Justice, Mooney, Morrisey and Moore
Jim Justice endorses Trump
I guess he wanted to get it in before the next indictment came down:
The leadership and success exhibited by President Trump could not be more different than what we see today under Joe Biden. I support President Trump and firmly believe he will be our nominee and be re-elected as our next President. . . .
Is it time to stick a fork in Alex Mooney?
Okay, Donald Trump still faces additional indictments, but that doesn’t appear to matter in West Virginia; for the most part, the WV Trump Party still hangs on his every word. And while the former president has not yet endorsed anyone in the WV Republican senatorial primary, rumors appear to . . .
Proving his bipartisanship and considering a run for President
#ICYMI: This week, the Senate Appropriations Committee advanced three bipartisan bills, and I'm proud to announce I secured many #WV priorities. I’m committed to bringing back regular order, doing our job, and passing funding bills on time to deliver these crucial resources to WV pic.twitter.com/3N2t8vGMNO— Senator Joe . . .
If you think that Riley Moore is just another mainstream Republican from the Arch Moore clan, it may be time to do some rethinking
Judging candidates by the antisemitic, conspiratorial, fact-challenged friends they keep
From reporter, Eric Hananoki, yesterday, at Media Matters:
McCarthy-backed House candidate is getting help from an antisemitic podcaster who wants political leaders assassinated
Hananoki article is about Republican WV District 2 congressional candidate, Riley Moore:
U.S. House candidate Riley Moore, . . .
A look at the just-released 2023 CNBC “Top State’s for Business” survey
Every summer, CNBC examines each state’s business climate using various categories in order to create a ranking for the business climate of all fifty states. As they explain:
Each category is weighted based on how frequently states use them as a selling point in economic development marketing materials. That way, our study ranks . . .
WV Republican polling
From the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce poll:
WV POLL: @WVaChamber (n=651)— . . .
Jim Justice — 56%
Alex Mooney — 19%
Undecided — 16%
Patrick Morrissey — 31%
Moore Capito — 30%
Mac Warner — 9%
Chris Miller — 4%
JB McCuskey — 2%
Undecided — 17%
Mike Stuart — 20%
Ryan Weld — 14%
Undecided — 50% pic.twitter.com/nxovDiDot6
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Today’s editorial, “Budget Battle Underway,"tells its West Virginia readers about the ongoing fight over the Ohio budget. (Of course, there was no attempt to make this relevant for WV readers.) Upon closer examination, the editorial appears to be a shortened version of one published in the Marietta Times on June 9. It begins:
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