T-Anne See

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T-Anne See
Candidate for
West Virginia House of Delegates, District 16

Political party Republican
Website Campaign website
Tomma 'T-Anne' See was a Republican candidate for District 16, West Virginia House of Delegates in the November 2, 2010 state legislative election.

See is the Single Adult Director/counselor at New Life Church in Barboursville.[1]



See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010

See was defeated for one of three positions in District 16 on the ballot in the November 2, 2010 general election. Only the top three vote-getters were elected. [2][3]

West Virginia State Senate, District 16 Republican Primary (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Kelli Sobonya (R) 2,213 22.89%
Green check mark transparent.png Tomma Anne See (R) 1,222 12.64%

Campaign themes

See lists the main themes of her campaign on her website:

  • "Bringing jobs and keeping jobs in West Virginia."
  • "Smaller government and term limits."
  • "Drug Abuse issues (prevention and education)."
  • "Protecting parental rights ... Click here for more info."
  • "Promote West Virginia's natural resources."
  • "Preserving traditional family values/Marriage between man and woman."
  • "Upholding the partial-birth abortion ban and will support the sanctity of life by means of any legislation to do so."
  • "Fair Tax /Tax Relief/Eliminate Food Tax."
  • "Improving West Virginia's VA hospitals and services."
  • "Free enterprise/ Encourage individual entrepreneurship."
  • "Support faith-based and similar programs to promote volunteerism to help people in need in the community and thus reduce the reliance on social programs."
  • "Promote personal responsibility and work ethic - we have been a 'welfare state' way too long."
  • "Local control of school systems."
  • "Preserving the arts in schools, and getting back to basics: reading, writing, math, etc."
  • "Protecting the rights of home schoolers and private schools."
  • "Promote higher education and expanding community colleges and other forms of education in the state."
  • "Providing and improving infrastructure in rural counties.

Last but not least:

  • "Preserve the right to bear arms"[4]

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