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

Mike Romano was born and raised in Harrison County and served almost ten years fighting fraud with the  United States Securities & Exchange Commission. Romano volunteers as the Vice President of the North Central West Virginia Trade Development Association, Chairman of the Downtown Revitalization Committee, was treasurer of the West Virginia Democratic Party and is an officer of the Harrison County Bar Association. He has also served on the Board and Grants Committee for the Harrison County United Way and has been a Commissioner with the Harrison County Parks and Recreation for nearly a decade. Mike currently serves his community as Harrison County Commissioner.

 

ACTIVITIES AND HONORS

  • WV State Senator
  • Harrison County Commissioner
  • Board Member for the Community Advisory Committee: Salem Industrial Home for Youth
  • Harrison County Parks & Recreation - Commissioner
  • United Way - Past Board & Grants Committee Member
  • Harrison County Bar Association - Officer
  • North Central W. Va. Trade Association - Officer & Co-Founder:
  • Harrison County Democratic Party - Co-Chairperson:
  • Harrison County Patrons of the Parks Foundation - Chairman, President & Board Member;
  • West Virginia Association for Justice - Board Member & Executive Committee
  • Legal Education Instructor - West Virginia Boys State
  • Instructor, Harrison County Law Day
  • Instructor, U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (Division of Enforcement)
  • Guest Lecturer, West Virginia University School of Journalism
  • Presenter -West Virginia State Legisature, Insurance & Judicial Issues
  • Outstanding Performance Award, U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
  • Delegate to West Virginia Democratic Convention
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