West Virginia Coal Association Endorses Trump for President

By BILL RANEY, president
West Virginia Coal Association

donald-trump-mug_5fea106e0eb494469a75e60d8f2b18ea.nbcnews-fp-320-320CHARLESTON – The membership of the West Virginia Coal Association today announced it is endorsing Donald Trump, Republican of New York, for the office of president of the United States in this year’s election.  The unanimous decision was made at a membership meeting in Charleston earlier today.

“Donald Trump has been firm and clear throughout his campaign in his commitment to rebuild America’s basic industries – the industries that made this country great – such as coal, steel and manufacturing” said Bill Raney, WVCA president, in announcing the endorsement. “Trump has said he will reverse the Democratic regulatory assault that has cost the coal industry more than 40 percent of our production and jobs since 2008.”

“In contrast, Hillary Clinton’s proposals essentially double-down on the job killing Obama policies,” Raney continued. “West Virginia can’t afford that and neither can the nation.”

“We believe that with the leadership team of Donald Trump in the White House and Bill Cole as Governor, West Virginia will begin to rebuild what we have lost to the Obama War on Coal and also look to the future once again with confidence.”

Bill Raney is president of the West Virginia Coal Association, a trade association in Charleston, West Virginia, representing approximately 95 percent of the state’s coal production.

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2 thoughts on “West Virginia Coal Association Endorses Trump for President

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    • And this is important how?
      Trump has clearly indicated he plans to help the coal industry by reversing the Obama war on coal.
      You may have the time to indulge in political oneupsmanship but we do not. We have 11,000 coal miners out of work. We have unemployment in counties reaching 11 and 12 percent and schools system being forced to shut their doors to schools. Our state faces a $500 million budget deficit this year alone.
      How about you concentrate on real issues instead of political BS?

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