Delegate Anne Crockett-Stark (R-Wytheville)

Photo of Anne Crockett-Stark
Party
Republican
District
6: Counties of Carroll, Smyth (part), and Wythe [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Next Election
November 2015
Copatroning Habits
79% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 65% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
27.3% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$12,694.41 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trut PAC Fredericksburg $2,500
John P Newberry Self Employed Bland $500
Altria Client Services, In PAC Richmond, $500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

Third Annual Elected Officials Volunteer Day | Feeding America SWVA

September 4, 2013
Attending elected officials and staff included: Congressman Morgan Griffith and Danielle Barrow; Virginia State Senator Ralph Smith; Virginia State Senator William Stanley; Virginia House Delegate Greg Habeeb and family; Richard ... Barrow; Virginia House Delegate Joseph Johnson; Virginia House Delegate Catherine Brillhart; Virginia House Delegate Israel O'Quinn and Jacob Holms; Virginia House Delegate Anne Crockett-Stark; Larry Mosley, Lee County Board ...

Breakfast with the devil | Fletcher 2014

May 20, 2013
Earlier this month, in the debate over the “Castle Doctrine,” a delegate told a story from the floor of the House of Delegates. The Castle Doctrine holds that a man's home ... Del. Anne Crockett-Stark, R-Wytheville, took the floor Feb. 9 to speak in favor of one of these measures. “We need this bill,” she said, and Crockett-Stark proceeded to relate a story of an 82-year-old constituent from one of her counties in Southwest Virginia. One night, about 2 a.m., the elderly woman ...

Priscilla&#39;s Zine &amp; Bookstore: <b>Anne Crockett-Stark</b> Supports <b>...</b>

May 3, 2013
Here's Delegate Anne Crockett-Stark, a sponsor and co-sponsor of several bills this web site liked, on behalf of candidate Jeannemarie Davis: ". Of the seven Republican candidates for Lieutenant Governor, one in particular ...

Crockett-Stark will not seek re-election | The Southwest Times

March 14, 2013
Virginia Delegate Anne (“Annie”) B. Crockett-Stark (R-6th) announced Wednesday she will not be seeking re-election this November. In a statement released March 13, 70-year-old Crockett-Stark said, “having served four ...

Virginia&#39;s Castle Doctrine gun law &#39;can&#39;t live, can&#39;t die&#39; « Watchdog.org

January 15, 2013
Delegate Anne Crockett-Stark, R-Carroll, has taken up the gauntlet this year with HB 1415, which reads almost verbatim like Highland Republican Delegate Richard “Dickie” Bell's HB 48 from 2012. Bell's bill came close to ...

