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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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10/29/2014 Gov. Tomblin: Energy Summit Participants Discuss West Virginia's Energy Potential14 speakers offered presentations ranging from Clean Power Plan Rule to futures of natural gas, coal and solar power. [Read More]
10/17/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces DMV to Receive National Achievement AwardDigital Government “Government to Citizen” accolade recognizes online vehicle registration renewal service. [Read More]
10/15/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces Launch of Safe at Home ProgramFederal program to support, strengthen families across West Virginia. [Read More]
10/14/2014 Gov. Tomblin: Preventing Forest Fires, Keeping the Mountain State Safe State's Division of Forestry protects nearly 12 million acres of forests, committed to preserving resources for future. [Read More]
10/7/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Welcomes Japanese Business DelegationSenators Rockefeller, Manchin joined governor to discuss importance of strong relationship between state, Chubu region. [Read More]
10/3/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Receives High Marks For Fiscal Responsibility Cato Institute's "Fiscal Policy Report Card on America's Governors 2014" ranks WV seventh in nation. [Read More]
9/30/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces More than $9 Million in Grant Funding for Workforce TrainingFederal funds to support new, current workforce training programs for military, veterans, TAA-eligible workers. [Read More]
9/26/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Tells Students Education, Training Essential to SuccessLaunches new initiative to open doors for students, strengthen state’s workforce. [Read More]
9/4/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Declares Statewide ‘College Application and Exploration Week’Effort aimed at helping students learn about importance of pursuing higher education, preparing for college. [Read More]
8/27/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces Highways' First Public Private Partnership Project3.3-mile section of Coalfields Expressway will connect Mullens to existing sections already under construction. [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