Honoring the party faithful


U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R) was the keynote speaker at Thursday’s Mason County Republican Dinner. Capito, pictured at left, and Mason County Commission President Tracy Doolittle, pictured at right, helped honor Sarah Gibbs of New Haven, pictured at center. Gibbs, 87, was honored for being a “staunch Republican” who served 34 years on the Town of New Haven Council and still works as a poll worker during elections. Gibbs is also a clerk at the New Haven Library. More on Capito’s remarks at Thursday’s dinner in the Saturday Point Pleasant Register.


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U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R) was the keynote speaker at Thursday’s Mason County Republican Dinner. Capito, pictured at left, and Mason County Commission President Tracy Doolittle, pictured at right, helped honor Sarah Gibbs of New Haven, pictured at center. Gibbs, 87, was honored for being a “staunch Republican” who served 34 years on the Town of New Haven Council and still works as a poll worker during elections. Gibbs is also a clerk at the New Haven Library. More on Capito’s remarks at Thursday’s dinner in the Saturday Point Pleasant Register.

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R) was the keynote speaker at Thursday’s Mason County Republican Dinner. Capito, pictured at left, and Mason County Commission President Tracy Doolittle, pictured at right, helped honor Sarah Gibbs of New Haven, pictured at center. Gibbs, 87, was honored for being a “staunch Republican” who served 34 years on the Town of New Haven Council and still works as a poll worker during elections. Gibbs is also a clerk at the New Haven Library. More on Capito’s remarks at Thursday’s dinner in the Saturday Point Pleasant Register.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_3.17-PPR-Capito.jpgU.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R) was the keynote speaker at Thursday’s Mason County Republican Dinner. Capito, pictured at left, and Mason County Commission President Tracy Doolittle, pictured at right, helped honor Sarah Gibbs of New Haven, pictured at center. Gibbs, 87, was honored for being a “staunch Republican” who served 34 years on the Town of New Haven Council and still works as a poll worker during elections. Gibbs is also a clerk at the New Haven Library. More on Capito’s remarks at Thursday’s dinner in the Saturday Point Pleasant Register. Beth Sergent/Register
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