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  • Vivek Ramaswamy Endorses Patrick Morrisey for Governor of West Virginia


     

    On Friday evening, the Patrick Morrisey for Governor Campaign hosted a significant political gathering at the Dutch Haus Restaurant in Lewisburg, WV, featuring former presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy. The event, which ran from 5 PM to 6 PM, was free for attendees who had RSVPed, signaling a strategic push in Morrisey’s gubernatorial campaign.

    Vivek Ramaswamy, a notable figure in the Republican party known for his business acumen and recent presidential campaign, delivered a robust endorsement of Patrick Morrisey. Ramaswamy praised Morrisey's longstanding dedication to conservative principles and highlighted his significant legal victories, particularly against federal regulatory overreach.

    Ramaswamy's speech focused on the need for a bold conservative leadership to confront what he described as critical threats to America's founding principles. He emphasized the importance of individual and national sovereignty, critiquing current policies and what he perceives as governmental overreach.

    Patrick Morrisey, currently serving his term as Attorney General, has been a staunch advocate for conservative causes in West Virginia, notably challenging the EPA’s regulatory powers, which culminated in a notable Supreme Court decision. His campaign leverages his record in office, portraying him as a dedicated public servant prepared to defend West Virginia's interests on a larger stage.

    The endorsement by Ramaswamy comes at a crucial time as the gubernatorial race intensifies, with Morrisey positioning himself as a steadfast conservative capable of leading West Virginia through challenging times. His platform includes strong stances on maintaining energy jobs, protecting Second Amendment rights, and opposing policies that he argues could undermine state sovereignty.

    The campaign event also served as a rallying call for conservative voters in West Virginia, emphasizing the necessity of active participation in the upcoming elections to ensure leadership that reflects conservative values and priorities.

     




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