Every West Virginian should have the opportunity to succeed – especially if they are willing to work for it.
That’s why the Mountain State needs leaders who focus on the real issues at hand: affordable health care for every West Virginian, an end to the drug epidemic and a comprehensive effort to create opportunity for every West Virginian.
The politics of division, currently employed by corporations and partisan politicians, are holding West Virginia back. Division doesn’t create jobs, or stop overdoses, or keep people healthy. Determination to deliver results does.
West Virginia needs leaders – and a government – that will work beyond party politics and focus on the people, where we can find common ground and deliver results for every West Virginian.
It’s time for a new generation of West Virginians – on both sides of the aisle – to step up, take the baton and lead our state toward a day where every West Virginian can succeed.