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Paula Jean Swearengin
West Virginia Dem. Nominee for U.S. Senate, Mountain Mama, and Coal Miner’s Daughter fighting against the corrupt political machine.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 25
Years ago I buried my soulmate to addiction. It light a fire in me that I can't put out.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 25
For as long as I have been alive, I have never spent a Thanksgiving alone. My family & I choose each other over a turkey dinner. Be smart!
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 24
It's not love to side with special interest groups and not siding with the people you are supposed to represent. 🙂
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 24
. has said many times he is a WV Democrat! What does that even mean when he is an Alumni member of ALEC? WV is the heart of labor! He needs to pick a side. Does he side with with the people of WV or corporations?
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 24
Replying to @YangGang4Warren
If you lived in WV you wouldn't.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 24
Replying to @YangGang4Warren
Yes. 2020.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 24
Replying to @YangGang4Warren
Unity.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 24
Hey, West Virginia?! Can we start loving each other like we love pepperoni rolls and football!?
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 23
Replying to @ThomasLinkoff
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 22
My mother is a poor hard working woman. She had to push her bladder back up into her vagina as she mowed lawns & cleaned houses. Minimum wage jobs aren't enough to pay for Medicare deductibles to pay bladder prolapse surgeries. That’s what’s wrong. This is why I fight.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 22
Replying to @melinda_wvu
Someone on our texting team said something powerful the other day. She said, "We might win or we might lose. I will be back because I will continue to fight."
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 22
Replying to @LittleBirdSteph
Our campaign had a lot of experience & we had a very talented team. I think there were a lot of things that happened for things to turn out like they did. There are things we can improve as well as the movement here in WV. Well all are having conversations for future candidates.
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 22
Our movement has suffered some losses & we claimed some victories! We gained even more power to hold our representatives accountable. Our movement continues! Just as long as people are suffering we will continue to fight! I will continue to fight! We are not done!
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 22
This is unacceptable! Voters have put faith in you to DO YOUR JOB! Every vacation you take without passing a relief package means more lives lost!
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 21
Replying to @bestbeehave @WeinerZen
Absolutely not! Hence this post. 🙂
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 20
Appalachia is the heart of unions. Real union members don't side with scabs. We fight for morals and workers rights like our ancestors did! Blood was shed in Appalachia for workers rights and I side with the blood of my ancestors!
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 20
Times are hard! Have we checked on each other? Have we offered genuine support? Have we organized next steps? Now more than ever we need to come together! There is no battle between us bigger than the battle we are facing!
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 20
I want to take a minute and thank you all for your hard work and support! It has meant the world to us at . We have been working hard to close out the 2020 campaign and talk about next steps. Stay tuned!
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Paula Jean Swearengin retweeted
Cori Bush Nov 18
It’s surreal taking a picture knowing that it’ll end up in a history book. I want girls who look like me to see me and think, “If she can do it, I can do it.”
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Paula Jean Swearengin Nov 14
Replying to @JustJuliaMick
It's sad you would even suggest my family's loss should be used for you to exploit.
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