West Virginia Conservative Needs Your Help – Bill Maloney for West Virginia GovernorNOTE: You can now leave messages on these stories by clicking the voicemail button at bottom of page. It might get played one of the weekly radio shows.
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Bill Maloney for West Virginia Governor
Republican nominee for Governor of West Virginia. Campaign account, posts by staff. BM Bill. Also on Twitter @maloneyforwv. Bill Maloney is not a career politician. He’s fighting to bring honest leadership to Charleston. Bill will bring the same hard work and teamwork that saved those trapped Chilean miners to the governor’s office.
Bill hopes to earn your support and your vote. Bill founded a business in Morgantown in 1984. They started as a two-man shop and grew to 150 employees. Bill has invested in companies that have created hundreds of jobs right here in West Virginia.
From Mr Maloney:
I am seeking the office of governor because West Virginia needs new leadership – leadership that understands how to create jobs, keep jobs, and build better opportunities for our citizens. I have dedicated my career to building and leading successful businesses. I want to bring that experience to the state Capitol.
Through hands-on work in my own companies, through my investments in other entrepreneurial businesses, and through charitable activities, I have helped hundreds of West Virginians earn a living, provide for their families, and build stronger communities. It is these first-hand experiences that we need right now to put our state back on a path to growth.
My experience in Chile, helping to rescue 33 trapped miners, inspired me to do more for West Virginia. When I heard about the accident in Chile, I didn’t know what was going to happen, but I knew I had to help. In Chile, I saw how people could come together to make a difference. I want to take that same spirit of community and commitment and put it into action in West Virginia.
Support Mr Maloney by contributing on http://www.maloneyforwv.com/