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Officials discuss Rockefeller's decision

January 12, 2013

A sampling of the reaction Friday to the announcement that Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., will not run for re-election in 2014. * State Treasurer John D. Perdue: “With the announcement that U.S. Se....

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Suttle

Jan-12-13 10:56 PM

If Republicans are going to win Rockefeller's senatorial seat they had better get their own house in order. Continuing to harp about President Obama is not going to help their cause. President Obama won the election - big time. Republicans need to be talking about their vision for the future of West Virginia and what programs/policies that they can bring to the table that will make West Virginia a better place to live, work and raise children. Personally I have not seen much from Rep. Capito that supports the middle class or the average West Virginian. I suspect she may only be interested in Wall Street. How many jobs has she created for West Virginia...does anyone know?

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denver

Jan-12-13 7:00 AM

Coal miners, union members, and common people alike, will miss Senator Rockefeller, that's for sure.

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