West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant discusses Satellite Precincts with Kanawha County Commissioners Kent Carper and Dave Hardy. Secretary Tennant specifically discussed the neutrality of the precincts and the security of the ballots. She mentioned that the County Clerk, County Commission, and the heads of the two political parties must agree on the location of a satellite precinct. The proposed rule is available for review and public comment at the Secretary of State's website at wvsos.com.
Just a day before West Virginia's 146th birthday, winners of the prestigious Golden Horseshoe Award came home to be knighted. The men and women, for different reasons, were not given the honor when they actually won the award in middle school. The Golden Horseshoe is given to middle school students who display remarkable knowledge about West Virginia and her history. On June 19, several men and women were given the belated but deserved honor of being designated a Knight or Lady of the Golden Horseshoe.
West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant took part in the 2009 Riverfest parade in Saint Albans on Saturday, June 27. Tennant served as the parade's grand marshal. Hundreds of people came out to see the parade! Riverfest wrapped up Sunday, June 28 with a night of gospel music entertainment.