ALMBS 2014 – WV Governor Tomblin

West Virginia GovernorEarl Ray Tomblin

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin serves as the 35th governor of the Mountain State. A Logan County native, Governor Tomblin received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University, and an MBA from Marshall University.

 

A self-employed businessman and former school teacher, Governor Tomblin was elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1974 at the age of 22 and served in the house until he was elected to the West Virginia Senate in 1980. Governor Tomblin was the longest serving Senate President and was named the state’s first Lieutenant Governor in 2000. Throughout his years in public service Governor Tomblin has remained dedicated to creating a better West Virginia. Since becoming governor, Tomblin put more West Virginians back to work and reduced the tax burden on our families and business. Governor Tomblin made it a crime to text while driving and signed landmark mine safety legislation

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin Addresses ALMBS

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin serves as the 35th governor of the Mountain State. A Logan County native, Governor Tomblin received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University, and an MBA from Marshall University.

Acting Governor Earl Ray Tomblin

Acting Governor Earl Ray Tomblin

Earl Ray Tomblin is West Virginia’s Acting . He was born March 15, 1952, in Logan County. He received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University, an M.B.A. from Marshall University and attended the University of Charleston.
A self-employed businessman and former school teacher, Governor Tomblin was elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1974 at the age of 22 and held that position until he was elected to the West Virginia Senate in 1980. Governor Tomblin is the longest serving Senate President, a position he has held since his election in 1995. He was named the state’s first Lieutenant Governor in 2000. He has dedicated his professional career to public service for the betterment of West Virginia.

He started acting as Governor in November 2010, when Governor Manchin resigned the position to fill the unexpired term of U. S. Senator Robert C. Byrd.

Governor Tomblin