Delegate Jim LeMunyon (R-Oak Hill)

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Party
Republican
District
67: Counties of Fairfax (part) and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Education, General Laws, Transportation
Website
lemunyon.com
Copatroning Habits
63% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 64% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 65% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
17.9% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$31,089.43 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC, Inc. PAC Falmouth $11,036
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC, Inc. PAC Falmouth $6,636
Frank B Bradley business person Mechanicsville $5,000
Robert W Bailie business executive Mechanicsville $5,000
Friends of Michael Frey campaign committee Centreville $2,000
Dominion Political Action Committee PAC Richmond $1,500
Dewberry professional services firm - architecture, enginee Fairfax $1,500
Expedia, Inc. Travel WA $1,000
NOVABIZ PAC PAC Vienna $1,000
United Parcel Service PAC PAC GA $1,000

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Recent Mentions in the Media

University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily: University students develop app to increase political awareness

November 6, 2014
?The fundamental gap VotersChoice attempts to fill is a communication barrier,? Raj said. In his internship with the Del. Jim LeMunyon, R-Fairfax, in 2011, Allen said he was particularly able to see the problems of communication on the side of the ...

Cape May County Herald (press release): Why Are Things Not Working?

October 29, 2014
A letter writer from Virginia State Delegate Jim LeMunyon, wrote in response to Henninger's column: ?The federal government has grown too big to manage and too big to succeed. One example is that Virginia's local school divisions are required to send ...

The Centreville Independent: Del. LeMunyon Seeks I-66 Improvements

September 5, 2014
Del. Jim LeMunyon (R) of the 67th District which includes parts of Centreville, Chantilly and Fair Lakes, sent a letter to Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne. We are sharing the entire letter to continue the conversation about traffic ...

Patch.com: Profile: Jim LeMunyon, 67th District Delegate Candidate

September 23, 2011
Del. Jim LeMunyon (R) may have been hired by the constituents of the 67th District to represent them in Richmond for two months out of the year, but he treats it like a full-time, year-round job. "I think I'm making on an hourly basis less than minimum ...

Wall Street Journal: The Constitution and Attack of the Killer Bureaucracies

October 15, 2014
State Delegate Jim LeMunyon. Oak Hill, Va. Modern liberals loathe and fear giant corporations because of the real or imagined power they wield. The liberals' answer is to have the government take over. Thus entire industries (notably health care) are ...

