On the Road

Last week during my skype session with Webster County High School, students got a surprise when President Trump called my phone and then wanted to speak to them and wish them well with their studies.

President Donald Trump speaks to Webster County students during a Skype call with Senator Manchin.


Last week I was honored to speak at the WV Press Association conference from Washington via Skype.

Senator Manchin speaks via Skype to the WV Press Association.


At the WV American Legion Midwinter Conference, my State Director, Mara Boggs, received her well-deserved Distinguished Service Award from Department Commander William Combs. JoBeth Delawder, Scheduling Assistant in my Charleston office, also attended the American Legion's Midwinter conference and spoke on my behalf.

Mara Boggs accepts the Distinguished Service Award at the WV American Legion Midwinter Conference.


JoBeth Delawder speaks with Jack Gerrard, a past Department commander, about the services Senator Manchin's office can provide to Veterans.


Regional Coordinator Ali Mitchell attended Monday's funding announcement and groundbreaking ceremony for the West Virginia Great Barrel company in White Sulphur Springs. Once completed, this $30 million dollar cooperage will employ approximately 60 full-time employees and produce nearly 200,000 white oak barrels per year. 

Local officials gather to celebrate the groundbreaking for the WV Great Carrel Company in White Sulphur Springs.


Regional Coordinator Mary Jo Guidi attended last week's Wheeling Squadron Civil Air Patrol Ceremony. Congratulations to Congratulations to Cadet Airman First Class Jacob Anderson and Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Cameron Hicks for earning their promotions, and to Cadet Captain John Ewing for being honored with the prestigious Amelia Earhart Award.

Mary Jo Guidi congratulates Cadet John Ewing (left) and Cadet Cameron Hicks (right) upon earning their promotions within the Wheeling Squadron Civil Air Patrol.

How May We Help You?

I truly appreciate the opportunity to hear from my fellow West Virginians. 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 is given to your case. 

Former Delegate Tony Barrill contacted Senator Manchin’s Office on behalf of WWII and Korean War Veteran Mr. Willis Perrine.  Mr. Perrine’s family was notified that as of February 1st, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs would no longer be providing financial support for his nursing home care at Meadow View Manor.  The Senator’s Office contacted Mr. Perrine’s daughter, Magistrate Saundra Holepit (Monongalia County) and learned that Mr. Perrine was 100% service connected Veteran.  The Senator’s inquiry was submitted as a hardship expedite.  On January 31, the VA notified the Senator’s Office that the contract for Mr. Perrine has been renewed at the Meadow View Manor. 


In Your Community

Upcoming Job Fair on March 22 in Charleston.

11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center

Employers click here to register


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