(Photo by Sarah Richardson)
State Party Chairwoman Melody Potter (center) cuts the ribbon in front of the new Republican campaign headquarters surrounded by local Republican candidates.The Greenbrier County Republican Club and Greenbrier County Executive Committee held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new party headquarters in downtown Lewisburg on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The new office is located in the American Legion building across from City National Bank. Many party members were in attendance, and candidates had the opportunity to say a few words following the ribbon cutting.

Those in attendance included State Party Chairwoman Melody Potter, Denise Morrisey (wife of Attorney General Patrick Morrisey), George “Boogie” Ambler, Denny Canterbury, and Steve Malcomb. Patrick Morrisey is running for U.S. Senate, Carol Miller is running for the U.S. House, George Ambler is running for the Senate representing the 10th District, and Denny Canterbury and Steve Malcomb are running for the House to represent the 42nd District.

Also attending were Greenbrier County Commissioners Lowell Rose and Mike McClung, welcoming their fellow commissioner and newest member of…

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