Election 2020: Coronavirus Pandemic, Health Care Take The Stage In Attorney General's Race


On this West Virginia Morning, our election coverage continues with an exploration of the state’s Attorney General race. Also, in this show, we hear from West Virginia’s higher education systems Chancellor Sarah Armstrong Tucker who speaks to workforce challenges in the state.

The attorney general’s office in West Virginia boils down to two main responsibilities – offering legal help to state agencies, and litigating on behalf of the state’s residents. As Emily Allen reports, both candidates for the 2020 general election are campaigning on issues related to the coronavirus pandemic.

In the latest episode of Us & Them, host Trey Kay speaks at length with the chancellor of higher education systems across West Virginia, Sarah Armstrong Tucker. They discuss the challenges the state faces with workforce development, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s an excerpt.

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