Delegate Ed Scott (R-Culpeper)

Photo of Ed Scott
Party
Republican
District
30: Counties of Culpeper (part); Madison, and Orange [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources (Chair), Appropriations, Science and Technology, Transportation
Age
49
Website
delegateedscott.com
Copatroning Habits
76% 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, 67% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
46.7% in 2013
Recent Mentions in the Media

The Daily Progress: State cuts to delay opening of Culpeper's women's prison indefinitely

October 17, 2014
State cuts to delay opening of Culpeper's women's prison indefinitelyDelegate Ed Scott, R-Madison said this decision will affect 119 local positions and that officials could delay the opening of the facility indefinitely. ?There will be some opportunities offered for relocation, but with the Department of Corrections ...and more »

Roanoke Times: Outdoors: New rules for muzzleloaders concern garb, gun

October 21, 2014
Muzzleloader hunters can try something wildly new and challenging this fall in Virginia. They can pursue deer with a muzzleloading pistol. With little hype, the 2014 Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that adds pistols to the list of firearms ...

The Daily Progress: First gay couple married Monday in Culpeper

October 7, 2014
"Today, we have taken a major step toward Jefferson's ideal that all men are created equal," he said. Virginia Del. Ed Scott, R-Madison, said he supports and voted for the law and constitutional amendment that declared marriage to be between one man ...

