Morrisey to speak at Lincoln Day Dinner
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will be the featured speaker for the Randolph County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner April 20 at the Elks Country Club.
Anyone interested in making reservations can call 304-636-1019.
Morrisey is the first Republican to serve as attorney general in West Virginia since 1933. As a resident of Harpers Ferry, he also is the first attorney general from Jefferson County in the state’s history.
In practice since 1992, Morrisey worked on many high-profile health care matters prior to election, and he possesses a broad array of experience on regulatory issues, including Medicare, Medicaid, policy, fraud and abuse investigations, legislative matters, strategic counseling and legal and policy challenges to federal statutes and regulations.
Morrisey earned a Bachelor of Arts in history, with high honors; and political science, with honors, from Rutgers College in 1989, and a juris doctor from Rutgers Law School-Newark in 1992.