FIGHTING FOR OUR FAMILIES, COMMUNITIES & CONSERVATIVE ISSUES THAT MATTER TO WEST VIRGINIANS.
I love this state and I love our people. I was born and raised in West Virginia, educated in West Virginia, raised my children in West Virginia and started my business in West Virginia. I've succeeded, and I've failed in West Virginia. But now I'm ready to give back everything I have for the state I love.
The reasons I'm running are simple. We need real leadership to turn our state around. The status quo in Charleston must change. I will follow President Trump's lead to improve our economy and fight government corruption.
The reality is our state is hurting, and it has been for far too long. We're last in too much, and we're losing population at an alarming rate. It has to stop.
We need our roads fixed. We need broadband. We need school choice. We need more and better jobs. And, most importantly, we need a full-time governor.
We also must work harder to value all life - whether that is protecting the unborn or fighting the drug epidemic that has ravaged our state. I'm a pro-life conservative who believes in the Second Amendment and I shall always protect West Virginia’s values.
West Virginians can have the American dream - doing better than the previous generation and helping our kids so they can do better than we did. This is the West Virginia I see. This is the West Virginia I want. This is the West Virginia I will fight for.
A pathway to keeping the next generation home.
I’ll never waiver on protecting our Constitutional rights.
On day one, I’ll get to work for long-term road repairs.
We can’t fix our economic problems without addressing our education problems.
West Virginians must have better access to affordable health care.
I will fight to ensure the coal industry stays strong for future generations.
We must fight to protect those who cannot protect themselves.
We must have hope, but we also need a tangible plan to act now.
I released my comprehensive Drug Crisis Action Plan in mid-October because our state has deeply suffered from the drug crisis long enough.
Every county and community matters.
Remove bureaucracies so Mountaineers truly are always free and prosperous.
It’s time to move into the 21st century and solve the problems with access to real broadband for all West Virginians.
A strong nation must have secure borders and demand the rules be followed for those who wish to become new citizens.