House of Delegates
Moore Capito was raised in Charleston, WV, an all-state athlete and proud product of the Kanawha County Schools system. Moore went on to receive his BA from Duke University in 2005. After graduating college, Moore moved to Washington, D.C. to begin his career in public service.
He began his professional career working in the Office of the Majority Whip in the U.S. House of Representatives. In 2006, Moore served as a member of The White House advance team traveling in support of the President. A year later, he joined the staff of the Secretary of Defense at the Pentagon where he traveled extensively throughout the world.
He decided to continue his education in law, and in 2011, Moore graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law. After graduation, Moore returned to Charleston to work as Corporate Counsel for a regional energy company. Currently, he is in private practice.
In 2016, Moore had the honor of being elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates, then reelected to a second term in 2018. He currently serves as Chairman of the Committee on Enrolled Bills, Vice Chair of the Committee on the Judiciary and sits on the Banking and Insurance Committee, Political Subdivisions Committee, and Technology and Infrastructure Committee. In addition, Moore is the Chairman of the West Virginia Republican Legislative Committee.
Moore is also an active member of the community and has participated in organizations, such as the Rotary Club of Charleston and College Summit. In his spare time, Moore enjoys reading history and remaining active, and most importantly, spending time with his family.