Delegate Troy Andes (R-Putnam), Bill Maloney and his wife Sharon give out barbecue sandwiches March 7 at the "Pork Giveaway for Legislators." (Photos courtesy of Maloney for West Virginia)
Maloney gives out barbecue sandwiches at the "Pork
Giveaway for Legislators."
Maloney talks to the press.
CHARLESTON -- Bill Maloney, a Republican candidate for governor, handed out free pork sandwiches on March 7 at the Capitol.
"I'm hosting a pork sandwich giveaway at the Capitol to highlight the pork barrel giveaway taking place there this legislative session," he said. "While my pork giveaway is in jest, the legislature's out-of-control spending is no laughing matter."
"The West Virginia legislature's priorities are all wrong. The state faces a possible $191 million budget deficit next year, yet our legislators are proposing a salary increase for public employees that would cost taxpayers an addition $47 million to $83 million.
Maloney founded his first business in Morgantown in 1984, and he grew the two-man shop to a business of 150 employees.