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WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey: Republican hopes to effect change if elected

By CHARLES YOUNG

NCWV Media

West Virginia’s Republican Attorney General Patirck Morrisey hopes to unseat long-serving Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin Nov. 6 when the two square off during the midterm election.
(NCWV photo by Charles Young)

CLARKSBURG, W.Va.  — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey hopes to unseat long-serving Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin Nov. 6 when the two square off during the midterm election.

Morrisey, who became the state’s first Republican attorney general in 80 years when he was elected in 2013, has received the support of both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence throughout the 2018 campaign.

Both Morrisey and Manchin were asked five questions by NCWV Media to shed light on their positions on key issues.

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