Posted January 17, 2018: The Independent Herald, Desiree Short
"Cameron Cook and Breonna Stevens from Wyoming East High School and Brooke Gallion from Westside High School were among 49 students from 27 high schools across the state who were named to the program by Secretary of State Mac Warner during a press conference at the West Virginia Cultural Center on Jan. 8."
Posted January 18, 2018: HuntingtonNews.Net, WV SOS Press Release
“These students have shown a commitment to our form of government by encouraging their peers and classmates to register to vote,” Secretary Warner said. “Working with their teachers and administrators, our county clerks, and civic engagement organizations like Inspire West Virginia, these students ensure that our youngest voters will have a voice in our electoral process.”
Posted December 20, 2017: TRIBLive, Jamie Martinez
Purchase Line is the second school in the state to receive the Governor's Civic Engagement Award,which was founded this year as a cooperative effort by the Pennsylvania Departments of State and Education, along with the nonprofit Inspire U.S.
Posted December 20, 2017: Blue Virginia
Fairfax County's 30 high schools are eligible to compete. Read the article here.
Posted December 8: Press Release by the WV SOS
Inspire West Virginia is mentioned in this press release as an organization that works closely with the high schools and Secretary of States office. Read the full article here.
Posted June 19, 2017: Tamara Lytle, Arlingtonmagazine.com
Julia Phaltankar helped to get 85 percent of her class registered to vote. Read more about this extraordinary teen.
Published October 16, 2017: Lynn Bartels on SOS.state.co.usRead more
Aired March 3, 2017: Gary Bowden Show, WAJR News Network
Inspire West Virginia Leader Bethany Winters, who was recently a Honorary Secretary of State, talks about Inspire and why it's important for the youth vote and be engaged in their community. Listen here.