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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6/19/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin on Hand for Grand Opening of $15 Million Sledd FacilityCompany distributes products in bulk to convenience centers across six states from new site. [Read More]
6/17/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Highlights Progress, Success of Justice Reinvestment InitiativeSustainable plan will reduce prison overcrowding and rehabilitate individuals released into community. [Read More]
6/10/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin: Making Government More AccessibleMonthly column explains how new online-based initiative can help save West Virginians time. [Read More]
6/6/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin: International Company Opens Up Shop in WheelingChose area due to close proximity to colleges and universities to support employee requirements. [Read More]
5/20/2014 Gov. Tomblin Announces WV Schools Selected for Toyota bornlearning Academies®Cabell, Putnam and Wayne county schools selected to participate in pilot project. [Read More]
5/16/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin: Small Business, Big VisionIn Mountain State, 96 percent of all businesses are small. [Read More]
5/7/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin: A Call to Reconsider Cuts to Army National GuardRequests Commission on the future of the Army to provide review on the appropriate balance of forces. [Read More]
5/5/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin: "Then and Now -- History's Role in our Every Day Lives""History has a way of connecting us to our families, friends and the communities we call home." [Read More]
4/28/2014 WV Gov.Tomblin: Plan to Help Ease Student Credit Transfer Process Governor challenged colleges and universities to address this issue in his 2014 State of the State Address. [Read More]
4/25/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces Formation of STEM CouncilCouncil established through Executive Order No. 3-14; Governor addresses group at inaugural meeting. [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