West Virginia SECRETARY OF STATE
Mac Warner spent 23 years in the U.S. Army promoting American ideals of freedom and liberty.
He is a prepared, experienced and veteran leader.
As Secretary of State, Mac is boldly leading West Virginia’s fight against election fraud, while unleashing businesses to grow our economy and create jobs.
Mac has partnered with the Trump administration to improve election security. He’s removed 193,000 ineligible voter registrations while registering 180,000 new voters. Mac’s office initiated an Anti-Election Fraud Task force and closed hundreds of election and business/charity fraud investigations with numerous criminal charges and convictions. Mac has also cut red tape for small businesses, launching the nation’s first all-in-one business registration center.
A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, Mac served in hotspots around the globe, from Panama, Haiti and Peru, to Bosnia, Ukraine and the Middle East. During his 23-year military career, Mac graduated West Virginia University's College of Law and earned two Master of Law Degrees.
Mac and his wife of 38 years, Debbie, are the proud parents of four children, Steven, Krista, Lisa and Scott, who they raised in Monongalia County where Debbie is a Realtor. The Warner children are all past or present officers in the U.S. Army. Mac and Debbie also have four grandchildren -- and one on the way.