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Alerts and Updates WVCCE November 25, 2020
Thank You!
Thank you for being a major part of our efforts -- fighting for free, fair, and safe elections for West Virginians. With your support, we were able to accomplish a lot this year, despite the obstacles that came about due to COVID-19. And with your continued support, we will be able to continue this work and prepare for the new year. More
Issues: Clean ElectionsFair CourtsHealthVoting RightsWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE November 23, 2020
Let’s Make It Permanent
This year's pandemic created a new host of obstacles for our elections, forcing West Virginia to get creative in order to keep voters and poll workers safe. This included expanded access to absentee voting options, which allowed voters to make their voices heard without risking their lives -- leading to record turnout across the nation. We saw the impact that increased access to the ballot box had on voter engagement, and we cannot allow that to be taken away. More
Issues: DemocracyHealthPro DemocracyVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE November 16, 2020
Pro-Democracy, Anti-Corruption
Our democracy is under attack, but we have the tools to fight back against measures that will hinder our progress towards a government that is transparent, accountable, and responsive to our needs. More
Issues: Clean ElectionsDemocracyFair CourtsTransparency
Alerts and Updates WVCCE November 9, 2020
Results Are In. The Voters Have Spoken.
With record turnout across our nation, Americans made their voices heard. But unfortunately, our systems are being challenged by players who want to change the rules of the game. Some politicians are attempting to sow doubt by using unproven claims to change the outcome of the election because they are afraid of losing. We must continue to remain diligent in the face of misinformation as our new government is formed over the next few months.   More
Issues: DemocracyFair CourtsVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE November 6, 2020
Hang Tight – Our Democracy is Working
It may take a while for all of the votes to be counted but the most important thing is that all votes are counted and everyone’s voice is heard. Any attempts to undermine the count are direct threats to the integrity of our elections and our democracy. American voters will determine the outcome of the election, not any particular politician or government body.  More
Issues: Clean ElectionsDemocracyVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE November 2, 2020
Tomorrow is Election Day
Tomorrow, November 3, is the day we have all been waiting for: Election Day! If you have not already voted, please make a plan today to cast your vote tomorrow. And tell all of your friends and family! This election is so important, so it’s critical that you make it to the polls and vote! Please remember to vote down the ballot, because every single office matters. More
Issues: DemocracyVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE October 30, 2020
Make A Plan To Vote
Mark your calendars! Saturday, October 31 is the last day to early vote! Additionally, remember that you have until Monday, November 2 to hand-deliver your Absentee Ballot to the County Clerk’s office. You can also trade in your absentee ballot and vote in person. Details here. Happy voting! More
Issues: DemocracyVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE October 28, 2020
Recipe for Confusion
The state made the decision to not automatically mail ballot applications for the November general election. Changing up the rules is a recipe for confusion, and with WV having one of the lowest turnout rates in the nation, we should be working to expand access to voting, not putting in place more barriers. WV Citizens for Clean Elections is fighting against this disenfranchisement by informing voters about the voting process. Help us in our mission of fighting for clean elections by donating today so we can help voters navigate the process and cast their ballots. More
Issues: Clean ElectionsDemocracyFair CourtsVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE October 24, 2020
Stealing the Court
After our country lost the great leader and icon, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it only took a few days before powerful special interests launched a well-funded, politically motivated campaign to steal the court. West Virginians are no stranger to special interests and dark money swaying our court systems, which is why we are not going to sit on the sidelines and wait to see what happens. Join us in the fight to save our democracy. More
Issues: Dark MoneyDemocracyFair Courts
Alerts and Updates WVCCE October 12, 2020
Register to Vote Today
Tuesday (10/13) is the deadline to register to vote in West Virginia. Luckily, if you aren’t registered, or even if you think you are, it will only take you a few minutes to register, check or update your registration. There's so much at stake this election, especially when it comes to the courts. Don't miss your chance to make a difference! More
Issues: DemocracyFair CourtsHealthVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE October 8, 2020
Welcome: Re-Introducing WV Citizens for Clean Elections
Our systems are hanging by a thread. Together we can fight back. WV Citizens for Clean Elections is working to remove the influence of money from politics, and are fighting for a court system that works for everyone. We believe in a fair and impartial judiciary, and that starts with ensuring clean elections. More
Issues: Clean ElectionsDemocracyFair CourtsJudicial Independence
Alerts and Updates Julie Archer September 1, 2020
Planning to Vote by Mail? Here’s What You Need to Know
As you probably know, all West Virginia voters have the option of voting absentee due to concerns about COVID-19. This is the safest option because you can vote from home. However, despite our efforts to make the process consistent with the primary, for the general election registered voters in most counties won’t be mailed an absentee ballot application. Here's what you need to know and what you can do to ensure that our democracy can function during this pandemic. More
Issues: DemocracyHealthVoting Rights
Alerts and Updates WVCCE June 8, 2020
Tomorrow is Your Chance to Vote for Reform
While it might seem strange to do something as normal as voting in these tumultouous times, we encourage you to make your voice heard in this crucial primary election. Over the past week, leaders like Stacy Abrams and former President Barack Obama have stressed the importance of voting and electing government officials who listen to us and are responsive to our demands. More
Issues: DemocracyFair CourtsVoting RightsWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE May 29, 2020
Election Day: Use Your Voice to Move Others to Action!