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Bills

  • HB1412: VIEW Program; substance abuse screening and assessment of public assistance recipients.
  • HB1413: Nonresident freshwater fishing license; establishes one-day license to fish inland waters of State.
  • HB1414: Local jails; compensation for cost of incarceration.
  • HB1415: Self-defense and defense of others; encodes version of 'castle doctrine.'
  • HB1416: School buses; exempted weight limits for certain traffic on U.S. Route 52 on Fancy Gap Mountain.
  • HB1667: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties in Smyth County.
  • HB1668: Southwestern VA Mental Health Institute; DBHDS authorized to convey real property in Smyth County.
  • HB1669: Southwestern Virginia Training Center; closure prohibited.
  • HB2288: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage licenses for certain properties in Wythe County.
  • HJ616: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Willard Lincoln Lemmon.
  • HJ747: Commending the George Wythe High School football team.
  • HB304: DMV service charge; eliminates fee.
  • HB305: Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans.
  • HB306: Cemeteries; owner shall publish notice of intent to declare interment rights abandoned in newspaper.
  • HB307: Rural Retreat Lake Park in Wythe County; DGIF to waive facility use permit fee.
  • HB308: Driver's licenses etc.;all issued by DMV that include a photograph must be produced by DMV.
  • HB309: Absentee voting; persons age 65 and older on day of election may vote absentee.
  • HB310: Driver's licenses; applicants may designate insulin-dependent or a hearing or speech impairment.
  • HB311: Bears; Board of Game and Inland Fisheries establishes an open season for hunting.
  • HB594: Virginia Retirement System; general registrars.
  • HB595: Aging services; changes deadlines for submission of four-year plan.
  • HB596: Methamphetamine laboratory; if presence of lab in same place as child, etc. person guilty of felony.
  • HB597: Eminent domain; definitions of lost profits and access.
  • HB598: VIEW; screening and assessment of public assistance recipients for use of illegal substances.
  • HJ98: First Lady Edith Bolling Wilson Day; designating as October 15, 2012, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ99: Commending John Strothers Pearson.
  • HJ230: Wilson, Edith Bolling; General Assembly to recognize Birthplace and Childhood Home in Wythe County.
  • HJ240: Commending Girl Scouts of the United States of America.
  • HR74: Commending Ken Sorenson.
  • HB1449: Methamphetamines; possession of certain substances with intent to manufacture, penalty.
  • HB1450: Pressurized gas dusters; prohibits person from selling, etc., in open displays or unlocked cases.
  • HB1762: Schedule I; adds 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine to list.
  • HB1763: Charter; Town of Rich Creek.
  • HB1764: Mopeds; riders and passengers required to wear helmets.
  • HB1765: Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; makes several changes regarding obligations imposed on landlord.
  • HB1766: Meth lab; penalty if present in same place as child, mentally incapacitated person, etc.
  • HB1767: Foster care; placement of child through an agreement between parents and local board.
  • HB2015: Charter; Town of Bluefield.
  • HB2413: All-terrain vehicles; allows over-the-road operation at certain locations in Tazewell County.
  • HB2441: Cemeteries; required to publish notice of intent to declare interment rights abandoned in newspaper.
  • HJ515: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses (first reference).
  • HJ599: Commending Marilyn Garnto.
  • HJ600: Commending Bland County on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
  • HJ938: Commending Charles Maurice Robinson.
  • HB961: Community College Scholarship Match Program; created.
  • HB1080: Police chaplains; certification.
  • HB1081: Highway rest areas and welcome centers; requires VDOT to reopen all on Interstate Highway System.
  • HB1082: State soil; designates Pamunkey soil as official soil of State.
  • HB1083: Mopeds; prohibits driving on highways with speed limits greater than 45 mph.
  • HB1084: Mopeds; traffic infraction when operator and passenger are not wearing a helmet.
  • HB1085: Manufactured Home Lot Rental Act; lessens several obligations currently imposed on landlord of park.
  • HB1086: Comprehensive services; local match rates for purchase of services shall be consistent.
  • HB1087: Drug recognition experts; law-enforcement officer be trained by Department of Forensic Science.
  • HB1088: Cooperative Coyote Control Program; reestablished.
  • HB1089: Cold War Service Medal; authorizes Adjutant General to issue.
  • HB1090: Communications sales & use tax; net revenue distributed according to each locality's pro rata.
  • HB1091: Major business facility job tax credit; reduces number of employees required in new jobs to qualify.
  • HB1092: Concealed handgun; certain retired law-enforcement officer may carry wherever he travels in State.
  • HB1206: Regional Industrial Facilities Act; method by which member locality of authority may withdraw.
  • HB1298: Retail Sales and Use Tax; lowers job threshold to receive exemption for certain computer equipment.
  • HB1299: Enterprise zone grants; value of qualified investments.
  • HJ118: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference).
  • HJ122: Children; joint subcommittee to study minimum standards for supervised visitation.
  • HJ202: Commending Catherine S. Webb.
  • HJ247: Commending MINDS WIDE OPEN: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts.
