Keep McKinley In the House

Keep McKinley In the House

August 31, 2014
The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register 

To many West Virginia voters, it already is clear electing Rep. Shelley Capito, R-W.Va., to the Senate will be a critical step in undoing some of the damage done by Washington liberals in control of public policy.

But there are two houses of Congress - and protecting Mountain State residents requires battling the liberals in both of them.

Capito clearly has the best interests of her fellow West Virginians at heart. On issues of importance to us, she can be relied upon.

But her Democrat opponent in the Senate race, Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, is different. Tennant has refused steadfastly to pledge that, if elected, she would vote to oust Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.

As Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., pointed out last week, Reid has been critically important in furthering President Barack Obama's agenda.

McKinley, who represents our area of the state, explained that conservatives in the House of Representatives have passed scores of bills aimed at reining in Obama's abuse of power.

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Congressman McKinley Listens to Small Town Concerns

Written by: Lauren McMillon WDTV

Congressman David McKinley made a special stop in Clarksburg on Wednesday to hear some local concerns before he makes his way back to Washington.

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Congressman McKinley Discusses Highway Bill in Parkersburg

Written by Todd Baucher, Ashley Rittenhouse, The News Center 

Congressman David McKinley brings the highway bill discussion to Parkersburg.

 

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McKinley outpaces Gainer in Campaign Finance Reports

Written by Whitney Burdette, Charleston Daily Mail

If dollars translate to votes in the state’s first congressional district, incumbent Rep. David McKinley can expect to be re-elected in November.

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Congressman David McKinley Visits VA Medical Center in Response to Audit

 

Written by Katie Anderson, Harrison, Doddridge, and Ritchie County Report, WBOY

An audit of VA wait times brought Congressman David McKinley to the Louis A Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg on Monday.

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Congressman McKinley Continues to Fight for Rural America

Written by Erin MacPherson, WDTV

Last week Congressman David McKinley visited multiple communities in our area to talk about the issues small towns face and the importance of rural America. Monday, the congressman had another busy day, but this time he stayed in Harrison County.

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Congressman McKinley Attends Heated Roundtable Discussion on Gun Control in Hancock County

Written by WTRF

Everyone from Hancock County Sheriff Ralph Fletcher, to gun owners, to sportsman club members, got involved in the heated discussion, where they covered topics from who should be allowed to carry guns to how to protect children in schools.  

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Enyart, McKinley Introduce Plan to Cut Waste, Invest in Infrastructure: Bipartisan Legislation Will Improve Highways, Sewer and Water Lines in Small Communities

Written by Murphysboro American 
U.S. Congressmen David B. McKinley, P.E. (R-WV) and Bill Enyart (D-IL)
introduced a bipartisan bill, The Protection Against Wasteful Spending Act 2014, to cut wasteful
spending and invest the money saved in improving our roads, bridges, and sewer and water
lines.
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Congressman McKinley Listens to Small Town Issues

Written by Erin MacPherson, WDTV

Congressman David McKinley spent his day Tuesday in three parts of the Mountain State, two areas being right in our backyard, Salem and West Union. He said small towns have the same issues as big cities and those issues need to be heard in Washington.

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