These are all of the video clips of Ed Scott’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 104 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB122: Autocycle; defines a new class of vehicle and provides for examination of drivers, fees, etc.
  • HB123: Petroleum transport vehicles; amber warning lights allowed when parked or delivering products.
  • HB127: Muzzleloading pistols; persons allowed to hunt big game with pistols in certain seasons.
  • HB128: Grass and weeds; adds Towns of Front Royal & Gordonsville to list authorized to require cutting.
  • HB165: Charter; Town of Culpeper.
  • HB166: Inoperable, abandoned, and salvage vehicles; salvage vehicle dealers.
  • HB260: Property Owners' Association Act; association charges.
  • HB261: Stormwater management program; regulations, single family residence.
  • HB262: Local boards; appointment of members of boards of supervisors.
  • HB263: License plates; repeals issuance to members of certain armed forces.
  • HB415: Truck cranes; permits authorizing operation over highways for those that exceed maximum weight.
  • HB509: Specialized construction equipment; Commissioner of Highways may issue permits for operation.
  • HB654: Wetland and stream mitigation banks; hydrologic unit boundaries.
  • HB655: Menhaden fishery; extends sunset provision for management of fishery.
  • HB1074: Va. Racing Commission; transfers responsibility for Commission to Sec. of Agriculture & Forestry.
  • HB1121: Game and Inland Fisheries, Board of; changes criteria for appointments.
  • HJ258: Commending Jeffrey Clore Early.
  • HB798: Salvage vehicles; consumer awareness of issues that may occur from purchasing at auction.
  • HB799: Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund.
  • HB1473: Concession stands at youth athletic activities; exempt from regulations applicable to restaurants.
  • HB1474: Grass & weeds; adds Town of Orange to list of localities authorized to require cutting on property.
  • HB1475: Motorcycle titling; purchase of new motorcycles for parts.
  • HB1476: Motorcycle rider safety training centers; requires motorcycles supplied to meet certain criteria.
  • HB1726: Non-gravel effluent drain systems for onsite sewage systems; regulations.
  • HB1757: Wetland and Stream Replacement Fund; established.
  • HB2254: Menhaden fish; allowable catch for those landed in State, report. Emergency.
  • HJ763: Commending the Town of Gordonsville.
  • HJ772: Commending the Rapidan Volunteer Fire Department.
  • HJ824: Commending The Montpelier Foundation.
  • HJ888: Commending the Madison County Rescue Squad.
  • HJ889: Commending Marjorie Lamar.
  • HJ890: Commending Paul Coates.
  • HB292: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; increases membership of board of directors.
  • HB293: Dam safety; consultation with Department of Emergency Management.
  • HB294: Public libraries; qualifications of librarian, use of state funds.
  • HB295: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in Culpeper County.
  • HB296: Charter; Town of Gordonsville.
  • HB297: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; increases charge for rules violations.
  • HB298: Machinery and tools tax; classifies car washing businesses as separate class of property.
  • HB299: Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset date for exemption of certain educational materials.
  • HB300: Beehive Grant Fund and Beehive Grant Program; created.
  • HB301: Cool-season lawn and turf seed; permits sale of after completion of required germination test.
  • HB302: Environmental laboratory certification program; exempts certain laboratories.
  • HB303: Overweight permits; Issuance for haulers of farm animal feed.
  • HB798: Salvage vehicles; consumer awareness of issues that may occur from purchasing at auction.
  • HB799: Wetlands and streams; water protection permits, conditions for contribution to Board-approved fund.
  • HB1237: Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties.
  • HJ172: Horse racing industry; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HJ492: Commending Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield, Inc.
  • HR518: Commending Madison Emergency Services Association.
  • HB632: Income tax, corporate and state; credit for land conservation.
  • HB1451: Transient occupancy and food and beverage taxes; adds Madison County to those that may impose.
  • HB1452: Transient occupancy tax; adds Counties of Madison, etc., to list of localities that may impose.
  • HB1558: Overweight farm machinery, etc.; prohibits operation on any Interstate Highway System component.
  • HB1559: Audiologists; those with doctoral degree shall not be required to pass exam to obtain a license.
  • HB1827: Overweight permits; issuance for operation of certain vehicles used for hauling farm animal feed.
  • HB1828: Virginia Pollution Abatement Permit; inspection requirements.
  • HB1829: Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board; increases voting membership.
  • HB1830: Resource management plans; effect of implementation, exclusions.
  • HB1831: Fertilizer; regulation of application and labeling.
  • HB1832: Virginia Racing Commission; authorized restricted wagering facilities, penalty.
  • HB1833: Alcoholic beverage control; annual fee for brewery licenses.
  • HB1834: Statewide Fire Prevention Code; permissible fireworks.
  • HB2128: License plates, special; increases number of prepaid applications DMV must receive to issue.
  • HB2494: Standards for Accreditation; any school board may seek approval of alternative plan for its schools.
  • HJ516: Celebrating the life of Lynwood Leonard Coiner, Jr.
  • HJ810: Celebrating the life and accomplishments of John Preston Hill.
  • HB630: Wine and beer; licensee may ship through approved fulfillment warehouse.
  • HB631: Commonwealth Transportation Commissioner; advertising for bids.
  • HB632: Income tax, corporate and individual; credit for land conservation.
