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  • commented 2018-03-05 11:00:40 -0500
    Dear Delegate Lovejoy,

    First, thank you for your support of higher education. You seem one of the few representatives in this state who understands the importance of funding education and making higher education a priority for West Virginia citizens.

    I am writing you today, however, about resolution SJR12, which proposes to amend the state constitution to deny abortion rights to women. While I understand you are personally pro-life, please put yourself in the position of women in this state who must make daily choices about contraception and childcare, often on their own. Rather than focus on taking away funding for abortions, our state leaders should be focused on programs that can offer free contraception, childcare, and pre- and post-natal care to women. We need to stop policing women’s bodies and have faith that they will make the best choice, which very often will include maintaining a pregnancy if they feel there are community resources available. We can end abortions if we provide more sex education in our communities and more ways to fund contraception. Outlawing abortion will never end abortion, and crooked doctors will offer abortions in unsafe and potentially deadly ways. That is not pro-life.

    Please reconsider your stance and vote against this resolution.

    Thank you,

    Kelli Prejean
  • commented 2016-10-22 11:00:41 -0400

    Dear Mr. Lovejoy,

    Our Children Our Future, and Coalfield Development, two nonprofit organizations working throughout West Virginia to end poverty are cordially inviting you to the 2016 Candidate’s Forum at the West Edge Factory on October 28 from 5:00 to 7:00p.m. West Edge is located at 1040 Vernon Street, Huntington, WV (across from the Westmoreland Public Park).

    This non-partisan forum is part of a series of discussions we are hosting in 17 communities across the state. It is designed to give you a chance to engage with citizens around four discussion topics that have emerged as important to our region. These topic areas include: the opioid drug addiction epidemic, water quality, economic diversity and jobs for displaced coal miners, and the economic potential of cannabis production. Questions pertaining to each of these areas have been crafted to encourage discourse, and will be provided prior to the forum.

    Similar to a town hall, this open discussion will be lightly moderated by an Our Children Our Future volunteer and is open to candidates running for local, county and state offices. We encourage your participation and hope that this forum will help you connect with voters.

    We are requesting an RSVP by Tuesday. To RSVP please email me at

    Very best regards,

    Brandon Dennison


    Coalfield Development
  • commented 2016-10-21 15:59:19 -0400
    Dear Mr Lovejoy, I received your post card today in the mail. My family and I appreciate you taking the time to reach out to us. You can rest assured that my wife and I will definitely be supporting you on election day. I look forward to having your representation in Charleston this coming session. I am glad that Dale Stephens provided you my address so that you could reach out. We also share many mutual brothers as I am a member of Crescent 32. Good luck on November 8th and again thank you for your post card.
  • commented 2016-09-06 09:21:50 -0400
    i love chad lovejoy…