West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, a Republican candidate for governor in 2024, stopped by The Inter-Mountain offices this week during a campaign swing through Randolph County.
“We did a campaign stop at the Lunch Box,” Morrisey said. “We met with about 20 people, and then I probably met another 25 or 30 people who were coming in for breakfast. It was hopping! It was a lot of fun. It actually reminds me of when I first ran for attorney general.
“I’ve been the attorney general for the past 10 and a half years,” he said. “We’ve done so many good things for our state, protecting our jobs and our values. Now, I’m looking forward to this campaign for governor, because West Virginia deserves a proven conservative with a record of moving the needle on big challenges facing the state. I’m the only candidate in this race for governor who not only can say that, but has the record to back it up.”