|West Virginia State Senate District 13|
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|Profession||Life Insurance Agent|
Oliverio earned his BS/BA from West Virginia University in 1985. He went on to receive his MBA from West Virginia University in 1986.
Oliverio has served in the United States Army Reserves. He was a Captain in the United States Army from 1987 to 1993.
He has worked as a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual since 1988. Oliverio served in the West Virginia State House of Delegates from 1992 to 1994. He has served in the West Virginia State Senate since 1994, representing the 13th district.
Oliverio did not seek re-election in 2010. He won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House seat currently held by Representative Alan Mollohan. Mollohan lost the Republican primary, and so Oliverio faced David McKinley, a former delegate in the state Legislature.
While a member of the West Virginia Senate, Oliverio served on the following committees:
- Economic Development Committee, West Virginia Senate
- Education Committee, West Virginia Senate
- Judiciary Committee, West Virginia Senate
- Labor Committee, West Virginia Senate
- Military Committee, West Virginia Senate
- Pensions Committee, West Virginia Senate
Michael Oliverio did not seek re-election to the West Virginia State Senate, District 13. Democrat Bob Beach and Republican Cindy Frich will run for the open seat in the November 2, 2010 general election. 
Oliverio raised $8,900 for his campaign.
|West Virginia Senate, District 13 (2006)|
|Michael Oliverio II(D)||25,060|
Oliverio raised $8,900 for the 2008 election.
His major contributors are listed below.
|William Webster IV||$1,000|
Oliverio is married to Melissa Kirk.
- Michael Oliverio's personal website
- Biography from the West Virginia Legislature
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000, 1998
- Mike Oliverio on Facebook
- ↑ Project Vote Smart - Sen. Oliverio
- ↑ Business Week, "Mollohan Loses West Virginia Primary After 14 Terms in Congress," May 12, 2010
- ↑ WBOY 12 News, "Sen. Mike Oliverio Won't Seek Re-election," January 29, 2010
- ↑ West Virginia official list of 2010 candidates
- ↑ Official Returns for the 2006 Election, Office of the WV Secretary of State
- ↑ 2006 Follow the Money
- ↑ Campaign contributors to Michael Oliverio
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