Helton talks State Senate District 9 primary win

Brian Helton won the primary election for the 9th Senatorial District representing Raleigh and Wyoming counties.

He is pro-life, pro-faith, pro-family, and will remain committed to upholding those values in Charleston.

“I’m excited to get there and serve,” Helton said. “And the reason I decided to run for office is I believe we need more conservatives in Charleston representing us.”

He is all about life and religious freedom, Second Amendment rights, law enforcement support, government accountability and parental rights.

“Because right now, across our nation, we’re seeing radical policy sweep,” said the Senate candidate. “And we’ve all got to do our part to keep that stuff out of West Virginia.”

There’s continued economic climate improvement statewide, according to Helton. Unfortunately, in Southern West Virginia, we’re still on the decline. He wants to help the Mountain State get its fair share, so our kids can stay home for good jobs. That starts with infrastructure (like broadband) and rebuilding our workforce.

“We need to double down on trade schools. We need more electricians, more plumbers, more mechanics. We need more people who can drive trucks,” the Senate candidate said.

“And so once we rebuild that workforce, I believe what we have to offer here in Southern West Virginia is unmatched. We’re gonna go out and recruit those opportunities, we match that with that qualified developed workforce. And I think we’re gonna see things take off in our area.”

When it comes to governing and legislating Helton says he’s a conservative fighter with West Virginia values at his core.

“That’s why this is such a great place to live, and it’s why we continue to see our state move forward,” he said.

The Senate candidate is looking forward to the general election and says parents are upset they’re not getting to raise their children, and that the government continues to try to impose policies upon them…

“We’ve got a group of people here in West Virginia that really want to see the right things from government,” said Helton.

“They want to see the values represented. So it was such a great experience for me to get to meet so many new people, be involved in our community, and I’m looking forward to continuing to serve that way.”

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