August 16, 2018


Harpers Ferry, WV - A recent poll released by the Associated Builders and Contractors of West Virginia (ABCWV) shows Delegate Riley Moore with a commanding twelve-point lead (50% - 38%) over his opponent John Doyle when respondents were surveyed about the upcoming November election.  Follow link here.                                             

The ABCWV released poll surveyed 401 registered voters in the area.  Additional results from the poll found respondents favored the repeal of the prevailing wage (64% - 34%) and, 54% respondents agreed with the passage of Right to Work by the West Virginia Legislature.  Results also showed that President Donald Trump has a narrow margin of approval (49% - 48%).

Speaking to the results of the poll, Delegate Moore stated: “We certainly like to see numbers like these in my district and I think it is a testament to the fact that I fight for Jefferson County and have a proven track record of delivering for the district – a great example of that was saving the MARC train service earlier this year.  That said, we take nothing for granted and will continue to campaign hard and talk to constituents right up to the election.”

In addition to these strong poll results, recent fundraising reports filed in June by Moore and Doyle show Delegate Moore with a nearly eight to one fundraising advantage over his opponent, with Doyle only raising $6,950 and Moore raising $53,903.  Additionally, Delegate Moore holds a nearly $42,000 cash-on-hand advantage.  

The Associated Builders and Contractors is a national construction industry trade association representing nearly 21,000 chapter members. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 70 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically, profitably and for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work.


Paid for by Moore for West Virginia Treasurer, Arch A. Moore III

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