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We The People (WTP) of Hampshire County held a regular meeting Sept. 13. It was decided that WTP would again go out into the community for voter registration drives. Anyone interested in voting must be registered 21 days before the election. If you are not registered or would like to change your party affiliation, you can pick up a form at the county clerk’s office or see a member of WTP. Copies of the United States Constitution are also available from WTP. Knowing your rights is essential to defending your rights.
Jo Largent shared highlights from the Exempt America Rally Sept. 10, in Washington, D.C., attended by over a dozen members of the group. After the rally members met with Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito and shared concerns on some of the issues affecting the country.
Members held a lively discussion on the need to elect constitutional and moral representatives. Representatives must understand the state and local governments are to erect barriers to stop an over reaching federal government.
Plans were made to go to Martinsburg Saturday, Sept. 21, for a Constitutional Seminar presented by KrisAnne Hall, a former prosecutor from Florida. KrisAnne was fired from her job because she refused to give up her right to free speech when she was told she must quit teaching the Constitution to TEA Party groups. KrisAnne now travels the country teaching for free the United States Constitution to those who wish to learn. If anyone is interested in learning more about the Constitution, KrisAnne has a book, “Not a Living Breathing Document — Reclaiming Our Constitution.” The book presents the 700-plus year history that gave us our founding documents.
Charlie Baker, Hampshire County Code and Compliance officer, will be at the Oct. 11, meeting to discuss building permits in the county.
The planning commission and representatives from Cambria will hold informational public meetings Monday, Oct. 14 on the 2nd floor of the old courthouse at 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., and Tuesday, Oct. 15 at Capon Bridge Fire Hall at 6:30 p.m. to discuss land use planning and zoning.
The next meeting of We The People of Hampshire County will be Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. in The Bank of Romney Community Center, across from Sheetz. We The People believe in small government, fiscal responsibility and free markets. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. If you would like more information, visit www.we-the-people-hc.com or call 540-450-6850.
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