"As your delegate, I worked to make West Virginia a place where our children can receive a good education and have the opportunities available to them to remain in the state, provide for their families, and retire in a healthy and safe community."
Since her first day in the legislature, Cindy Frich successfully fought for legal reforms to help keep our doctors in West Virginia, to make auto and home insurance available and more affordable and helped reform the most costly workers compensation system in the nation. Delegate Cindy Frich was lead sponsor of HB2620 that created the Office of Drug Control Policy that works on prevention, treatment and reduction of substance abuse.
Cindy Frich successfully pushed to eliminate the food tax and for tax reform to make us more economically competitive and significantly increased paying down state debts while voting against increasing state indebtedness. Serving on the Finance Committee, Cindy Frich helped create a sustainable budget during the economic collapse of Obama’s war on coal, fought to protect WVU during tight budget years and gave teachers the largest pay raise in West Virginia history .
Delegate Cindy Frich is your champion for the protection of property rights, gun ownership rights, the life of the unborn, sanctity of marriage, freedom of speech and religious liberty.
Your Delegate Cindy Frich was the only legislator in the region to vote against the local wage tax to build state roads.
House Roll Call Vote
March 7, 2006
Wage tax to build roads
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
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