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    WAYNE CLARK (Winner)
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

Biography.

How would you prioritize using the funds provided to WV by the CARES Act and other COVID-19 relief funds?

What changes in current election laws would you favor to make voting safer and more accessible?

Lack of broadband access limits employment and educational opportunities in many parts of West Virginia. What should be done to make broadband available statewide?

Given COVID-19, how do you propose we protect our students, teachers and school service personnel while at the same time providing equal access to a quality education across the state?

What experience, training or education do you have that would make you an effective state legislator?

Campaign Phone (304) 728-7300
Hello my name is Wayne Clark, and I am a local small business owner here in Jefferson County WV. I am best known for being the Owner and General Manager of Locust Hill Golf Course. I am a PGA Golf Professional and the director of the largest Frist Tee Program in the state of WV. I have been Married to my wife Wendy for 17 years. I have 3 daughters, Casey (24), Meghan and Mattie (13 yr. old twins). I served on the City of Charles Town Council from 2011-2015.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress with overwhelming, bipartisan support and signed into law by President Trump on March 27th, 2020. This over $2 trillion economic relief package delivers on the Trump Administration’s commitment to protecting the American people from the public health and economic impacts of COVID-19.

These funds should be allocated to small business owners to keep people employed and add new jobs. Families who have been directly impacted by COVID-19 and have lost jobs because business they worked at were closed or shut down should see some relief. Local Municipalities who have had a direct impact on their budget from COVID-19 should also receive funds.
No changes are needed to our election laws.
Broadband is a key issue for me. With everything going on with schools and the distance learning many students are left in the dark. Not only do we need state legislature to allow cell towers, especially those that are at 200 feet, we need each county to be on board with broadband improvements.
As we are learning more and more about how this virus affects people and what the survival rate is, we need to open schools up to full capacity.
I was on the City Council of Charles Town, WV from 2011-2015 and prior to served on the building commission for the City. I have been a small business owner since I have moved to WV in 2003. I will be the person who will lead for changes that will directly impact Jefferson County. I am the person who will get things done that will make the quality of life for our residents better. A vote for Wayne Clark is a vote for your future.