On the Road with Senator Manchin

Skype with the International Space Station and an Out of This World Student STEM Career Fair

Senator Manchin welcomes the NASA Control Center and the International Space Station before speaking to students about the importance of math, science and technology in our state and nation.

Students from across West Virginia ask questions to astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Dr. Peggy Whitson via live Skype broadcast on the International Space Station. To view a video of the skype with the astronauts, please click here.

Senator Manchin interacts with a young student during the "Out of this World" Student Career Fair, which hosted organizations that encourage interest in the STEM career fields.


Town Hall Meetings

"I truly appreciate the opportunity to hear from my constituents. Whether that’s through attending a town hall, writing a letter, making a call or getting involved in some way. My doors are always open to all West Virginians. I was able to attend four town halls on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this past week in Martinsburg, South Charleston, Huntington and Morgantown. In all, more than 1,200 West Virginians came out to ask their questions and share their concerns. I appreciated the invitations to the town halls and the opportunity to engage in discussion. I encourage everyone to continue to reach out to my office and share your opinions about what matters to you. There is nothing more important to me than staying connected and hearing from the people of my home state."

- U.S. Senator Joe Manchin

During a display of democracy at its best, Senator Manchin participated in four town halls across the state in Martinsburg, South Charleston, Huntington and Morgantown.  

A constituent asks Senator Manchin a question during the town hall in Morgantown.


Spotlight On...

Morgantown Area Meals on Wheels

The Morgantown Area Meals on Wheels has delivered hot, nutritious and affordable meals to senior clients for the past 44 years and is currently celebrating the 15th anniversary of the National March for Meals Campaign.

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How May We Help You?

I truly appreciate the opportunity to hear from my constituents. As your U.S. Senator, I am proud to be your voice with government agencies during your time of need. My goal is to provide top-notch customer service for every West Virginian who contacts me, or who may need help.  I have a team of caseworkers in each of my four offices to help you with matters of concern. While I have no direct jurisdiction in the administrative matters of any federal, state, or local agency, I welcome the opportunity to assist you with whatever problem you may be experiencing and ask that full consideration be given to your case.

Recently my office was able to help Karen Lockett on behalf of her father, 94-year-old World War II Veteran, John Stone from Fayetteville, West Virginia. Mr. Stone had filed a claim with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for an increase in benefits that would make him eligible for additional veteran services. Due to his advanced age, my office was able request that his file be processed expeditiously.  If you are a veteran, or know of someone in need of assistance with VA benefits, healthcare or recognition, please let me know.

World War II Veteran John Stone.

Please contact one of my offices listed below, or email me to start the case process.  My team of caseworkers can assist you with a variety of issues including: social security, veterans and black lung benefits, passport and immigration assistance, taxes, housing, student loans and more.


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