WESPAC Endorses Stollings for Governor
Sen. Ron Stollings, a Boone County physician and former president of the West Virginia State Medical Association, has long represented the interests of patients, physicians and public health at the legislature. Stollings was chair of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Resources during the West Virginia Legislature’s 80th and 81st sessions and still serves as a powerful and influential member of the committee.
Besides being an outstanding advocate for the health care of West Virginians and a protector of the practice of medicine, Ron regularly reminds his colleagues they must address disparities in education to get West Virginia on the right track.
Dr. Stollings is endorsed by WESPAC, the political action committee of the West Virginia State Medical Association, the state’s largest advocacy association.
WESPAC endorses Armstead, Tabit, Hutchison
WESPAC, the political action committee of the West Virginia State Medical Association, the state’s largest physician advocacy organization, has endorsed three candidates in the upcoming Supreme Court election. The primary election is scheduled June 9, 2020.
WESPAC endorsed these candidates because of their reputations for judicial fairness and their realization physicians must be free from superfluous lawsuits to provide quality health care for West Virginia citizens.
Endorsed candidates in the non-partisan race include:
District 1—Chief Justice Tim Armstead
District 2—Judge Joanna Tabit
District 3—Justice John Hutchison