These are all of the video clips of Jim LeMunyon’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 90 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB434: Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates established.
  • HB453: Income tax, corporate; exemption, filing.
  • HB788: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; out-of-state requests for records.
  • HJ499: United States Constitution; amendment.
  • HB311: Highways, bridges, ferries, rail transportation, etc.; recodifying and revising laws.
  • HB425: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership.
  • HB426: Interstate 66; CTB to include in next update certain improvements inside Capital Beltway.
  • HB427: Highways; periodic quantitative rating.
  • HB428: Registration of vehicles; false statement or affidavit and revocation.
  • HB429: License plates, special; issuance for members & former members of US Navy & their surviving spouses.
  • HB430: RS&UT; exemption increased to $50 maximum sales price of each article of school supplies.
  • HB431: Tax reform, state and local; creates joint legislative subcommittee to perform a two-year study.
  • HB432: Income tax, state; tax brackets, etc., adjusted for inflation.
  • HB433: Retail Sales and Use Tax; food purchased for human consumption.
  • HB434: Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates established.
  • HB435: Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates and income tax credits.
  • HB436: Higher educational institutions; year-round instruction.
  • HB437: Convention to amend the United States Constitution; selection and participation of Va. delegates.
  • HB438: Child custody or visitation; petition.
  • HB439: Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; applicability to Virginia citizens.
  • HB440: Income tax, state; payment of tax refunds.
  • HB453: Income tax, corporate; exemption, filing.
  • HB787: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; application to the State Corporation Commission, exemptions.
  • HB788: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; out-of-state requests for records.
  • HB789: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; participation in meetings in event of emergency, etc.
  • HB790: General Services, Department of; inventory of all real property owned by the Commonwealth.
  • HB791: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; adoption and rule enforcement, appeals.
  • HB792: Residential zoning; restrictions in Planning District 8.
  • HB793: Transportation planning; VDOT to estimate costs necessary to mitigate or ameliorate congestion.
  • HB794: Employment; nonsolicitation agreements between employers and employees.
  • HB850: Standards of Learning; Board of Education to review assessments.
  • HB851: Assault and battery; full-time or part-time employee, penalty.
  • HB859: Alternative enrollment policy; schools accredited with warning for three consecutive years, etc.
  • HB1097: Psychiatric treatment of minors; eliminates requirement that minor consent to treatment.
  • HB1190: Individual income tax credit; return of budget surplus.
  • HB1212: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; political contributions and gifts, prohibited conduct.
  • HJ23: Amendment convention; proposing amendment to United States Constitution, federal budget.
  • HJ96: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; report.
  • HJ99: Mathematics, science, etc.; Board of Education to determine need for schools.
  • HJ122: Statewide transportation technology goals and plan of action; VDOT, et al., to create, report.
  • HJ348: Celebrating the life of Bassam Khalil Abdallah.
  • HJ5217: Commending Trevor LeMaster.
  • HJ5229: MIRC; recommendations for changes to Commonwealth's Medicaid program, report.
  • HB604: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007.
  • HB1884: Highway maintenance funds; basis of allocation.
  • HB1885: Highways; VDOT to determine periodic quantitative rating on pavement condition, etc.
  • HB1886: Vehicle tire weight limitations; prohibits over-the-road operation of certain vehicles.
  • HB1887: Rail-to-Dulles Project; places limitations and conditions on expenditure of revenues of State.
  • HB1888: Income tax, state and fuels taxes; adjusted for inflation.
  • HB1889: Public schools; teacher performance indicators, etc., in personnel file shall be confidential.
  • HB1890: General Services, Department of; public access to standard vendor accounting information.
  • HB1891: Officers of election; appointment and term.
  • HB1892: Childhood sexual abuse; statute of limitations.
  • HB2002: State Inspector General; authorized to conduct review of legislative and judicial branches.
  • HB2019: Public schools; policies and regulations approved by local school board.
  • HB2020: Tolls; use of revenues.
  • HB2021: Public employment; prohibits discrimination.
  • HB2068: Public schools; reading intervention services for students in kindergarten through grade 3, etc.
  • HB2257: Property Owners' Association Act; rule enforcement.
  • HJ565: U.S. Constitution; application to Congress of United States to call an amendment convention.
  • HJ659: Constitutional amendment; registration of voters (first reference).
  • HJ753: Transportation-related facilities; Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability to study use.
  • HJ946: Celebrating the life of Rodney James Fallon.
  • HB599: Northern Virginia Transportation District; responsibilities of Department of Transportation.
  • HB600: Transportation Board; changes composition.
  • HB601: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; board membership.
  • HB602: School calendar; local school divisions to set.
  • HB603: School divisions, local; open enrollment policies.
  • HB604: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: IN REMEMBRANCE, APRIL 16, 2007.
  • HB605: Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; duty of care for board of directors.
