Delegate Charles Poindexter (R-Glade Hill)

Photo of Charles Poindexter
Party
Republican
District
9: Counties of Patrick, Franklin (part) and Henry (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2008
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, Appropriations, Counties, Cities and Towns
Age
72
Copatroning Habits
88% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 92% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 67% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
21.4% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$15,936.04 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Virginia Coal Association PAC Richmond $2,000
Alpha Natural Resources, LLC Energy Abingdon $2,000
Virginia Coal Association PAC Richmond $1,000
Dominion PAC Richmond $1,000
Altria Client Services, Inc. Tobacco Richmond $1,000
NiSource, Inc PAC OH $750
Ronald Ressel Manufacturer Martinsville $500
Virginia BankPAC PAC Glen Allen $500
Chris F. Mohr Ameristaff Martinsville $500
Huntington Ingalls Industries Shipbuilding Newport News $500

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Martinsville Bulletin: Judge's slot left unfilled

September 19, 2014
Judge's slot left unfilledNo decision was made Thursday on filling a Danville-based general district court judgeship, according to Del. Danny Marshall, R-Danville. Former Martinsville commonwealth's attorney Joan Ziglar is one of four ... Marshall said the delegates who ...

Martinsville Bulletin: Ziglar seeks post

September 18, 2014
In her interview, Ziglar ?did very well,? Stanley continued. ?She was received very warmly,? and the meeting's chairman, Del. Manoli Loupassi, R-Richmond, declared her ?highly qualified? for the judgeship based on her career history and answers she ...

Martinsville Bulletin: Budget cuts' effects unsure

September 16, 2014
Budget cuts' effects unsureHenry County and Martinsville officials said they don't yet know their local governments' shares of the $30 million per year cut to aid-to-localities for the biennium included in a budget deal that Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Republican ...and more »

WDBJ7: McAuliffe orders cuts to Virginia state agencies

August 26, 2014
Delegate Charles Poindexter is a member of the House Appropriations Committee. He says the first year is tough, but manageable with cuts of about $250 million. He worries more about what's coming down the road. "The larger problem is the year after," ...and more »

Roanoke Times: Election officials seek relief from more rules and less money

August 26, 2014
?We have to reduce spending $250 million in this year and $650 million or so in the second year,? said Del. Charles Poindexter, R-Franklin County. That's the news from Richmond, where the governor recently announced revenues for the biennium spending ...

