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New Year, New Party

With a new year, comes new commitment to build and improve the Mountain Party of West Virginia. In previous years, we have faced many difficult challenges. Last year, new leadership began to make necessary reforms. Some of the actions included:

  • Adopting a candidate pledge
  • Building a new website and communications infrastructure
  • Drafting revised ballot access legislation
  • Updating branding and social media

This is just the beginning. We aim to improve accountability within the party and heighten candidate standards. We will explore different approaches to organizing, for more effective outreach. Additionally, we will review our electoral strategy for the new decade.

Despite the hurdles we face, we have a solid foundation of support. Party registration is on the rise, and we have two officeholders. Our incumbent conservation district supervisors are seeking re-election.  We are also seeking qualified candidates for other state and local offices. 

We are asking voters to consider joining the party that puts the people of West Virginia first, ahead of corporations and special interests. We want a sustainable and fair economy that leaves nobody out. We can build a West Virginia where everyone has clean air and water, has a roof over their head, and has access to good public services. We can do this by investing in the Green economy of the future and by ending corporate welfare. A mountain government would tax the millionaire class, so that no child within our state’s borders will ever have to experience poverty again. This is the vision we hold, but only with your help can we make this reality. 

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  2. Register Mountain
  3. Contribute
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