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 West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office Announces New Field Service Representative Initiative


CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner is pleased to announce the six individuals who will be serving the State as Field Representatives.

These Field Representatives will serve as mobile Secretary of State offices, providing instant communication between citizens/businesses and the Office as needed. They will assist new businesses with registration and licensing issues, work with county clerks to improve elections, and outreach to the public assisting with registration, election questions, and associated issues.

“We’re listening to you, the citizens and business owners of West Virginia,” Secretary Warner said. “Our Field Service Representative initiative is one way we’re responding to the needs of our customers. They will be traveling our state listening to your concerns, seeking ways to make things easier for job creators and entrepreneurs, serving our county clerks as local elections managers. The motto of our Field Representatives is to ‘move at the speed of business.”

From left to right: Lee Dean, Dave Gilpin, Dot Underwood, Secretary of State Mac Warner, Terry
Waxman, Penny Brick, and Jason Crowder.

The Field Service Representatives are:

• Penny Brick of Morgantown, serving Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Monongalia, Marion, Taylor, and Preston counties.
• Dot Underwood of Clarksburg, serving Harrison, Doddridge, Gilmer, Braxton, Tyler, Pleasants, Ritchie, Wood and Wirt counties.
• Terry Waxman of Bridgeport, serving Lewis, Barbour, Upshur, Randolph, and Tucker counties. Waxman also manages the Secretary of State Fairmont field office.
• David Gilpin of Hurricane, serving Kanawha, Putnam, Mason, Jackson, Roane, Calhoun, and Clay counties.
• Lee Dean of Huntington, serving Cabell, Wayne, Lincoln, Boone, Logan, Mingo, Wyoming and McDowell counties.
• Jason Crowder of Bluefield, serving Mercer, Raleigh, Summers, Monroe, Fayette, Greenbrier, Nicholas, Webster and Pocahontas counties.

Interviews are underway by the Secretary of State’s Office to fill the region encompassing the Eastern Panhandle by April.


Steven Allen Adams - Press Secretary