HARPERS FERRY, WV – Riley Moore, State Treasurer and candidate for Congress in West Virginia's 2nd District, today blasted the lawsuit filed by a Texas resident attempting to remove President Trump from the ballot in West Virginia (Case No. 2:23-cv-00598).
“The attempt by out-of-state liberals to remove President Trump from the ballot in West Virginia is not only pathetic, it is an insult to hard-working West Virginians. We have the right to decide who we will support next November. And it's obvious we are going to once again support President Trump in overwhelming numbers. That's precisely why these extremists, terrified of another Trump presidency, will lie, cheat, and steal to prevent it from becoming a reality. I'm proud to support President Trump and I'm confident this case will be thrown out like the trash that it is. But above all, I am sick and tired of people from elsewhere treating West Virginians like we're guinea pigs. This act of constitutional vandalism doesn't belong anywhere. But it certainly has no place here,” said Treasurer Moore.
Riley Moore is running for the Republican nomination in West Virginia's 2nd Congressional District, which encompasses 27 counties in the northern half of the state. You can learn more about Riley Moore's campaign for U.S. Congress at MooreForWV.com.