U.S. Representative Carol Miller continued her bus tour of West Virginia on Friday. This time, she met with local stakeholders in Wyoming County.
Miller has said that her goal is to visit all 18 counties in her district within her first six months in office. She says building a solid infrastructure is especially critical for Southern West Virginia and that it’s vital she meet with citizens in order to stay engaged. She also wants to show that her work doesn’t finish, even after she votes on different initiatives.
“Of course right now, the push and interest is in tourism. I want to make sure there aren’t many hurdles to make that happen…we need good roads…I would love to see the tourism industry booming. I can’t wait to see how this spring and summer go, because I’m seeing action,” said Miller.
Miller’s office says her bus tour will continue, which will give her a chance to meet even more constituents.