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Cary out, Justice campaign manager Stauffer in as adviser to West Virginia governor

By Lacie Pierson, Charleston Gazette-Mail

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — As of Monday, Bray Cary was no longer employed in the West Virginia Governor’s Office, a spokesman for the office said in an email.

Gov. Jim Justice’s former campaign manager, Roman Stauffer, began Monday as Justice’s senior adviser for federal affairs and outreach, Jordan Damron, director of communications for the Governor’s Office, said in an email.

Stauffer replaces Cary, who told West Virginia MetroNews on Monday he was leaving the Governor’s Office to “pursue a broad set of business ventures.”

Cary, a media mogul and capital investor, had served in a vague advisory position for Justice, often taking meetings on the governor’s behalf, since late 2017…

To read more: https://www.wvgazettemail.com/news/politics/cary-out-justice-campaign-manager-stauffer-in-as-adviser-to-governor/article_96b266df-f651-5ffe-9819-e27f9e4cb792.html

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