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 Secretary Warner, State Leaders Recognize Morgan County Students as Honorary Secretaries of State

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Secretary of State Mac Warner is proud to announce that students Berkeley Springs High School have been selected as Honorary Secretaries of State for their efforts to register their classmates to vote.
Berkeley Springs High School students Angelo Cocchiaro, Catherine Myers, Chloe Didawick, Kaylee Schlaefli, and Spirit Kolb were selected for this prestigious program.
The Honorary Secretary of State Program recognizes high school students who are active in the voter registration process. These students have registered eligible 17 and 18-year-old high school seniors to vote. 
These honorees are part of a group of 49 students across West Virginia who have helped organize more than 100 voter registration drives in their schools and communities. These efforts have helped register 13,688 eligible high school seniors in 2017. 
Secretary Warner introduced Cocchiaro, Myers, Schlaefli, and Kolb and congratulated them and their high school Monday morning in a ceremony held in the Secretary of State's Office in the State Capitol.
Angelo Cocchiaro of Berkeley Springs is the son of Eric and Sheila Cocchiaro. Catherine Myers of Berkeley Springs is the daughter of Joan Myers and Dick Myers. Chloe Didawick of Berkeley Springs is the daughter of Mike Didawick and Cindy Cobb. Kaylee Schlaefli of Hedgesville is the daughter Albert Schlaefli and Patricia Schlaefli. Spirit Kolb of Hedgesville is the son of Tyra Kolb.

Pictured (From left to Right): House Majority Leader Darrell Cowles (R-Morgan), Kaylee Schlaefli, Angelo Cocchiaro, Spirit Kolb, Catherine Myers, Secretary of State Mac Warner, and WVSOS Field Rep. Darrell Shull.


Steven Allen Adams - Assistant Communications Director