ELLENBORO, W.Va. (WBOY) — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey visited Ritchie County Tuesday for a public discussion with the community.
Morrisey shared all that is currently being worked on with preventing federal overreach, saving energy jobs in West Virginia, and discussed the opioid deal.
These town hall meetings allow local communities to speak and be heard.
“Over the years, I’ve found that going out and hearing what people think makes you a better public office holder, because one person doesn’t have all the knowledge, you listen, you learn, and you can apply some of the information you got.” some of these events to help the state a little bit more,” Morrisey said.
Morrisey said these councils are important in learning about the issues these regions are having and he looks forward to collaborating to better serve the area.
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Morrisey is running for Democrat Joe Manchin’s seat in the United States Senate.