September 13, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Harpers Ferry, WV – The Moore for West Virginia campaign is pleased to receive the endorsement of the Associated Builders and Contractors of West Virginia (ABCWV) in the Nov. 8 general election.
“We are more than confident that a continuance of these types of pro-growth measures, coupled with strong vision from individuals such as [Riley Moore], will make the Mountain State a true economic success story,” said ABCWV President Bryan Hoylman.
The construction industry employs thousands of hard-working men and women in West Virginia. The ABCWV cites promotion of open competition and pro-growth measures, which have helped retain and create good paying jobs, as a critical component in its decision to endorse candidate Moore for House of Delegates, District 67.
“Builders, contractors and those in the construction industry are some of the hardest working people in all of West Virginia — with their support we can modernize our state and become business friendly, creating jobs and opportunity for everyone,” Moore said.
For five consecutive years, skilled craft positions have remained “the toughest jobs to fill” in America per Forbes Magazine. On average, skilled craft professionals such as builders and contractors make $6,000 more per year than a recent college graduate.
"The policies I advocate for will grow our economy, create jobs that pay well and ensure our workers are protected so they can prosper and expand their work all across the Wild and Wonderful,” concluded Moore.
For a full list of Moore for West Virginia campaign endorsements, see: http://www.mooreforwv.com/endorsements