Riley Moore announces candidacy for House of Delegates 67th District
West Virginia native and Harpers Ferry resident, Riley Moore, makes his run for the open 67th District seat official.
“I am truly excited to officially launch my campaign for the House of Delegates today. I’ve spent the past several months exploring the possibility of a run consulting with many throughout the community as well as with many friends and family members. Today it is official, I’d like to be the next representative of West Virginia’s 67th District,” notes Moore.
“There are tough challenges facing our district, region, and state. We need a strong leader in Charleston to stand up for our needs here in Jefferson County. We need opportunity, not obstacles, to create a pathway forward to economic prosperity. Charleston must be a partner in our Jefferson County’s future, not an impediment. I look forward to discussing these very issues as well as others with the constituents of the 67th in the coming months.”
Moore, a West Virginia native, began his adulthood working as a welder in a quarry alongside many others from the Eastern Panhandle. While welding he put himself through school, receive his undergraduate degree in Government and International Politics from George Mason University in Virginia. He then went onto receive a Master’s Degree in Strategic Security Studies from the National Defense University at Fort McNair in Washington DC. For many years, Riley served as a national security advisor on the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill. During this time he was appointed and served as secretary of the US delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Riley has since joined the private sector where he now works as Vice President of a government relations firm. Prior to the US Congress, Riley worked at the Department of Homeland Security. He resides in Harpers Ferry with his wife Guillermina (Mina).
For more information about Riley and to follow his campaign, please visit www.mooreforwv.com.