BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) yesterday evening traveled to Bridgeport, W.Va. where she provided the keynote address at the 104th Annual Harrison County Chamber of Commerce’s awards dinner. During her remarks, Senator Capito provided an update on the latest from Congress, as well as her efforts to deliver for the people of Harrison County and all of West Virginia.
“I was honored to address the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce, and visit with the great business leaders and residents of the county,” Senator Capito said. “The Chamber is doing great work to make Harrison County a leader in West Virginia, while also strengthening economic development in our state. I’m looking forward to seeing the continued progress that Harrison County will make in the future.”
“The Harrison County Chamber was excited to welcome Senator Capito to our 104th Annual Dinner. We were eager to hear updates on the various committees she serves and how current policies affect the people and businesses in the Mountain State.” Randall Randolph, Harrison County Chamber Executive Chairman Board of Directors, said.
“We were honored to have Senator Capito as the keynote speaker before a capacity crowd at our 104th Annual Dinner. We enjoyed her updates on current topics in Washington DC that affect Harrison County and all of West Virginia.” Kathy Wagner, President of the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce, said.