First on Fox: West Virginia Attorney General Morrisey announces GOP run for governor

The mystery surrounding which office West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will seek in 2024 is over.

Morrisey, a Republican who’s in his third term as the state’s top prosecutor, on Tuesday will announce a run for governor at a campaign event in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, Fox News has learned.

“Today, I come before you with a clear purpose, and a conservative record that’s second to none. I am seeking the Republican nomination for governor of West Virginia,” Morrisey will say, according to excerpts of his prepared speech obtained by Fox News Digital.

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