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Paula Jean Swearengin Releases Video Series Targeting Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

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Titled ‘The More Y’all Know’, the ongoing series of short clips highlights Capito’s voting record on Medicare, Equal Pay and Pell Grants

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COAL CITY, WV – US Senate Candidate Paula Jean Swearengin is taking on Senator Shelley Moore Capito in a new bite-sized video series called “The More Y’all Know.” Focused on Capito’s voting record and showcases the stark contrast in policy stances between the two women.

“Did you know that Shelley Moore Capito has voted against women’s rights for Equal Pay three times?” Swearengin asks in the first episode. “I will always stand for women to have equal rights.”

Swearenegin, who has pledged to refuse all Dark Money and run a people-powered campaign, has outraised all her primary opponents in small-dollar donations, according to FEC filings. She’s running on a platform that includes Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, and debt-free public education. 

The More You Know Episodes 2 and 3 discuss Capito’s votes to cut Medicare and Pell Grant funding respectively.

The first three Episodes can be found here.

The West Virginia Democratic primary is slated for June 9, 2020.

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.

For more information, email [email protected].

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