Representative Shelley Moore Capito talks politics, the war on coal and her upcoming Senate campaign.
She's campaigning for a seat in the U.S. Senate. On Monday, she spoke with the rotary about coal, healthcare and the economy.
She says the Rotary is a great cross-section of the business and non-profit sectors, helping to achieve more community involvement.
Also, with school starting, education funding is on the minds of many.
"In this day and age technology available to us. In the classroom it could be very useful but theres nothing as solid as a great teacher in any classroom. And so I want to encourage teachers and students to you know reach for the stars. I'd like to encourage students to go into science, technology, energy and math because we have a shortage in this country," says Representative Capito
We sat down with her for a one-on-one interview and you can see that Tuesday night on WTAP News at 5 and on thenewscenter.tv