CHARLESTON – Paul Espinosa, the Republican candidate for a new West Virginia House of Delegates seat in Jefferson County, has won the endorsement of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association.
Said association chairman Karen Price: “We believe your election to the House will help advance the manufacturing legislative agenda to create more jobs and investment in West Virginia.”
The newly created 66th Delegate district is wholly situated in Jefferson County.
Espinosa, a county native, is a past president of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce and the Jefferson County Parks & Recreation Commission. He serves on the board of directors of the Jefferson County Development Authority, chairs the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle and is treasurer of the Jefferson County Schools’ education foundation.
“It will be my goal to create legislation that champions local business and aids in growing West Virginia’s economy,” Espinosa said. “I recognize that small businesses are critical to our economy and I’m confident that West Virginia will realize the prosperity the rest of the nation enjoys as we become more competitive with our tax code, our regulatory climate and our legal system.”
More on Espinosa can be found at EspinosaforDelegate.com.