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Monday, June 06, 2011

Latter-day Saint Elected to West Virginia State Legislature

(First Posted on November 3rd, 2010)

FALLING WATERS, WV - Larry D. Kump, a High Priest in the Hedgesville, West Virginia Ward and Martinsburg, West Virginia Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) has been elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates for District #52 (Portions of Berkeley and Morgan Counties in the West Virginia Eastern Panhandle - about 70 miles West of Washington, D.C. )

The sixty-two year old LDS convert said, "Although I have served as a public administrator and legislative relations specialist for thirty-eight years in various parts of the United States, my biggest regret has been not being able to serve a full-time Church Mission. Now, with my election to the West Virginia State Legislature, I now have an opportunity to fulfill a two year 'public service' mission. "

The West Virginia State Legislature meets in the State Capitol in Charleston, which is in the extreme Southwest end of West Virginia. Five other state capitols (Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey) are closer to Kump's West Virginia election district than the West Virginia capitol.

Visit http://www.larrykump.us/ and the "Martinsburg, WV Journal Reports on Kump Victory" entry and link for additional details.

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