Posts Tagged ‘Phil Kabler’

Aftermath Part II

Monday, November 12th, 2012

The morning afterwards I wrote a piece about the Aftermath.  I mentioned if there a lesson to be learned from the positive campaign [my wife Jenny’s thought] of Allen Loughry approach in winning a seat on the Supreme Court.  There is a front page story about this very question in today’s Charleston Gazette written by Paul J. Nyden.  Click here to learn the Loughry way.

The aftermath continues for potential change in the WV Legislature. Not only is it being driven by the huge victory by Republican candidates but Democrats must face the new reality.  To help our non-“political valley” readers keep up here is the Statehouse Beat column by Phil Kabler. Stay informed here.

An editorial in the Charleston Daily Mail also addresses the aftermath as it impacts the Legislature.  Read it here.

Political News From Charleston

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Let the gubernatorial games begin

By Phil Kabler (Statehouse Beat, Charleston Gazette)

We may remember last week as the week that House Speaker Rick Thompson, D-Wayne, watched his gubernatorial aspirations slip away.  Read the full story here.

How Did We Get Section 3-10-3?

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Many of us in the political business have been consulting the election laws of West Virginia in recent days.  Reading Section 3-10-3 leaves you wondering where this concept originated. 

Political columnist Phil Kabler for The Sunday Gazette-Mail took time last week to do the research.  Readers will find this fascinating.

Phil, good job.