  • HB633: Conflict of Interests Act; prohibited conduct relating to contracts, exceptions.
  • HB634: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; exceptions from licensure.
  • HB635: Subdivision of land; dividing lot for sale or gift may include family member's spouse.
  • HB810: Vehicle lengths; increases triple saddle mount combination vehicles.
  • HB1247: Real property tax classifications; Culpeper County permitted different tax rate on improvements.
  • HB1277: Vehicle registration; limits certain exemptions to pickup and panel trucks, etc.
  • HB1309: Public Procurement Act; procurement of certain professional services by Transportation Commissioner.
  • HJ95: Virginia Farm-to-School Week; designating as second full week of November 2010.
  • HJ358: Celebrating the life of Charles Harmon Robson, Jr.
  • HB2070: Classroom placement of twins or multiples; school board to develop policies to allow parental input.
  • HB2071: Licensed farm wineries; restrictions on activities.
  • HB2072: Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, etc., Board for; exemptions from licensure.
  • HB2073: Weight limit extension; vehicles using an auxiliary power unit or idle reduction technology.
  • HB2074: Wastewater treatment plant; Board to accept petition from facility subject to waste load allocation.
  • HB2075: Overweight/oversize vehicle permits; violation of terms and conditions thereof does not invalidate.
  • HB2178: Possession of ammunition by convicted felons; prohibited.
  • HB2179: Trials; credit for time spent in confinement discretionary with court.
  • HB2534: License plates, special; issuance to veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom, etc.
  • HB2604: Racing Commission; advance deposit account wagering.
  • HJ761: Commending the Town of Culpeper on the occasion of its 250th anniversary.
  • HJ962: Commemorating the life of Zachary Taylor on the 225th anniversary of his birth.
  • HB38: Incarcerated persons; court orders credit for time served in jail pending trial.
  • HB110: Trucks; maximum allowable weights of vehicle combinations.
  • HB111: Highway systems; revenue-sharing funds therefor in certain counties, cities, and towns.
  • HB722: School boards; policies for classroom placement of twins or higher order multiples.
  • HB723: Resources Authority; authorized to finance park and recreation projects.
  • HB724: Absentee voting; electoral board may delay opening voter precinct.
  • HB725: Equine dental technicians; practice of equine dentistry under supervision of licensed veterinarian.
  • HB726: Conditional zoning; purchase of development rights.
  • HB727: Natural resources funding; allocates annually percentage of revenue generated by sales & use tax.
  • HB728: Health insurance; State Corporation Commission to develop uniform group application form.
  • HB729: Marriage license; marriage record prepared includes portion of social security number of each party.
  • HB954: Conditional zoning; purchase of development rights.
  • HB1399: Alcoholic beverage control; farm wineries.
  • HJ131: Plumbing Industry Week; designating as April 27 through May 3, 2008.
  • HJ323: Commending the Graves family.
  • HJ5003: Celebrating the life of George Plummer Beard, Jr.
  • HB644: Equine dentistry; provides exception from practice of veterinary medicine for practice thereof.
  • HB1674: Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset provision for free distribution of educational materials.
  • HB1675: Revenue-sharing funds; may be used to construct, etc. highway system located between localities.
  • HB2362: Taxes and license fees; law-enforcement officials, etc., exempted therefrom for one vehicle.
  • HB2363: Equine dental technicians; required to register with Board of Medicine.
  • HB2364: Magistrates; required to deliver copy of any criminal warrant issued at request of citizen to State.
  • HB2365: Dog collar; person guilty of misdemeanor if takes an electronic or radio transmitting one from dog.
  • HB2366: Water systems; Board of Health to implement chronically noncompliant systems.
  • HB3038: Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony is to be admitted during jury hearing.
  • HB3062: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include nonprofit entities, audit requirements.
  • HJ868: Commending Phyllis Highland and the Outreach Committee of Shady Grove Baptist Church.
  • HB644: Equine dentistry; provides exception from practice of veterinary medicine for practice thereof.
  • HB645: Motor vehicle; impoundment for eluding police.
  • HB646: DMV; access to records for person applying for volunteer vehicle operator with Civil Air Patrol.
  • HB647: Solid waste management plans; units to maintain recycling and target rates.
  • HB648: Operation of government stores; ABC Board to appoint holder of distiller's license as agent of Bd.
  • HB649: Alcoholic beverage control; creation of specialty gourmet shop license
  • HB650: School buses; maximum speed limit allowed.
  • HB681: Highway improvements; expands present revenue-sharing fund program.
  • HB1454: Wetlands and stream restoration; companies to file erosion & sediment control specifications.
  • HB1571: Referendum elections; provide for preparation and printing of explanation for each question thereof.
  • HB5050: Highway funding; amends law governing revenue-sharing funds.
  • HB5071: Maintenance and asset management; clarifies definition thereof.
  • HJ72: Innocents Day; designating as December 28, 2006, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ73: Constitution Day; designating as September 17, 2006, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ82: Celebrating the life of Giles Henry Miller, Jr.
  • HJ233: Commending Epiphany Preschool on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
  • HJ5078: Commending the Culpeper County High School Band.
  • HJ5158: Celebrating the life of Private First Class Edwin Anthony Andino II.
  • HR12: Constitution Day; reaffirms General Assembly's commitment thereto.