W.Va. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey campaigns in the Eastern Panhandle before election day

Election West Virginia
Attorney General of West Virginia Patrick Morrisey did some last minute campaigning Monday night in the Eastern Panhandle.
 
Morrisey told his supporters at the GOP headquarters in Martinsburg that he was a better choice for Senate compared to his opponent Sen. Joe Manchin. Morrisey says he is a conservative fighter who is going to advance the Trump agenda to better the state of West Virginia. Morrisey also says he has a good track record of getting things done and wants to bring that to the Senate. 
 
“People here know, they know me. I get things done. I’ve been the conservative fighter. I took on Barack Obama, beat him again, again and again. We fought the substance abuse epidemic more aggressively than Sen. Manchin could possibly imagine,” said Morrisey.
 
And at the rally there were people there calling voters from all across West Virginia to spread Morrisey’s campaign message.
 
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