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Shady Spring High School student files to run for House of Delegates


The Register-Herald

Shady Spring High School student Zachary Meador has filed to run in the May primary election’s GOP nomination for the 31st District seat.
(Register-Herald photo by Brad Davis)

BECKLEY, W.Va. — Zachary Meador is a young man of many attributes — a Kiwanis and Key Club member, member of the American Legion and National Honor Society, a firefighter for the Beaver Volunteer Fire Department, and, now, a candidate for the House of Delegates in the 29th district.

Meador, a member of the Republican Party, is a 17-year-old student at Shady Spring High School. He will turn 18 in April, and said his decision to run was nothing shy of just having an intense love and passion for his community.

“I truly care about Raleigh County and what happens to it because I plan to live here my entire life,” Meador said.

Being community-oriented all his life is one quality Meador believes will help him win the May primary election’s GOP nomination for the 31st District seat against Brandon Steele.

He said giving back to the community is what he does best, and he wants the chance to give back in a political stance as well.

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