  • HB606: Child custody; cases that award joint custody.
  • HB607: Unlawful filming of another; penalty.
  • HB608: Unlawful filming of another; creates civil cause of action for victims.
  • HB609: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; duties of regulatory boards.
  • HB610: Corporations; filing articles of dissolution.
  • HB611: Competitive Government Act; Governor requires commercial activity procured from private sector.
  • HB612: Virginia Code Commission; public comment on revision, repeal, and recodification of Code sections.
  • HB613: Public employment; prohibits discrimination.
  • HB614: Comprehensive plan; controls future land use decisions of governing body.
  • HB615: Zoning; clarifies that localities may approve by special exception all modifications to property.
  • HB616: Advertising; within the limits of the highway, increases civil penalty, localities to share penalty.
  • HB617: Grass; authorizes locality to require by ordinance that owners of certain real estate cut.
  • HB618: Soil and water conservation boards, local; appointment of members of board of directors.
  • HB619: Convention to amend US Constitution; selection and participation of Virginia delegates.
  • HB620: Information Technology and Management Internal Service Fund; established for VITA.
  • HB621: Veterans; repeals obsolete defense housing projects laws.
  • HB622: Elections; authorizes any locality to provide for party identification of candidates on ballots.
  • HB625: Transportation planning; proposed comprehensive plans in Northern Virginia.
  • HB626: Highway noise; governing body of locality may evaluate from highways it may designate for analysis.
  • HB627: Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project; use of state funds.
  • HB628: Voter registration; applicant to provide political party affiliation when registering to vote.
  • HB1277: Contractors; licensing by localities, civil penalty.
  • HJ100: U.S. Constitution; application to Congress to call constitutional convention.
  • HJ101: Public policy issues; meetings with U.S. Senate members of Va. Congressional Delegation & State.
  • HJ102: United States Constitution; applies to Congress to call an amendment convention.
  • HJ228: U.S. Constitution; Congress of U.S. to report to states on all pending applications.
  • HR9: Political robocalls; House of Delegate member to refrain from calling person on do not call listing.
  • HR596: Commending Dr. Cheryl Newton.
  • HR612: Commending the Westfield High School boys' 4 x 800 relay team.
  • HB778: Legislative Support Commission; publication of House and Senate voting records.
  • HB782: Surplus real property; DGS to inventory all real property owned and update at least annually.
  • HB784: Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deductions.
  • HB1367: Health insurance; coverage for treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB1539: Tolls on Dulles Toll Road and Dulles Greenway; requires advance approval by local government, etc.
  • HB1566: House and Senate voting records; publication on legislative electronic information system.
  • HB1998: Northern Virginia Transportation District; long-range transportation planning.
  • HB1999: Northern Virginia Transportation District; revises criteria for allocation of revenues.
  • HB2000: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority board of directors; appointments.
  • HB2001: Quiet pavement technology; requires VDOT to expedite development.
  • HB2002: Tuition, out-of-state; boards of visitors to set charges based on competitive market rates.
  • HB2003: Real property; DGS to inventory all property owned and update at least annually.
  • HB2004: Bonds; public notice issued prior to public hearing shall state use of proceeds.
  • HB2005: Firearms shows; promoter shall display materials developed by State Police at entrance.
  • HB2006: Small businesses; clarifies process review of existing regulations.
  • HB2007: Intergovernmental Cooperation, Virginia Commission on; powers and duties.
  • HB2008: School calendar; school divisions to set so first day is no earlier than fourth Monday in August.
  • HB2009: Open enrollment policy; any pupil residing in school division may attend school of choice.
  • HJ542: U.S. Constitution; application to U.S. Congress to call convention to propose an amendment.
  • HJ707: Commending the Chantilly High School Touch of Class Show Choir.
  • HR64: Clerk of House of Delegates; posting recorded votes to the legislative information system.
  • HB778: Legislative Support Commission; publication of House and Senate voting records.
  • HB779: Northern Virginia transportation projects; VDOT to evaluate and make periodic reports.
  • HB780: Open school enrollment policies; local school divisions to have policies in place by August 1, 2010.
  • HB781: School divisions, local; certain reporting requirements.
  • HB782: Surplus real property; DGS to inventory all real property owned and update at least annually.
  • HB783: Wireless telecommunications devices; prohibits talking on such device unless in hands-free mode.
  • HB784: Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deductions.
  • HB786: Polling hours; extends hours on election day.
  • HB792: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; issuance of temporary licenses, etc.
  • HB1306: Jurors; to provide identification.
  • HB1367: Health insurance; coverage for treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
  • HB1368: Vehicle engine idling; allowed for unattended motor vehicles on residential streets, exceptions.
  • HJ100: Governor's schools; Board of Education encouraged to support establishment of additional schools.
  • HJ183: Constitutional convention; urges U.S. Congress to call for purposes of amending U.S. Constitution.
  • HR2: Electronic legislative information system; Clerk of House of Delegates to post votes of members.