September 23, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Harpers Ferry, WV – The Moore for West Virginia campaign has been awarded another endorsement from a group of employers and workers in our great state. The West Virginia Business and Industry Council (BIC) has endorsed Riley Moore for District 67 in the House of Delegates.
BIC is comprised of more than 60 trade associations and businesses in West Virginia, and represents more than 395,000 employees. BIC works to improve the state’s business climate for a bright West Virginia future.
“Having nearly four hundred thousand workers and dozens of businesses endorse my campaign speaks to my absolute priority – jobs and opportunity,” candidate Riley Moore said. “I am the only candidate in this race consistently endorsed by employers and groups of workers alike, and if elected, I have specific proposals to put the Wild and Wonderful back to work.”
The chief concerns of the West Virginia Business and Industry Council include: job development, infrastructure improvement and fiscal responsibility.
Speaking on Riley Moore’s endorsement, BIC Chairman Chris Hamilton said, “our members believe you are a champion of ideas to improve the state’s economy…we hope your constituents will elect you in November to represent the best interests of West Virginians.”
For a full list of Moore for West Virginia campaign endorsements, see: http://www.mooreforwv.com/endorsements