Delegate Jimmie Massie (R-Richmond)

Photo of Jimmie Massie
Party
Republican
District
72: County of Henrico (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2008
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Appropriations, Education, Rules
Age
56
Website
jimmiemassie.com
Copatroning Habits
82% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 70% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
30% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$75,423.16 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Bio

Private equity investor. Graduate of the University of Virginia. Married with four children.

Top 10 Donors
R. Clayton Allen attorney Richmond $2,500
Dominion PAC energy Richmond $2,500
Virginia Bank PAC financial Glen Allen $2,000
Federal Express PAC Delivery transportation TN $1,000
UPS PAC Delivery transportation GA $1,000
Genworth Financial financial Lynchburg $1,000
Virginia Automobile & Truck Dealers PAC Auto & Truck Sales and Service Richmond $1,000
Dominion PAC energy Richmond $1,000
Retail Services & Systems, Inc. wine distribution MD $1,000
Universal Leaf Tobacco Company PAC Tobacco manufacturing Richmond $1,000

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond Times-Dispatch: House committee swiftly approves budget deal

September 16, 2014
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Chris Jones speaks during a press conference on the Virginia state budget Monday, Septem, as Senate Finance Co-Chairman Chuck Colgan, Speaker Bill Howell, and Governor Terry McAuliffe listen.

Roanoke Times: House committee swiftly approves budget proposal

September 16, 2014
?Our cushion is basically gone,? warned Del. Jimmie Massie, R-Henrico County. The solution devised by McAuliffe and the assembly budget committee staffs relies on a series of reversion accounts that give state agencies, colleges and universities, and ...and more »

Bills

  • HB464: Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credits Program; claiming credits.
  • HB465: University of Virginia Board of Visitors; increases number of members on executive committee.
  • HB466: Insurance companies; permitted investments in foreign securities.
  • HB467: Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; interstate agreements.
  • HB468: Child day programs; licensure exemptions.
  • HB690: Condominium & Property Owners' Association Acts; merger of developments, reformation of declaration.
  • HB1191: Economic development incentive programs; SCT to develop & issue report on effectiveness of program.
  • HB1192: Attorney General; prosecution of certain criminal cases in circuit courts.
  • HJ158: Commending William R. Bell.
  • HJ159: Commending John E. Forrest.
  • HJ305: Commending the Virginia members of the National Football League's Super Bowl XLVIII.
  • HJ5072: Commending the University of Virginia men's basketball team.
  • HJ5209: Celebrating the life of Richard L. Sharp.
  • HJ5210: Commending the Coal Pit Learning Center.
  • HJ5211: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team.
  • HJ5212: Celebrating the life of Rives Fleming, Jr.
  • HR16: Celebrating the life of Guy Raymond Friddell, Jr.
  • HR17: Commending the Tuckahoe Little League American All-Star team.
  • HR84: Celebrating the life of Dr. Calvin Sampson Garrett, Sr.
  • HR85: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph Earl Blackburn.
  • HR112: Celebrating the life of Frances Diane Phillips.
  • HR187: Commending Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
  • HB1993: Motor vehicle rental tax; exclusions from gross rental proceeds.
  • HB1994: Virginia Public Procurement Act; contract pricing arrangements.
  • HB1995: Condominium Act; convertible land.
  • HB1996: Nonprofit organizations; tax credits for donations to those assisting low-income families, etc.
  • HB2218: Condominium Act; convertible land.
  • HJ910: Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of VA, Leap Week; designating as third full week in March 2013.
  • HR147: Celebrating the life of Raymond Wilson Tolleson.
  • HR148: Celebrating the life of Richard Watkins Wiltshire.
  • HR155: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School golf team.
  • HR218: Commending the Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of Virginia.
  • HB321: Income tax, corporate; tax credits for donations to non-profit organizations, etc.
  • HB322: Motor vehicle rental tax; exclusions from tax.
  • HB323: Bank franchise tax; apportionment.
  • HB324: Tax-supported debt; method of calculating total principal amount issued by any state agency, etc.
  • HB325: Students with autism spectrum disorders; school board to require training of personnel.
  • HB326: Proffered conditions; amendments or variations.
  • HB629: University of Virginia; increases size of board of visitors.
  • HB1152: Threat assessment teams; authorized to receive health and criminal history records of students.
  • HB1153: Income tax, state; conformity with federal law.
  • HB1235: Virginia Public Procurement Act; contract pricing arrangements.
  • HJ58: Commending the Reverend Dr. Robert D. Friend.
  • HJ5010: Commending Geline Bowman Williams.
  • HJ5011: Commending the Joseph W. Bliley Company.
  • HB597: Signing death certificates; continuing education upon receipt of three or more complaints.
  • HB1719: Vital records; certified copies for veterans or his survivor, free of charge.
  • HB1720: Autism spectrum disorder; training of teachers and aides.
  • HB1730: State Corporation Commission; moratorium on filing fees for business entities.
  • HB2314: Education Improvement Scholarships; tax credit for donations by business entities.
  • HJ776: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team.
  • HJ889: Commending Christine Loveday Hall.
  • HB581: Paraprofessional training; person seeking licensure to obtain certificate in autism disorders.
  • HB594: Revenue Stabilization Fund; establishes a mechanism to provide tax relief to taxpayers.
  • HB595: Business Assistance, Department of; transfer duties to Economic Development Partnership Authority.
  • HB596: State Corporation Commission; filing fee moratorium for new business entities.
  • HB597: Signing death certificates; continuing education upon receipt of three or more complaints.
  • HB598: Cemetery Board; exemptions.
  • HB599: Income tax, state; Public/Private Education Investment Tax Credit, created.
  • HB1395: Public-Private Acts of 1995 and 2002; certain grant agreements.
  • HJ169: Celebrating the life of Louise Hope Pitt Miller.
  • HJ187: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School boys' tennis team.
  • HJ188: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team.
  • HB1520: Sentencing order; guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor for failing to comply.
  • HB1966: Business Assistance, Department of; eliminates Department & transfers its duties.
  • HB1967: Taxpayer Surplus Relief Fund; established to provide tax relief.
  • HB1968: Sentencing order; failing to comply.
  • HB1969: Administrative Process Act; required review of feasibility of electronic submission.
  • HB2258: Organ and tissue donation; funeral homes receiving body following donation, immune from liability.
  • HB2601: Real estate tax; notice of change in assessment.
  • HJ681: Corporate income tax system; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • HJ693: Celebrating the life of Malcolm Upshur Pitt, Jr.
  • HJ696: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team.
  • HJ757: Celebrating the life of Nancy P. Thalhimer.
  • HJ818: Commending the Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital nursing team.
  • HB1520: Sentencing order; creates a Class 1 misdemeanor for failing to comply.
  • HB1521: Embalmers and funeral directors; continuing education
  • HB1522: Business Assistance, Department of; abolish & transfer duties to Economic Development Partnership.
  • HJ388: Commending the Mills E. Godwin High School girls' tennis team.