ALLEN WHITT FOR U.S. SENATE
West Virginia has the chance to replace the third most liberal Republican in the Senate with an unwavering conservative who West Virginians can count on to defend their constitutional rights and who will support the small businesses that are the backbone of our economy. Allen Whitt is that candidate.
A Champion of Conservative Values
WHY ALLEN WHITT IS RUNNING FOR U.S. SENATE
Whether during his humble beginnings feeding calves on a dairy farm, during his time in front of TV cameras as spokesperson for Dr. Billy Graham, or while serving as the President of the Family Policy Council of West Virginia, Allen Whitt has lived out his conservative values his whole life. For more than half a decade, Allen has been one of the most prominent conservative leaders in the Mountain State. And he believes that having our U.S. senator, a Republican, score only “68% conservative,” isn’t nearly good enough...
ALLEN WHITT BIO
Allen Whitt was born in Northern Alabama where he grew up on his grandfather’s dairy farm. Hunting rabbits with a single-shot 20 gauge with his brothers and cousins during the soybean harvest was one of his favorite childhood pastimes. He is the son of a retired chemical plant operator and beauty shop owner, and his large (40+ at Christmas) family is very important to him. Life on the farm taught Allen valuable early lessons about personal responsibility and the value of a dollar.
Allen Whitt is 100% pro-life, from conception to natural death. He will never betray our pro-life platform like Sen. Capito. She has voted multiple times to keep federal funding for abortion chains like Planned Parenthood. Allen will fearlessly defend the right to life for all Americans, ALL the time.
Allen Whitt is a gun owner, a marksman, and a member of both the West Virginia Civil Defense League and the National Association for Gun Rights. He’s a staunch defender of the right to bear arms.
PRO-CONSTITUTIONAL JUDICIAL NOMINESS
If elected, Allen Whitt will fulfill his duty to advise and consent to President Trump’s judicial nominees to the federal court. He will not allow activist, non-originalist judges to go unvetted and will be committed to making the President’s choices even better. Sen. Capito has let some anti-Constitutional nominees slide, either because she agrees with some of their liberal judicial activism, or because she simply doesn’t care.
PRO-BUSINESS & FREEDOM
Allen believes that West Virginia is not just a state where we make a buck. It’s also the state where we must make our lives. Poverty creates the temptation for a myriad of social problems, and more money to families in poverty can often ease some of those. But it’s not the government’s job to create jobs. The job of the government is to defend our borders and ensure that fair commerce can be transacted in a free-market society. The lighter the hand of government regulation, the more vibrant the economy.