West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner has announced that Jason Crowder has joined his staff as field service representative for Raleigh, Fayette, Mercer, Nicholas, Summers, Monroe, Greenbrier, Webster and Pocahontas counties.
“Jason Crowder is one of a group of dedicated individuals who are helping us launch our new field service representative initiative,” Warner said. “Our field service representatives will assist new businesses with registration and licensing, work side-by-side with county clerks to improve our office’s assistance, reach out to voters and candidates, assisting with registration, election questions, and associated issues.”
Crowder has more than a decade of experience with elections, having worked as a coordinator, director, and manager for several political campaigns.
During his travels across southern West Virginia, Crowder established contacts and relationships that will help the secretary of state’s office.
“Our field representatives will serve as mobile Secretary of State offices, providing instant communication between citizens, businesses, and our office as needed,” Warner said. “I can think of no one better than Jason Crowder to represent this office in the southeastern part of West Virginia.”