Americans for Prosperity Action Announces Endorsement for WV-02   

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Americans for Prosperity Action (AFP Action), today, announced its endorsement in the Republican primary for the second congressional district. For the open District 2 House of Representatives seat, AFP Action endorses State Treasurer Riley Moore.  

AFP Action senior advisor for West Virginia, Jason Huffman, provided the following quote on the announcement:

“AFP Action is getting involved earlier than ever before in elections to ensure we choose strong candidates who will boldly advocate for policies that are proven to improve the lives of all West Virginians. Riley Moore is a principled leader who isn’t afraid to stand up to the status quo. He is committed to making West Virginia a better place to live, work, and raise a family.

“His advocacy for energy independence, as well as his continued fight for educational freedom shows he is willing to step up to the plate for West Virginians. Now, we need his leadership in Washington D.C. to help pass common sense solutions that expand freedom and opportunity for all Americans.” 

To date this year, Americans for Prosperity (AFP) has already reached out to over 4.3 million potential Republican primary voters in key battleground states to understand what issues matter most to them and what they are looking for in candidates for state and federal office next year. AFP-Action will acquire this data to bring new voters into the primary process. 

In 2022, AFP and AFP Action engaged in 457 races, knocking on more than 7 million doors, delivering over 100 million pieces of mail, and reaching millions more voters through phone and email.

Background on AFP Action Endorsement:

State Treasurer Riley Moore is committed to fighting for common-sense solutions to create opportunity for all Americans. His advocacy for energy independence, as well as his leadership on behalf of individual choice and freedom, have proven that he will boldly advocate for policies that will improve the lives of West Virginians.