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Team Lissa
PO Box 283
Cairo, WV 26337

Who is buying elections in Ritchie and Pleasants Counties in West Virginia ? 


  • Harshbarger average donation (2016): $491
  • Lucas average donation (2018) as of 10-29-17: $31

Click here to see a list of lobbyists trying to buy this district for my opponent. It’s a list not only showing who they are, but also what rights they want to take away from regular people. That’s why my opponent’s average donation for the 2016 cycle was almost $500, and about 40% of his contributions came from Big Energy interests.

Think about it, why else would my opponent co-sponsor a bill that would have allowed gas and oil workers the “Right to Trespass” on your property without your permission? That’s who you’d expect him to be fighting for: for the companies trying to buy his re-election and his votes on property rights and property values protections.

By contrast, the average donation to my campaign has been hovering around $30. ALL donations to Team Lissa have come from individuals, not corporate PACs or SuperPACs.

Who do you think I’ll be fighting for? Whose rights do you think I’ll be trying to protect?

I’m funded by YOU, so I’ll stand for YOU—and I’ll stand for YOUR PROPERTY RIGHTS.