Stand For the People

Standing for the People is what Tim Miley does.

  • Do you have concerns about what is occuring in our region or state? 
  • Do you want a Delegate that not only listens, but takes action?
  • Do you want a Delegate that cares about his community? 
  • Do you need someone in Charleston to represent your best interests? 


If you answered yes to these questions, then you need someone who will stand for you, you need Tim Miley.

Tim wants to hear from you, please share your thoughts.

Check out the videos below.

When Republican leadership spent over $1.4 Million on TWO mismanaged special sessions, Tim Miley said it was wrong. He even went so far as to give back his pay for the special sessions BOTH TIMES! He also has not been afraid to take on the Governor’s administration. Questioning how road project estimates could come in over $100 Million dollars over the budgeted amount.  

West Virginia has one of the lowest election turnout rates in the country. Join Tim in trying to change that statistic and vote on November 6, 2018. 

  • Check your county clerk's website for your polling location. 
  • Share this video to encourage your friends and family to vote as well.
  • Most importantly: Go Vote!

2018 was a historic year in West Virginia when thousands of teachers, school service personnel and public employees had to strike and come to Charleston just to get their voice heard. However, your voices are heard the loudest at the ballot box. Get your family, friends and neighbors to go vote.

  • If they don't hear you now, they won't listen to you the next time. 
  • Remember those that had your back, but more importantly remember those that didn't.

Tim is convinced that the pathway to prosperity in West Virginia must go through our education system for three reasons.  

  • We must make sure we have enough teachers in the classrooms. Last year we had over 700 vacancies of certified teachers in teaching positions
  • We must recognize that some students are suitable for college and some students prefer learning a trade or some other educational path.
  • We must recognize that our educational system must be adaptable to changing technology. The jobs that will exist for our students 10-15 years from now, when they will be in the workforce, don't even exist today.  

Let your voices be heard.

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