Marc Harman

Marc Harman has been a trusted voice in the West Virginia State Capitol for over 35 years.

Soon after graduating West Virginia Wesleyan, at 23, Marc was elected Grant County Circuit Clerk, at the time, the youngest elected county official in the United States.

After serving at the county level, Marc was elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1980, where he served for 10 years. Among several other committee assignments, he was a member of House Judiciary and the Select Committee on Government Ethics.

As a lobbyist, Marc has represented many diverse interests, including seniors issues and programs, agriculture, business, judicial reform, and the press.

Marc and his wife Diane have five children and six grandchildren.

The baby formula shortage is a major concern for families. However, no one in WV discusses a senior citizen’s lack of access to food. There are areas of the state considered food deserts. Seniors may not have transportation to a grocery store 30+ miles away. #seniorcitizens

#WV ⁦@WVGovernor⁩ presents $100,000 check to Lincoln County seniors through Do it for Babydog: Senior Center Edition

WVU expert: Low voter turnout boosted Mooney | News, Sports, Jobs - Weirton Daily Times

We are happy to introduce the newest member of the H2C team, Lily Moran. Lily brings a unique skill set, a fresh perspective, and adds to the depth of experience in the firm. Please welcome Lily.

It is unacceptable that we are losing a life to overdose every five minutes. That's why, @POTUS's Strategy focuses on beating the opioid epidemic by going after its drivers: untreated addiction and drug trafficking.

My statement on today's overdose data:

Load More...
error: Content is protected !!