MORGANTOWN, WV (LOOTPRESS) – Despite an engaging exchange of ideas at the West Virginia MetroNews gubernatorial debate, the absence of Patrick Morrisey did not go unnoticed. Morrisey’s refusal to debate leaves West Virginians questioning his commitment to transparency and accountability.
“Morrisey showed up when he was getting paid as a lobbyist,” said Miller. “But now that West Virginians want to hear him answer the tough questions, he’s hiding in his basement like Joe Biden. That’s what career politicians do. The governor is CEO of the state and employed by the taxpayers. That’s who we work for and answer to.”
The debate showcased Miller’s vision for West Virginia, emphasizing his commitment to growing the economy and running West Virginia more like a business that treats its citizens like customers.
“When you look at the other candidates, these people are all the same – they’re politicians and bureaucrats,” Miller said. “Like President Trump, I’m the only businessman in this race, and I’ll break up the Good Old Boy System that runs West Virginia.”