Phil Diserio, a lifelong West Virginia resident, was raised in Brooke County and graduated in 1978 from Brooke High School. After completing a four year electrical apprenticeship from the Steubenville Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Phil went on to become president of IBEW Local 246. He is an active voice in the community, serving as a former president of the Brooke Hancock Labor Council and former vice president of the Brooke County Economic Development Authority. In 2010, Phil Diserio was appointed by Governor Joe Manchin to the West Virginia Parkway Authority. In 2012 he was appointed by Governor Tomblin to the WV Legislature, and re-elected later that year. After being elected to the 83rd Legislature in 2016, Phil will continue to use his position in the House of Delegates to fight for ALL workers and families in our great state of West Virginia.

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CREATE JOBS &
ECONOMIC GROWTH

Phil Diserio understands our local economy is top priority.  All West Virginia workers deserve job stability and should have the first shot at new jobs from industries that profit from resources within our great state.

 

FIGHT FOR FAIR PAY

Recent changes in state laws have stripped workers of their right to negotiate with employers. These changes could significantly drive down wages and health benefits. We need to take the necessary actions to ensure safer work environments and better pay. 

 

LOOK OUT FOR WORKING FAMILIES

While CEO wages continue to rise, the pay scale for the average worker has not increased and many are even earning less, thereby causing numerous families to struggle.  We must reinstate the legislation that helps prevent out-of-state workers from taking West Virginia jobs and guarantee fair pay for public projects.

 

TAKE ON THE DRUG EPIDEMIC

It’s no secret that opioid and drug abuse has hit our region hard. Phil believes we need to increase funding for treatment and rehabilitation programs, make these programs more accessible to individuals in need, and be tougher on those who contribute to this epidemic that is harming our local communities.

 

PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF SENIORS

Being raised in Brooke County, we were taught to respect our parents and grandparents. As this aging population grows, our state needs to do everything it can to preserve benefits, services, and care programs for our seniors.

 

HELP OUR VETERANS

We owe an overwhelming debt of gratitude to the brave men and women who served our country. Phil is committed to protecting benefits for our veterans, while also improving the necessary programs that will help them succeed here at home in West Virginia.