FOUNTAIN - Confused by the multitude of campaign signs erected in peoples' yards and along roadsides in Mineral County?
Not sure who deserves your vote in the May 10, 2016, primary election?
The Fountain Ruritan Club is planning to help voters choose their candidates when they host a “Meet the Candidates” Night on Monday, April 25, 2016, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Fountain Ruritan Club Building, located off Headsville Road in Fountain.

For the News Tribune
FOUNTAIN - Confused by the multitude of campaign signs erected in peoples’ yards and along roadsides in Mineral County?
Not sure who deserves your vote in the May 10, 2016, primary election?  
The Fountain Ruritan Club is planning to help voters choose their candidates when they host a “Meet the Candidates” Night on Monday, April 25, 2016, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Fountain Ruritan Club Building, located off Headsville Road in Fountain.
All candidates for the primary election in Mineral County are invited to bring any campaign paraphernalia to distribute to voters, to answer voters’ questions, and to convince voters they are the most qualified candidates.  
The state law allowing for nonpartisan judicial elections officially took effect in June 2015.  For the first time, West Virginia voters will choose their judges by divisions for Circuit Court, Magistrate Court, and Family Court during the upcoming primary election without any indications of political party affiliations on the ballots.
The Fountain Ruritan Club does not endorse any candidate in any election. This “Meet the Candidates Night” is held only to allow Mineral County residents to meet and question those candidates whose signs are seen in all areas of the county.
Questions may be directed to Eunice Aldridge at 304-788-5281.