West Virginia is hosting Secretaries of State from across the country this week. The annual meeting for the National Association of Secretaries of State gets fully underway Monday morning at Glade Springs Resort in Raleigh County.
“It’s easy to be a great host in West Virginia,” Secretary of State Natalie Tennant said.
Those attending will be discussing 2012 election issues, business identity theft, the future of voting systems and new possible state laws for voting. They’ll learn about social media and business identity theft.
On Wednesday, new NASS President Beth Chapman will officially take over that role.
Many of those who have served as Secretary of State in West Virginia in the past will be part of the events for the conference which is now in its 94th year. It runs through Wednesday.