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Yes or no—just let your constituents know.

That’s the message and request about 40 to 50 protesting citizens publicly delivered to Jefferson County Commissioner Tricia Jackson. 

Last Thursday evening, just before a county commission meeting, a group of nearly all white protestors gathered on the sidewalk outside the commission’s public meeting room in the Charles Town Library to chant rebukes and waive homemade poster signs with slogans against hate, racism and Jackson’s silence about those matters. 

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