West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey traveled to Harrison County on Tuesday night.
Morrisey was in Clarksburg to hear residents' thoughts on how to improve the local economy.
He also planned to address consumer protection functions, such as scams across the state, but said most importantly, he wants to represent West Virginians.
"Nothing could be more important than to allow our state to reach her potential economically. I, for one, believe that every state official has an obligation to do his or her part to help the state advance economically," said Morrisey.
This was the 37th town hall meeting Morrisey has hosted as part of a statewide listening tour.