Mac Warner: Champion of Election Integrity and Visionary Leader

Andrew McCoy “Mac” Warner, serving as West Virginia’s Secretary of State since 2017, is a West Point graduate and a veteran of the U.S. Army JAG Corps. With a law degree from West Virginia University and an LL.M. in International Law, Warner has dedicated his career to upholding democratic principles and election integrity. His tenure has been marked by efforts to enhance election cybersecurity, reflecting his commitment to secure and fair electoral processes. A family man with deep West Virginian roots, Warner is also known for his advocacy for conservative values.

The Mountaineer Daily (Tuesday 6/11/2024)

As the sun rises on another eventful day at the American Legion Mountaineer Boys State, we reflect on the moments that made yesterday truly special.

The Mountaineer Daily (Monday 6/10/2024)

Day 1 at the American Legion Mountaineer Boys State: A Day of Engagement and Learning

The American Legion Mountaineer Boys State (ALMBS) kicked off its first day with a flurry of activities. With the registration of 219 citizens, the day was filled with enthusiasm and eagerness as the participants embarked on their journey of civic engagement and leadership.

The day began with a strong emphasis on getting involved. The “don’t hold back” catchphrase echoed throughout the day, serving as a constant reminder for the citizens to seize every opportunity. Motivational speeches encouraged the participants to engage fully and try new things, fostering an environment of exploration and growth.

A significant component of the day was the focus on Americanism, particularly the POW/MIA table. This powerful symbol served as a reminder of the sacrifices made by our brave servicemen and women. It instilled a sense of respect and gratitude, reinforcing the values that ALMBS