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THANK YOU
FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Mike Romano understands a public servant must possess strong family values, experience, and commitment to the community.

For me, public office is not a career.  I am here to serve my community for as long as I can make a substantial contribution.  As County Commissioner, along with my two fellow Commissioners, we have put Harrison County on a track of fiscal responsibility by guarding taxpayer dollars as if they were my own.  We have also worked hard to insure that all county employees received fair wages for a full days work.  We have overseen the implementation of policies and procedures to help protect taxpayer funds and be sure they are spent wisely.  While there is still some work to be done at the county level, I believe my experience as an attorney, CPA and business owner can be put to the test in helping guide our state through the difficult fiscal times ahead.  That's why I need your support for the West Virginia State Senate, so that together we can lead West Virginia into a better future.

Michael J. Romano

WEST VIRGINA IS A GREAT PLACE TO CALL HOME
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WORKING TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE IT EVEN BETTER

Mike Romano wants to promote efficiencies in government to help reduce the tax burden on seniors, working people, and businesses. He believes that by promoting the good things in West Virginia and helping our existing businesses will bring good jobs & economic development. Supporters agree that his experience as a certified public accountant, attorney, and business owner will serve all of the citizens of Central West Virginia well when elected.

Mike, Amy,
Michael Jr., Emma

Paid for by Friends of Mike Romano

Mike Romano for WV State Senate


 

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