Berkeley County Organizing Meeting

MARCH FORTH with the Constitution Party in Berkeley County. Join us for our fourth (4th) organizing meeting on Monday, March 4 at Hoss’s Restaurant in Martinsburg (Eastern Panhandle) at 7:00pm. Our previous meetings there were January 26, and February 12th and 18th. For more information, check out our event page on Facebook at Supporters from ALL SURROUNDING COUNTIES and even out of state are welcome. Previous meetings have had guests from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

License Plates: Who’s is Coolist?

Just a sampling of some current license plates as seen on West Virginia’s roads.

US Senate Candidate Phil Hudok Inspires 2nd Amendment Resolution

Constitution Party 2014 U.S. Senate candidate Phil Hudok gave presentations to the Randolph County Commission and Board of Education regarding the proper interpretation and need for our Second Amendment. These actions have now resulted in a formal resolution by the Commission to members of Congress. Below is a link to an article in the InterMountain about this. THANK YOU PHIL !!

Here is an excerpt:

Randolph County Commissioners decided to take a stand on the 2nd Amendment Thursday, passing a resolution supporting the right to “keep and bear arms.” The measure will be sent to elected officials.

Commission President Chris See said the resolution was created after resident Phil Hudok spoke to the commission about gun control measures.

“We came up with this resolution and we will send it to Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.,) and Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.),” See said before reading the resolution.

The resolution states that it is the right of the people to “keep and bear arms for the defense of life, liberty and property,” and that the right is regarded as an “inalienable right by the people of Randolph County.”