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ENG: Joseph "Joe" Manchin III (born August 24, 1947) is the junior United States Senator representing West Virginia. Manchin, a Democrat, was Governor of West Virginia from 2005 to 2010. He won the special election in November 2010 to fill the seat of Robert Byrd, who had died in office; the term ends January 3, 2013. Early life Manchin was born in Farmington, West Virginia, in 1947, the second of five children of Mary (née Gouzd) and John Manchin. His grandparents were Italian and Czechoslovakian immigrants. His father owned a carpet and furniture store. His grandfather, Joe Manchin I, owned a grocery store. Both his father and his grandfather were elected as Mayor of Farmington, West Virginia. His uncle James Manchin was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates and was ...
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Manchin to replace health board chief before he goes

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The West Virginia Health Care Authority is getting a new leader. Chairwoman Sonia Chambers told her staff Monday that Gov. Joe Manchin plans to replace her with Jim Pitrolo, his policy chief, before he leaves office. Pitrolo will replace Chambers in the $80,000-a-year job, and she will stay on as a board member. Chambers has chaired the board since 2001, when she was appointed to the position by then-Gov. Bob Wise. The heads of both the House and Senate Health and Human Resources committees said they were surprised by the move to replace Chambers. Pitrolo was a ...

Manchin's Chief of Staff Moves to Glenville State College

GLENVILLE--Gov. Joe Manchin's Chief of Staff, James Spears, will soon assume the position of senior vice president for external relations and the Morris Endowed Professor for criminal justice at Glenville State College. Spears was Manchin's chief of staff for the last year and acted as secretary for Military Affairs and Public Safety for five years prior. "Think about being able to sit in a classroom and listen to a person who's had this kind of experience and has these kinds of contacts," said GSC President Pete Barr. "He will also teach as part of his role. That will be a ...

Joe Manchin reflects on his move from old stage to new

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- President Barack Obama had a simple message when he called Gov. Joe Manchin to congratulate him on winning the U.S. Senate race. "He said, 'Don't bring the dang gun,'" Manchin said. The president was referring to the famous campaign ad in which Manchin shoots the cap and trade bill, a key part of the Obama administration's legislative agenda last year. In an interview Wednesday at the Governor's Mansion, Manchin, who is expected to be sworn in as senator on Monday, reflected on his six years in office and discussed what happens next for the state, as well as ...

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Manchin and Capito Announce Nearly $300K for WVU STEM Programs
Funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will support research to develop a new theoretical framework for STEM departure that will detail the reasons why students leave STEM majors ...
Manchin and Capito Announce Funding for West Virginia University Cancer Biology Research
Washington D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) announced that Federal funding has been awarded by the National Cancer Institute to West Virginia University to fund cutting edge research to fight cancer. “This is wonderful news for WVU and our entire state,” Senator Manchin said. “For our economy to continue to grow we must attract the best and brightest students to West Virginia, and investing in academic research is a way to do so. This grant will help provide WVU with the resources they need to carry out advanced research projects and it will enrich our students with hands on experience that will better enable them to compete with other institutions around the country. I thank WVU for their leadership and I applaud them on their continued efforts to excel.” “Last summer I hosted leaders from the National Institutes of Health, an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services, at WVU to showcase the
Manchin Statement on the Passing of West Virginian Frederick Mayer
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) today issued a statement on the passing of Frederick Mayer, a Charles Town resident and World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army and helped organize the resistance in Austria. “Gayle and I were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Mr. Fredrick Mayer, a true American hero and an emblem of courage. When the Nazis came to power, Mr. Mayer and his family fled to the United States. After the attack on Pearl Harbor he enlisted in the Army. Due to his bravery and knowledge of the German language he was recruited to the Office of Strategic Services. While deployed, he posed as a German officer behind the enemy lines.   “When he was later captured, he exemplified what it is to be a true American hero. Mr. Mayer refused to give up sensitive information and instead convinced his captors to arrange a meeting with senior Nazi leaders. The subsequent meeting led to the surrender of a key Austrian post. His valor
April 11-15, 2016
This Week in Washington: Welcoming Canadian Pacific’s Decision to End Norfolk Southern Takeover: Senator Manchin applauded Canadian Pacific Railway’s announcement that it will end efforts to takeover Norfolk Southern. The announcement comes after Senator Manchin expressed his concerns about the merger due to the potentially devastating impact it would have on West Virginia’s economy. Read more Announcing Funding for West Virginia University Cancer Biology Research: Senator Manchin announced that Federal funding has been awarded by the National Cancer Institute to West Virginia University to fund cutting edge research to fight cancer. Read more Announcing Nearly $300K for West Virginia University STEM Program: Senator Manchin announced nearly $300,000 to West Virginia University from the National Science Foundation to support research and education programs in the environmental engineering and health chemistry fields. Read more Manchin shared Jessie Grubb’s sto

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