worker. The Shepherd event runs from 12-4:00PM with Secretary Tennant speaking at 2:30 with Shepherd President Dr. Suzanne Shipley.
Tennant returns to Martinsburg on Friday for a scheduled in studio interview with host Hans Fogle on WEPM-AM.
Later Friday, fourth grade students at Potomac Intermediate School in Martinsburg will hear an inspirational message from Secretary Tennant. She will also present the students and school with a state flag.