Delegate Clarke Hogan (R-South Boston)

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Party
Republican
District
60: Counties of Charlotte, Halifax, Nottoway (part), and Prince Edward (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Left Office
January 2010
Website
clarkehogan.com
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 86% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 63% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Recent Mentions on Blogs

What Are You Looking At?: Little Hope in Sight for Virginia <b>...</b>

March 11, 2009
On Monday, Republican Delegate Clarke Hogan announced he would retire from the House, citing the responsibilities of owning and operating a business during tough economic times. ... And House Minority Leader Del.

<b>Del</b>. <b>Clarke Hogan</b> is retiring to spend more time with his business <b>...</b>

March 9, 2009
What to make of Del. Clarke Hogan's decision not to run for reelection? The South Boston Republican is only in his fourth term, he's ascended in power quickly, he's young, and his voting record is loyally Republican.

Southside Virginia Against Uranium Mining: <b>Delegate Clarke Hogan</b> <b>...</b>

March 9, 2009
In a surprise announcement Sunday afternoon, Del. Clarke N. Hogan said he will not seek reelection to a fifth term in the House of Delegates. “There is a season for everything,” he said. Citing the responsibilities of owning ...

Blue Virginia Archive: <b>Del</b>. <b>Clarke Hogan</b> (R-60th) is Outta Here

March 9, 2009
Clarke Hogan's (R-60) retirement, see the Gazette Virginian. Also, see NLS for some fascinating background on Hogan's "bizarre" donor history. Del. Clarke Hogan (R-60th) is Outta HereTweet this! Posted by Lowell at 4:35 ...

BREAKING: <b>Clarke Hogan</b> retires | VIVIAN J. PAIGE | All Politics is <b>...</b>

March 9, 2009
I've just received word that Del. Clarke Hogan (R-60) will not run for re-election in the fall. What is going on in the RPV these days? UPDATE: Seems The Gazette Virginian got this story earlier. (via RedStorm PAC)

Recent Mentions in the Media

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These are all of the video clips of Clarke Hogan’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 14 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB641: Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; exempt from requirements of Personnel Act.
  • HB648: Health reimbursement arrangements; prohibits health insurers from canceling, etc. on certain ground.
  • HB1532: Nursing home beds; Health Commissioner may accept applications & issue certificates of public need.
  • HB2170: Fire training; training provided to be scheduled to allow person in school to complete requirements.
  • HB2172: Renewable energy sources; location of facilities for distribution of electricity, steam, etc.
  • HB2173: Utility Facilities Act; excludes certain companies from regulation as public utility, etc.
  • HB2174: Retention of energy savings by state agencies; established.
  • HB2175: Small renewable energy projects; DEQ to develop procedure permitting construction and operation.
  • HB2536: Easements; injury to servient estate.
  • HJ762: Commending the Charlotte County AAA Dixie Youth baseball team.
  • HJ1020: Commending the Phenix Volunteer Fire Department.
  • HB641: Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; exempt from requirements of Personnel Act.
  • HB642: Motor vehicles; yielding right-of-way when approaching mail delivery vehicles.
  • HB643: Air emissions; operators of major stationary sources of air pollution to comply with NAAQS.
  • HB644: Master Settlement Agreement; enforcement requirements for tobacco product manufacturers.
  • HB645: Water Protection Permit; Board to consider project as part local or regional water supply plans.
  • HB646: Electrical transmission lines; State Corporation Commission review.
  • HB647: Energy production; renewable and alternative tax credit.
  • HB648: Health reimbursement arrangements; prohibits health insurers from canceling, etc. on certain ground.
  • HB649: Motor vehicle dealers; collection of annual license and registration fees in certain localities.
  • HB650: Environmental Quality, Department of; authority of citizen boards.
  • HB1532: Nursing home beds; Health Commissioner may accept applications & issue certificates of public need.
  • HB6027: Transportation Board; may enter into fixed-price contracts for materials, etc. for construction.
  • HJ102: Health insurance; JLARC to study providing income tax credit to employers that provide to employees.
  • HJ328: Commending the Town of Phenix on the occasion of its 100th anniversary
  • HJ401: Celebrating the life of Sarah Eldred Terry.
  • HJ6037: Commending the Crossing of the Dan exhibit.
  • HB704: Firearms, discharge of, or hunting; certain local ordinances invalid.
  • HB2246: Law Officers' Retirement System; permits early retirement for any member thereof.
  • HB2247: Biofuels Incentive Grant Program; lowers eligibility requirement of volume of biofuels.
  • HB2248: Yielding right-of-way; driver to yield when approaching certain vehicles.
  • HB2249: Driver's license, restricted; allows judge to issue to person to drive to religious services.
  • HB2250: Exemption from licensing; exempts siblings of landowner from obtaining any hunting, etc. license.
  • HB2545: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include nonprofit entities.
  • HB2546: Certificate of public need; Commissioner's approval of change may increase capital expenditure.
  • HB3068: Electric utility service; advances scheduled expiration of capped rate period.
  • HJ667: Commending Mildred B. Hampton.
  • HJ710: Adult group homes; JLARC to study financial oversight therefor in state.
  • HR85: Celebrating the life of Adrian Clyde-Thomas Roberts.
  • HB690: Sewage sludge; prohibited from being stored at site where being land applied for more thn 3 days.
  • HB697: Motorcycles; proof of liability insurance to purchase.
  • HB700: Electricity; capped rates.
  • HB701: Motor carrier transportation contracts; indemnification clauses.
  • HB702: Southern Virginia Higher Education Center; changes of titles from executive director to president.
  • HB703: Law-enforcement agency; to receive recovery cost from bail bondsman when bailee is recovered thereby
  • HB704: Firearms, discharge of, or hunting; certain local ordinances invalid.
  • HB705: Firearms and hunting; prohibits locality from regulating.
  • HB706: Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; appointment of executive director.
  • HB707: Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; change in membership.
  • HB794: Firearms; forfeiture of return if serial number altered, etc.
  • HB980: Master Settlement Agreement; assignment of escrow funds to nonparticipating manufacturer.
  • HB1390: Firefighters; shall not require minor who achieved certification to repeat certification.
  • HB1391: Congenital Anomalies Reporting and Education System; secure system to be provided.
  • HJ86: Commending Angie Wilkerson.
  • HJ388: Commending Sarah Terry.
  • HJ412: Celebrating the life of John Everett Greenbacker.
  • HJ487: Commending the Randolph-Henry High School golf team.