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January 13th, 2018
Ken Reed Files to Run for the House of Delegates 59th District
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January 6th, 2020
County Commissioner and Local Business Owner announces run for WV House Seat
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va – Morgan County Commissioner, multi-business owner, and pharmacist Ken Reed, will seek a seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates to represent District 59.
Commissioner Reed, R-Morgan was elected to the Morgan County Commission in November of 2016.
“It has been a great honor and privilege to serve as a County Commissioner. I am very optimistic about our future in the Eastern Panhandle. If we focus on growing the economy, making our government run more efficiently, and decreasing our dependence on federal money, the Eastern Panhandle will lead the way for many years to come.”
Reed currently serves on the Workforce WV, Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning & Development Authority, and Morgan County Planning Commission.
Reed graduated from Brooke High School in 1986 and attended the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy, obtaining his degree and starting his career as a pharmacist in 1992. He met his wife, Tally in pharmacy school and married in 1993. They have four children. Reed began his career working as a chain pharmacist then went on to build his own small chain of pharmacies in and around the Eastern Panhandle.
Reed and his wife currently own and operate the Canary Grill in Berkeley Springs and Reeds’ Pharmacy locations located in Hedgesville; Berkeley Springs; Springs Mills; Hancock, Maryland; and Berryville, Virginia.
According to Reed, his platform will largely focus on Infrastructure, economic growth of the Eastern Panhandle, and local issues that affect the daily lives of Eastern Panhandle residents.
“I look forward to using my experience as a county commissioner, business builder, and pharmacist to keep the Eastern Panhandle moving in the right direction. The people in this area need representatives that know how get things done!”