Your Vote is Your Voice! With the primary election just 10 days away, we wanted to remind you of some important resources to help you vote safely and exercise your right to vote effectively. You can also use your voice to educate and move others to action. Click here for three things you can do right now to make sure voters are informed for this crucial election. More
Issues: DemocracyHealthVoting RightsWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE May 18, 2020
Deadline Tomorrow to Register to Vote
Tomorrow (May 19) is the deadline to register to vote in the 2020 WV primary and judicial elections. Register, check, or update your registration at GoVoteWV.com, then make a plan to vote. Three of the most important votes you will cast in the 2020 primary are your picks for the WV Supreme Court. The decisions it makes affect the lives of all West Virginians. Learn more about these important races and the candidates at wvcourtelections.org. More
Issues: DemocracyFair CourtsHealthVoting RightsWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE April 27, 2020
Our Court, Our Vote – Judges Are on the Ballot: Know Your Judicial Candidates
West Virginia voters will elect three justices to the West Virginia Supreme Court in the upcoming primary election.  That's why we're excited to launch a new website, wvcourtelections.org, to help voters learn more about these elections and the judicial candidates. Our rights as voters, workers, parents, and community members depend on the decisions of our elected judges. It is imperative that we are better informed about our courts and the judicial candidates so that we can use our right to vote effectively. More
Issues: Fair CourtsJudicial IndependenceVoting RightsWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE April 24, 2020
Wisconsin a Cautionary Tale for WV: Help Your Neigbors Vote!
As we all grapple with grief and worry during the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in West Virginia we don’t have the additional worry of choosing between our health and our right to vote. However, due to coronavirus a few things have changed about the primary. While these changes are for the best, it's important for everyone to understand how important this election is and how to make their voices heard as safely as possible. Join us for the #VoteTogetherWV phone bank to help people vote in the era of COVID-19.  More
Issues: DemocracyFair CourtsHealthVoting RightsWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE March 3, 2020
Tell Delegates to Reject Unnecessary Court
The West Virginia Legislature cannot justify the expense of creating a new layer of judicial bureaucracy, but the House Finance Committee voted to send SB 275, which would create an intermediate court of appeals, to the full House even though they couldn't pin down the exact cost. Tell the WV House committee members to reject SB 275 and invest the money that would be wasted on an unnecessary intermediate court on things West Virginia needs. More
Issues: Clean ElectionsFair CourtsJudicial IndependenceWV Supreme Court
Alerts and Updates WVCCE March 2, 2020
Don’t Let Powerful Special Interests Have Their Way with Our Courts
The millions that would be wasted on this unnecessary court could be better spent on things that help our families and communities thrive—fixing our roads, improving our schools and providing job training for West Virginia workers. However, in addition to the state’s spending priorities, West Virginians should also be concerned about the millions that special interest groups will undoubtedly spend to pack this new court. Special interest groups spending big bucks on judicial elections see the Supreme Court as an effective vehicle to further their political, ideological, or financial agendas. Why would this new court be any different? Tell the House Finance Committee to say NO to SB 275. More
Issues: Fair CourtsJudicial IndependenceTransparency
Alerts and Updates WVCCE February 25, 2020
Tell Delegates to Fund Critical Needs, Say NO to Unnecessary Court
Why are powerful, out-of-state special interests demanding that West Virginia give them an intermediate court that the Mountain State doesn’t need? To delay justice for West Virginians like you and for our small businesses, property owners, consumers and workers. Tell legislators that the money that would be wasted on an unnecessary intermediate court is better spent on things West Virginia needs — road repairs, better schools, job training for workers, broadband access, senior and veterans services, food programs and pantries so no West Virginian is hungry, and more. More
Issues: Clean ElectionsDark MoneyFair CourtsJudicial Independence
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