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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1/8/2014 WV Gov. Tomblin Presents Small Cities Block Grants15 projects receive more than $12.9 million in investment dollars. [Read More]
12/18/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin Receives Commission on Military Spousal Licensure's RecommendationsGoal is to better assist military spouses with state professional licensure requirements. [Read More]
12/17/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin: A Homegrown Holiday Tradition Monthly column tells how state's forestry industry supports popular "Choose-Your-Tree" program. [Read More]
12/12/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin Proclaims December 9-15 Computer Science Education WeekEffort aims to prepare students for highly skilled, technology-focused careers. [Read More]
11/22/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces Texas Company to Open Jackson County PlantPlant uses coal to produce key steelmaking ingredient; marks third major jobs announcement this month. [Read More]
11/15/2013 WV Gov. Tombin: Odebrecht to Explore Appalachian Industrial InvestmentCompany will explore development of new petrochemical complex for energy co-generation. [Read More]
11/13/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin Announces Sogefi Expansion to Create at Least 250 JobsItalian auto parts manufacturer will invest $20 million in Prichard plant. [Read More]
10/31/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin: Apply for Weatherization Assistance ProgramProgram assists with reduction of residential energy burdens on low-income Americans. [Read More]
10/30/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin, Education Alliance to Co-Host Education SummitEvent to raise awareness about critical need to provide every child with quality public education. [Read More]
10/25/2013 WV Gov. Tomblin's Monthly Column: Fall Foliage Takes Center StageFall foliage at its finest at Kumbrabow State Forest, covering 9,474 acres in Randolph County. [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