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My dad was a great athlete. He started golf at a late age. He started me off real young and all of a sudden both of us got to where we were pretty good players. I was this 12-year-old thinking he was going to be the next Tiger Woods and all of a sudden, before you know it, I’m playing in the State Amateur.
If President Trump and his administration succeed, West Virginia will succeed.
Agriculture is a sleeping giant. We have so many opportunities for commercial feedlots on reclaimed mine sites, possibilities for taking advantage of our waters, and the chance to solve our forestry issues – it’s all right at our fingertips.
One of the main goals of the Roads to Prosperity program is to bring jobs to West Virginia and spark economic growth.
Our state supports personal freedom and we value the second amendment and the rights of the unborn.
We’ll never, ever stop being 50th in anything as long as we continue to shortchange the future of our state – our young people.
We want to preserve and aggressively grow our arts in West Virginia while at the same time making our education department, and government, more efficient and responsive.
Since taking the oath of office as our state’s 36th Governor, I’ve met so many dedicated state workers that take great pride in being hard-working public servants.
We need to keep our kids and teachers in the classroom.
We need to get everyone into the outdoors, young and old, to enjoy and experience the unmatched beauty of our state’s streams and lakes while participating in an activity, fishing, that’s just plain out fun.
The programs on Public Broadcasting help promote our state to the world and educate our people.
West Virginians should be protected against preexisting conditions.
Slashing budgets for our K-12 schools, our higher education institutions and our neediest residents simply isn’t the answer.
WVSOM graduates more physicians annually than both West Virginia University and Marshall University and more than half of the primary care physicians practicing in West Virginia are graduates of the Osteopathic School.
Excessive amounts of overtime are not conducive to safe working practices and environments.
The last thing we need to do is drive more people out of West Virginia.
We face many health care challenges and having a healthy West Virginia is critical to building a world-class workforce.
I’m a people person.
Keeping our Eastern coalfields and our miners working is critical to national security.
Protecting our wild and wonderful landscape is good for nature, good for tourism and good for West Virginia’s economy and quality of life.
We are committed to making construction zones as safe as we possibly can for motorists and those working on the job.
I think education should be our centerpiece.