Meet Our Governors

West Virginia

Earl Ray Tomblin

2015 State of the State Address

Governor Tomblin
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, E.
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: 304-558-2000
Fax: 304-342-7025

Southern Governors' Representative
Chris Weikle, Deputy Director of Public Policy





West Virginia News Digest

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4/27/2015 Gov. Tomblin to Lead WV Delegation to Japan in MayTrade mission will focus on business — cultivating new relationships and improving existing ones. [Read More]
4/17/2015 Gov. Tomblin: Empowering West Virginians Through TANFGovernor's monthly column relates value of federal program in helping helps at-risk families become self-supporting. [Read More]
4/9/2015 WV Gov. Tomblin: Working Toward a Bright FutureMonthly column toutts Mountain State's reputation for strong workforce training programs. [Read More]
4/7/2015 WV Gov. Tomblin Signs Juvenile Justice Reform BillLegislation puts "kids first;" aimed to improve outcomes for youth and their families, increase accountability. [Read More]
4/2/2015 WV Gov Tomblin: Fiscal Responsibility a Key to Continuing to Improve our StateThere are a number of difficult choices when choosing how to best allocate state dollars to best serve all West Virginians. [Read More]
4/1/2015 WV Governor Tomblin Releases March Edge Business Report Recap of announcements include plans for trade mission, company expansions, groundbreaking. [Read More]
3/12/2015 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces Growing Healthy Communities GrantsVariety of projects to promote healthy living in downtown communities. [Read More]
3/3/2015 WV Gov. Tomblin Adds Pleasants County to Polymer Alliance ZoneOrganization promotes state's plastics and polymer industries. [Read More]
2/25/2015 WV Gov. Tomblin: Unlocking the Door to a College Education" education in West Virginia is among most affordable in nation." [Read More]
2/9/2015 Gov. Tomblin: Tackling Substance Abuse in the Mountain StateGovernor’s Advisory Council has taken bold action to stop production of meth, ensure residents are using prescription drugs responsibly. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Improving West Virginia's Education System

Fiscal Responsibility

Improving West Virginia's Business Climate to Generate Private Sector Job Growth

Conquering Substance Abuse in West Virginia