Natalie Tennant: Independent Leadership





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Published on Aug 13, 2014

U.S. Senate Nominee Reminds Voters She Gave $3 Million Back to Taxpayers, and
Put 3 Members of Own Party in Prison for Fraud

(CHARLESTON, WV) – West Virginia Secretary of State and U.S. Senate nominee Natalie Tennant today launched another powerful TV ad reminding voters of her proven record as an independent leader who puts West Virginia first.
The ad features Tennant standing in front of the Robert C. Byrd Federal Courthouse in Charleston, West Virginia, where three democratic elected officials pled guilty to fraud charges as a result of the investigation Tennant spearheaded. Those three democrats served time in federal prison because Tennant put what’s right for West Virginia ahead of her own party.

“I won’t tolerate self-serving politicians of either party,” Tenant says in the ad.

Tennant goes on to remind voters that she cut her own budget in the Secretary of State’s Office and gave $3 million back to the taxpayers in West Virginia.

Tennant’s proven independence helped make her the second highest vote-getter statewide in 2012 – just handful of voted shy of Senator Joe Manchin. In fact, Tennant won more than 60 percent of the vote in both 2008 and 2012, with a very unpopular President on the ballot.


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