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Doing the Local Work with Rosemary Ketchum

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We're delighted to welcome Rosemary Ketchum back to Pantsuit Politics. Rosemary joined us in June 2020 when she became the first out transgender public servant in West Virginia's history. Since then, Rosemary has done awesome work in her community and we wanted to invite her back for an update as part of an upcoming Pride Month series we're working on.


When we reached out, we discovered Rosemary is running in an election happening TODAY in hopes of being elected as Wheeling's next mayor. We couldn't let her election day go by without sharing this energizing and encouraging conversation with you. As you'll hear, Rosemary is so smart and charismatic. We're wishing her the absolute best in her election today.


If you're in Wheeling, make sure you get out and cast your vote for Rosemary today!


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