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Riley Moore's Biography


Contact Information

West Virginia State Treasurer's Office
1900 Kanawha Boulevard
Capitol Complex Building #1, Room E-145
Charleston, 25305

Full Name:

Riley Moore




Wife: Guillermina; 2 children

Birth Place:

Morgantown, WV

Home City:

Harpers Ferry, WV

BA, Government and International Politics, George Mason University

Masters, Strategic Security Studies, National Defense University at Fort McNair

Treasurer, State of West Virginia, 2021-present

Candidate, West Virginia State Treasurer, 2020

Delegate, West Virginia State House of Delegates, District 67, 2016-2019

Candidate, West Virginia State House of Delegates, District 67, 2018

Former Member, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, West Virginia State House of Delegates

Former Member, Judiciary Committee, West Virginia State House of Delegates

Former Member, Small Business Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, West Virginia State House of Delegates

Former Contractor, Department of Homeland Security

Former National Security Advisor, House Foreign Affairs Committee, United States House of Representatives

Former Secretary, United States Delegation, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Parliamentary Assembly

Director, Textron, 2017-2021

Member, Eastern Panhandle Business Association, present

Member, International Institute for Strategic Studies, present

Member, Shepherdstown Community Club, present

Member, Shepherdstown Rotary Club, present

Member, West Virginia Farm Bureau, present

Member, West Virginia Society Sons of the American Revolution, present

Member, Center for New American Security

Member, The Foreign Policy Initiative Future Leaders Program

Priority Issues:

As Delegate, Riley will fight for:

More Jobs and Opportunity -- Riley Moore supports reforming the tax code so we can attract more businesses to our state, create better jobs, and allow families to keep more of their hard earned money.
A World-Class School System -- We need a school system that works for our children: Riley will work to make sure the money we spend gets them the education they deserve. He will focus on technical and higher education so our children are prepared to work.
Better Transportation -- Almost half of the residents in the Eastern Panhandle work outside of the state: Riley will fight for our transportation and infrastructure needs and leverage our country's position as a top payer of personal income tax. We deserve our fair share.
Combating Drug Addiction -- Riley Moore believes we must focus on treatment and prevention to fight the drug epidemic that is sweeping our state and region.