Delegate Paul Espinosa
An experienced, fiscally Conservative voice for the 66th district!
Elected in 2012, Paul serves as House Majority Whip, as a member of the Rules, Finance, Banking & Insurance and Technology & Infrastructure Committees where he advocates for first-rate schools, economic growth, greater government accountability & transparency, and controlling government spending. In addition, Paul serves on the Joint Standing Committee on Finance, the Joint Commission on Economic Development, the Select Committee on Minority Issues, the Parks, Recreation & Natural Resources Subcommittee, and the Legislative Oversight Commission on Workforce Investment for Economic Development during legislative interims.
Paul is a past president of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Rotary Club of Charles Town. He is also a past board chair of the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle and previously served as a member of the Jefferson County Development Authority.
Paul is a 1984 graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College. He and his wife Cathy reside in Pembroke Grove near Summit Point and are the parents of three children.
Paul serves as chairman of the YLA Youth in Government Committee and is an active member of St. James the Greater Catholic Church where he serves as a Reader and Eucharistic Minister. Among his other interests are serving as a youth softball & baseball umpire and as a public address announcer for youth sporting events.