  • HB1564: Regional Industrial Facility Authority; provides that Wythe County may withdraw therefrom.
  • HB1915: Line of Duty Act; exempts police department, etc., from requirement to reimburse investigation cost.
  • HB1916: State song; designates Ol Virginia by Daniel K. Lawson to be adopted.
  • HB1917: Transient occupancy tax; Giles County may impose at rate not to exceed 5% to promote tourism.
  • HB1918: Coal combustion by-products; use, reuse, or reclamation in a flood plain.
  • HB1919: Prisoner keep; increases amount locality may charge inmate to defray costs associated therewith.
  • HB1920: Revenue-sharing funds; allows town with populations of no more than 15,000 to use those allocated.
  • HB1921: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; Board to waive fee for licensure & renewal thereof.
  • HB2003: Charter; Town of Pearisburg.
  • HB2004: Firearm silencer; shifts burden of proof that firearm is registered from State to defendant.
  • HB2552: Diploma requirements; Board of Education to include standard credit in economics & personal finance.
  • HB2553: Suspended operators license; forfeiture of motor vehicle for driving therewith.
  • HB2554: State song; designates The Banner Yet Wave written by Frank Pugh to be adopted.
  • HB2630: Law-Enforcement Officers' Privacy Protection Act; allows personal information to be withheld.
  • HB5004: Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc.
  • HJ679: Children; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of establishing statewide minimum standards.
  • HJ690: Celebrating the life of Staff Sergeant Jesse A. Ault.
  • HJ993: Commending the George Pearis Cemetery Committee.
  • HR59: Celebrating the life of Mary Austin Campbell Hughes.
  • HB514: Fossil fuel combustion products permit; requirements for applicant.
  • HB561: Educational facility staff; training of administration of drugs.
  • HB562: Criminal Justice Services Board; increases membership of Committee on Training.
  • HB563: Criminal Justice Services Board; increases membership.
  • HB564: Fire Prevention Code; fees for inspection, exceptions.
  • HB565: State song; designates 'Carry Me Back to Old Virginia,' by James A. Bland to be adopted.
  • HB566: Literary Fund; distributions.
  • HB567: Sexual offenses; those convicted prohibited entry onto school property.
  • HB568: Tractor-trailer combinations; local ordinances prohibiting use of certain highways.
  • HB569: Registered nurse, professional; local school boards to employ.
  • HB570: Nurses, licensed; local school boards to employ.
  • HB571: Highway systems; revenue-sharing funds for certain counties.
  • HB1449: Higher educational institutions; crisis and emergency management plans.
  • HB1564: Regional Industrial Facility Authority; provides that Wythe County may withdraw therefrom.
  • HB1565: Multicounty/City Transportation District; created.
  • HB1566: Speed limits; grants counties certain powers with regard to setting.
  • HJ357: Commending Joey Goodrich.
  • HJ436: Commending Ahmad Bradshaw.
  • HJ437: Commending the Town of Pearisburg on the occasion of its 200th anniversary.
  • HJ6064: Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team.
  • HB1481: Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County.
  • HB2473: Literary Fund; raises maximum limit for any loan.
  • HB2474: Involuntary commitment; county police department to provide transportation.
  • HB2475: Highway revenue-sharing funds; eliminates four-tier priority system for distributions thereof.
  • HB2476: Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County.
  • HB2477: Police chaplains; certification thereof.
  • HB2478: Wrongful Incarceration Fund; created.
  • HB2479: Nurse, licensed; local school boards to employ for each school.
  • HB2480: Bail bondsman; prohibits use of real property as collateral for a bond.
  • HB2481: Drug first-offender deferral and dismissal consideration; exclusion of certain drugs.
  • HB2482: Antique motor vehicles; removes the 250-mile driving limitation therefor.
  • HB3185: Virginia; designating as official state song.
  • HJ672: Commending Susan W. Evans.
  • HJ674: Celebrating the life of Bettye Katheryn Heldreth Steger.
  • HJ796: Celebrating the life of Thomas A. Bralley, Jr.
  • HJ886: Celebrating the life of Augustus Courtland Spotts III.
  • HB439: Sewage treatment facilities; establishing a governing board.
  • HB440: Integrated Directional Sign Program; VDOT to refund certain monies to localities for signage.
  • HB1409: Domestic Violence Victim Fund; changing name to Sexual and Domestic Violence Victim Fund.
  • HB1481: Secondary highway system; rural additions in Wythe County.
  • HB1525: Vacant buildings; registration thereof in Town of Pulaski.
  • HB5076: Route 99; allocated funds to be used to expand highway within boundaries of Town of Pulaski.
  • HB5077: Bridges in Pulaski County, certain; Transportation Board to allocate certain funds to repair, etc.
  • HB5078: Transportation Board; addition to powers and duties.
  • HB5079: Highway funding; amends law governing revenue-sharing funds.
  • HB5080: Maintenance; definition thereof within Title 33.1.
  • HJ49: Commending the Giles High School football team.
  • HJ199: Study; Wythe County and I-77/I-81; report.
  • HJ200: Study; highway connections between Progress Park and I-77/81; report.
  • HJ363: Celebrating the life of Glynn Carlock, Sr.
  • HJ520: Commending Giles County on the occasion of its bicentennial.
  • HJ5116: Commending the Town of Dublin on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ5161: Celebrating the life of Kenneth Jennings Dobson.