CHARLESTON, West Virginia — U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin plans to visit three counties to discuss issues and hear West Virginians' concerns.
On Thursday, the West Virginia Democrat will travel to Institute in Kanawha County to discuss foreign policy issues with West Virginia State University political science students.
Manchin will head to Clay County on Friday. He plans to tour the Clay Health Care Center in Ivy Dale and hold a town hall meeting in Clay with residents.
The tour wraps up Monday with a stop in Jefferson County. Manchin is scheduled to deliver remarks during the Jefferson County Development Authority's dedication of the new U.S. Coast Guard Operations System Center in Kearneysville.
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