Rep. David B. McKinley, P.E. (R-W.Va.) continues to meet with state and local elected officials in the First Congressional District to discuss issues facing the Mountain State.
Today, Rep. McKinley met with a bipartisan group of legislators in the State Capitol in Charleston who were gathered there for the legislative session. Previously he met with delegates in Monongalia and Wood Counties.
"As lawmakers in Washington continue to be deadlocked in many areas, our goal is to build a connection and open lines of communication to work together and better serve West Virginians," McKinley said.
"Whether it's healthcare, Medicaid, sequestration, or energy, there are a host of issues Congress is working on that will impact West Virginians," said McKinley.
"In Washington and West Virginia, public servants need more chances like these to work together," added McKinley. "If West Virginia's representatives in Washington and Charleston understand the important issues each are facing, it will make us more effective in working for our constituents. I hope to continue holding meetings like these in the future and strengthening these relationships."