RealWV hosts first of two Greenbrier County Primary Debates tonight at Lewis Theatre

By RealWV Staff,

LEWISBURG, W.Va. – The first of RealWV’s two 2024 Greenbrier County Primary Debates take place tonight, Monday, April 8, at the Lewis Theatre in downtown Lewisburg. The event will begin at 6 p.m.

Monday evening will feature candidates from nonpartisan races, including Board of Education, Family Court Judge, and Circuit Court Judge. Unopposed candidates will also be on-hand to address the audience, and answer questions. 

Candidates confirmed to appear on Monday include:

To read RealWV’s candidate profile, click on the candidate’s name above. 

Debate night two will take place on Thursday, April 11, and feature candidates from partisan races, including Greenbrier County Commission, County Sheriff, and both District 46 and 47 of the West Virginia House of Delegates. 

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Scott Womack, Ed. D, will serve as moderator. Col. Womack is a French, German, and Spanish instructor, as well as a Model UN, Student Government, and Youth Leadership Alliance advisor at James Monroe High School.

All Greenbrier County Primary Candidates have been invited to participate. RealWV has also offered all candidates the option of being interviewed for a published article. Suggestions from the public regarding potential questions for the candidates should be emailed to news@therealwv.com

Both the Greenbrier County Democratic and Republican parties will have information booths in the lobby of the Lewis Theatre on both nights. Voter registration will be available to those who need it. 

The RealWV’s 2024 Greenbrier County Primary Debates have been made possible through the sponsorship of Grist Real Estate Associates, The Robert C. Byrd Clinic, Sunset Berry Farms, Wallace & Wallace Funeral Services Inc., and the Rainelle Medical Center. 

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