For Immediate Release
May 15, 2020

COAL CITY, WV – With less than four weeks until the West Virginia primary, U.S. Senate candidate Paula Jean Swearengin will join fellow congressional candidates for two forums this weekend.

Bread and Butter Politics: Putting People First. A conversation about progressive policy
with Paula Jean Swearengin, U.S. Senate Candidate (WV), Betsy Sweet, U.S. Senate Candidate (ME), Kimberly Graham, U.S. Senate Candidate (IA), Lawrence Hamm, U.S. Senate (NJ) and Albert Lee, U.S. House Candidate (OR-3)
WHEN: Saturday, May 16, 7 p.m. EST
WHERE: Live stream (fb.com/PaulaJean2020)

Organizing in a Crisis – Town Hall hosted by the People’s Power Movement
with Paula Jean Swearengin, U.S. Senate Candidate (WV), Shahid Buttar, U.S. House Candidate (CA-12), Cori Bush (MO-1) and other guests TBA
WHEN: Sunday, May 17, 7 p.m. EST
WHERE: Live stream (fb.com/PaulaJean2020)

Democrat Paula Jean Swearengin is a coal miner’s daughter and granddaughter who has been fighting for clean water, clean air and a diverse economy for the Appalachian community for decades. Swearengin is fighting for bold policies that diversify West Virginia’s economy including the Federal Jobs Guarantee, and the Reclaim Act that would renew abandoned coal towns and bring more jobs and small businesses to West Virginia. She supports federal funding and grants to rebuild and expand infrastructure, create statewide broadband and entice new industry to West Virginia.

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