Bills

  • HB672: Port of Virginia Economic and Infrastructure Development Grant Program; expands existing program.
  • HB673: Stormwater management permit fees; land-disturbing activities involving single-family residences.
  • HB674: Water supplies and waterworks; defines human consumption.
  • HB675: Elections; deadlines for candidate filings.
  • HB676: Methamphetamine; increases mandatory minimum sentence range for manufacturing, etc.
  • HB677: School boards, local; each board required to host annual workforce summit.
  • HB697: Stormwater Management Program; delays implementation by local governments.
  • HB915: State-owned uplands; hydraulic fracturing.
  • HJ254: Commending the Franklin County Perinatal Education Center.
  • HJ255: Commending Bridgewater Marina.
  • HJ256: Commending the Rotary Club of Stuart.
  • HJ271: Commending Mary Alice Bowman.
  • HJ277: Commending the Franklin County High School Air Force JROTC marksmanship team.
  • HJ330: Commending Brittany Yates.
  • HJ331: Commending Barry Nelson.
  • HJ5186: Commending Veterans of Foreign Wars Obie D. Minter Memorial Post 10840.
  • HJ5189: Commending J. Davis Daniel.
  • HB1829: Foxes; using GPS device to manage dogs while hunting, may also use GPS while hunting other game.
  • HB1832: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Smith Mountain Lake.
  • HB1834: High Performance Building Act; use of certain forest products.
  • HB1835: Firefighters and emergency medical technicians; cap on damages.
  • HB1953: U.S. Route 58 Corridor Development Program; issuance of bonds.
  • HB1954: Antique motorboats; establishes a special one-time registration fee.
  • HB1987: Renewable energy portfolio standard program; eliminates Performance Incentive provision.
  • HB2044: Highway Construction Advisory Committee, Recycled Materials in; eliminates Committee.
  • HB2067: Virginia Alternative Fuels Revolving Fund; guidelines for governing.
  • HB2075: Commonwealth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Measurement System; authorizes IEIA to create.
  • HB2233: Enterprise zones; expiration dates and renewal periods extended in certain counties and cities.
  • HJ227: National energy policy; urging President of U.S. and Congress of U.S. to adopt.
  • HJ673: Celebrating the life of Larry A. Heaton.
  • HJ827: Commending Stan Smith.
  • HB539: Private road; county ordinance may require maintenance by certain lot purchasers.
  • HB540: Construction projects; prohibits use of state or local funds if subject to project labor agreement.
  • HB541: DMV; collection of fees.
  • HB542: Highway maintenance projects; allows localities to use revenue-sharing funds.
  • HB1016: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Fund; established.
  • HB1017: Renewable energy portfolio standard program; eliminates Performance Incentive provision.
  • HB1018: Route 58 Corridor Completion Fund; created.
  • HB1037: Methamphetamine site cleanup; court shall order reasonable costs to be paid by defendant, etc.
  • HB1154: State Police, Department of; access to electronic evidence.
  • HB1262: Waterworks & Wastewater Works Operators & Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Board for; licensure.
  • HJ137: Land-disturbing activities; Secretary of Natural Resources to study modification of requirements.
  • HJ227: National energy policy; urging President of U.S. and Congress of U.S. to adopt.
  • HJ292: Commending David W. Ingram.
  • HJ308: Commending Winford Wayne Angell.
  • HJ328: Commending the Smith Mountain Lake Lions Club.
  • HJ383: Commending the Johnson sisters.
  • HJ410: Commending Terri Robertson.
  • HJ484: Celebrating the life of Bernard Henry Ferron.
  • HJ507: Commending the Smith Mountain Lake Association Water Quality Monitoring Program.
  • HR611: Commending the Reverend Judith Ellen Short.
  • HB2054: License plates, special; issuance to those celebrating Smith Mountain Lake.
  • HB2055: Statutory rules of evidence in civil actions; defines terms official publication and publish.
  • HB2056: Income tax, corporate; tax credit for travel expenses reimbursement.
  • HB2057: Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; regulation of fertilizer, penalties.
  • HB2058: Water quality reports; consolidates several reports on progress in cleaning State's impaired waters.
  • HB2123: Coal surface mining operations; authority to issue pollutant discharge elimination permits.
  • HB2124: Restaurants; State Board of Health to establish licensure fee based on size & annual gross receipts.
  • HB2125: Electric utilities; SCC to enter its final order in biennial rate review proceedings.
  • HB2471: Coal Mine Safety Act; updated to reflect current federal law and industry standards, penalty.
  • HB2472: Performance guarantees; no locality shall require those furnished include cost unless shown on plat.
  • HJ645: Local governments; procurement and sharing of technology applications, report.
  • HJ727: Celebrating the life of Posey W. Dillon.
  • HJ728: Celebrating the life of William Daniel Altice.
  • HJ729: Commending Jack Swicegood.
  • HJ730: Commending the Gretna High School softball team.
  • HJ751: Commending Janice Holland.
  • HJ944: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Willard Rhoades Finney.
  • HB802: Antique motorboats; establishes a special one-time $100 registration fee.
  • HB803: Income tax, state; green jobs tax credit.
  • HB804: Personal information; prohibits person from sending a solicitation material that includes.
  • HB805: Offshore drilling; portion of royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB806: Alternative Fuels Revolving Fund; adds improvement of infrastructure such as refueling stations.
  • HB807: Workers' compensation; insurance carriers to file proof of coverage within 30 days of inception.
  • HB855: Sex offender registry; Internet registry information system to include person wanted for crime.
  • HB1369: Secondary Street Acceptance Requirements; VDOT to reconsider.
  • HJ130: Standard software package; Sec. of Tech. to study feasibility of developing for local governments.
  • HJ258: Celebrating the life of Charles J. Davis, Jr.
  • HJ297: Commending Lester Harold Hutchinson, Jr.
  • HJ309: Celebrating the life of Rebecca Perdue Lumsden.
  • HJ312: Commending Janice Holland.
  • HJ375: Celebrating the life of Helen Hudson Shelburne
  • HJ378: Commending Alan Cantrell.
  • HJ412: Celebrating the life of Lt. Colonel Herman M. Craig, Sr., USA Ret.
  • HB759: School boards; annual report of expenditures.
  • HB1409: Electric utility rates; incentives for use of alternatives and distributed generation.
  • HB2267: Renewable energy facilities; definition.
  • HB2268: Renewable energy; definition thereof.
  • HB2269: Expenditures; annual report thereof provided by school board to be made available to public.
  • HB2270: Private residential wells; regulations shall include minimum storage capacity and yield requirement.
  • HB2271: Telephone trespass; penalty.
  • HB2272: Workers' Compensation; person contracting for subcontractor to perform work not required to insure.
  • HB2273: Driver's licenses; Commissioner of DMV to strengthen examination.
  • HB2274: Sex Offender Registry; not required to provide list of registrants' wanted offenses on Internet.
  • HB2275: Drug treatment courts; authorized for County of Franklin if funded through local sources.
  • HB2646: Betterment loans; established, eligibility therefor to repair, etc., failing onsite sewage systems.
  • HJ713: Compact fluorescent light bulb; Department of Environmental Quality to study impact of expanded use.
  • HJ784: Commending the Gretna High School football team.
  • HJ882: Commending Nicole Wimmer.
  • HJ5021: Commending the Floyd County High School girls' basketball team.
  • HB755: Deputies; personnel costs in preparation for new regional jail facility.
  • HB756: Registration fees; vehicle equipped for persons with disabilities.
  • HB757: Illegal aliens; adds presumption, subject to rebuttal, against admitting to bail any alien charged.
  • HB758: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include computers and related equipment.
  • HB759: School boards; annual report of expenditures.
  • HB1408: Betterment loans; Director of Department of Environmental Quality to determine eligibility therefor.
  • HB1409: Electric utility rates; incentives for use of alternatives and distributed generation.
  • HB1435: Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense.
  • HJ129: 25X25 Project; General Assembly to support to increase energy security.
  • HJ274: Commending the Gretna High School football team.
  • HJ525: Commending Hubert L. Quinn.
  • HJ526: Commending W. Q. Overton.
  • HJ527: Commending Alice Sigmon Hall.
  • HJ540: Commending W. Wayne Angell.
  • HJ5021: Commending the Floyd County High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ6017: Celebrating the life of Thomas Keister Greer.
  • HJ6036: Commending the Floyd County High School golf team.
  • HJ6059: Commending the Gretna High School softball team.
  • HR32: Celebrating the life of Augustus Dale Brown.