Kirkendoll, the Logan County Commission president, said this morning that he believes Clinton, who is visiting Logan today, will have no trouble winning the primary election in Logan County.
"It will be an overwhelming victory for Hillary Clinton," Kirkendoll said in an exclusive interview with The Logan Banner. "This is history."
Kirkendoll said he believes Logan County will give Clinton a warm welcome when she stops today at Logan Middle School for a 3 p.m. campaign stop entitled "Solutions for America."
"I think they appreciate her visit," Kirkendoll said. "I had a lady call me last night who has been really sick and who is in a wheelchair and she said she is coming.
"You want people to see your county and this gives the county total exposure. I'm proud of these people around here and I want people to know who they are."
Kirkendoll said he expects today's campaign stop to be a packed house.
"I'm going to walk over (from the Logan County Courthouse) because they're going to need every parking space," Kirkendoll said. "It'll be a good day."
Hillary Clinton has spent the last several days in West Virginia campaigning. She was joined by daughter, Chelsea, in Eleanor, yesterday, and husband, Bill, campaigned throughout the state, including in Madison and Williamson, on Friday.
In Williamson, Pres. Clinton spoke to a packed Williamson Fire Station about why his wife should be the next president of the United States of America.
Reports circulated at that event that Pres. Clinton would join his wife in Logan.
As of press time, it was not known if Pres. Clinton would attend the campaign event.