Delegate Michael Webert (R-Marshall)

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Party
Republican
District
18: Counties of Culpeper (part), Fauquier (part), Rappahannock, and Warren (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, Counties, Cities and Towns, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Age
34
Website
michaelwebert.com
Copatroning Habits
89% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 98% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 72% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
21.4% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$53,146.40 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC Fredericksburg $2,500
Dominion Political Action Committee - VA PAC Richmond $1,000
Altria Client Services Tobacco Richmond $500
Kemper Consulting Consulting Norfolk $500
Electric Cooperatives of Virginia Industry PAC Glen Allen $500
Toll Road Investors Partnership II, LP Toll Road Sterling $500
Va Society of Anesthesiologists, PAC PAC Richmond $500
Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott, LLC Attorneys PA $500
Troutman Sanders LLP Attorneys GA $500
Virginia Coal Association PAC PAC Richmond $500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

Privacy Concerns Table Search, Seizure Bill | James K Galloway

January 24, 2014
Privacy Concerns Table Search, Seizure Bill. January 24, 2014 James. Mike Webert. Del. Michael Webert (R-Marshall) sponsored a bill that would have violated consumers' Fourth Amendment rights. RICHMOND — A bill that would give Virginia police power to search private computers without a secondary search warrant was tabled after a committee ... According to Delegate Mike Webert, R-Marshall, who is chief patron of the bill, the purpose of the bill “is not more money and power.

Letter to the Editor: Vote for Webert for <b>delegate</b> | Opinion

October 22, 2013
Letter to the Editor: Vote for Webert for delegate ... However, I have had a few verbal exchanges with Michael Webert and I would like to share my observations. I approached him on the ... He indicated he would work with Del.

Colin Harris Raises More than Double his Opponent in July and <b>...</b>

September 20, 2013
Warrenton, VA – Today Colin Harris, candidate for Delegate, announced his latest fundraising numbers. After out raising Michael Webert in two other periods, Colin Harris reports he has once again outraised his opponent.

New <b>Delegate</b> Webert seeks advice from colleagues <b>...</b>

April 23, 2012
In his first term as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, Michael Webert sought advice from more experienced legislators. ... New Delegate Webert seeks advice from colleagues. Apr. 23, 2012. By Staff/Contributed Reports. By Daniel ... About Del. Webert. Born: Sept. 24, 1979, in Denver. Education: George Mason University (bachelor's degree in communication, 2010). Profession: General manager of Locust Hill Farm; owner, Black Locust Livestock Marketing & Consulting.

Virginia Farm Bureau Federation AgPAC Endorses <b>Michael Webert</b> <b>...</b>

October 8, 2011
Warrenton, VA, October 6, 2011 -- Michael Webert this week received the endorsement of Virginia Farm Bureau Federation AgPAC, the organization's political action committee, in the race for the 18th District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates. Michael Webert is among the ... Since the beginning of my campaign for Delegate, I have emphasized the importance of agriculture to our state and local economies and to the character of the 18th district. I often quote the ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Northern Virginia Daily: Business owner, former supervisor receive LFCC awards

April 18, 2014
Several legislators attended the ceremony, including Sen. Jill Holtzman Vogel, R-Upperville; Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg; Del. Michael Webert, R-Marshall; Del. Mark Berg, R-Winchester; and Del. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Woodbridge. Contact staff ...

These are all of the video clips of Michael Webert’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2013. There are 10 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB50: Search warrants; examination of object, thing, or person seized may be done in any jurisdiction.
  • HB52: Workers' compensation insurance; use of experience rating, loss limitation not-at-fault accidents.
  • HB169: Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases membership, terms of members.
  • HB337: Active Shooter Local Law-Enforcement Training Grant Fund; created.
  • HB402: Virginia Racing Commission; steeplechase race meetings, simulcast horse racing.
  • HB409: Health, Department of; onsite sewage system design, report.
  • HB849: Senate and House of Delegates districts; technical adjustments.
  • HB1066: Industry certification and state licensure examinations; substitution for S.O.L. assessments.
  • HB1193: State Water Control Board; Governor to try to ensure that membership is geographically balanced.
  • HB1241: Driver's licenses; issuance of original licenses to minors, etc.
  • HJ7: Commending Kathy Crane.
  • HJ24: General registrars; State Board of Elections to study current rate of compensation in Commonwealth.
  • HJ39: Adult abuse; Department of Social Services to study.
  • HJ287: Commending Niles Ribeiro.
  • HJ289: Celebrating the life of Roland Irvin Tapscott.
  • HJ388: Commending Wilson Clatterbuck.
  • HJ389: Celebrating the life of Eldridge Bryan Smith.
  • HJ391: Commending Carl Bailey.
  • HJ392: Commending the Fauquier Heritage and Preservation Foundation, Inc.
  • HJ442: Commending Roger Sites.
  • HR2: Celebrating the life of Nannie Vierenda Williams Dodson.
  • HR508: Commending Eddie Payne.
  • HB1382: Unemployment compensation; disqualification from benefits due to loss of license or certification.
  • HB1387: License plates, special; issuance for supporters of Washington Nationals baseball team.
  • HB1462: Land preservation tax credit; assessments of additional tax.
  • HB1572: Workers' compensation insurance; experience modification factor.
  • HB1575: Child care services and facilities; regulation in certain counties and cities.
  • HB1627: Real property; VDOT to convey a parcel of property owned by Department in Fauquier County, etc.
  • HB2036: Hunting with bow and arrow or crossbow; allows persons to hunt birds or animals on Sunday.
  • HB2037: Hunting; lawful to hunt or kill nuisance species on Sunday.
  • HB2039: Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan; added to list to receive contributions of refunds.
  • HB2050: Search and seizure of computer and contents.
  • HB2051: Charter; Town of Front Royal.
  • HB2058: Conservators of the peace, special; State-owned museums to apply for appointment by circuit court.
  • HB2200: Property Owners' Association Act; lot owner permitted to operate home-based business, etc.
  • HB2205: Virginia Public Procurement Act; qualified Virginia businesses afforded opportunity to bid.
  • HB2215: Charles K. 'Pete' Estes Memorial Bridge; designating newly replaced U.S. Route 522 bridge.
  • HJ560: Commending Ebonee Sanders.
  • HJ566: Commending the Fauquier High School Falcon Marching Band.
  • HJ612: Commending the Rose Hill Veterinary Practice.
  • HJ701: Celebrating the life of Robert Wayne Rice.
  • HJ809: Commending Lee Sherbeyn.
  • HJ810: Celebrating the life of John H. Smedley, Sr.
  • HJ862: Celebrating the life of Robyn Dobson Yovanovich.
  • HJ863: Commending Wyatt Teller.
  • HJ930: Commending the Fauquier County Sheriff's Office.
  • HJ931: Commending James P. Fisher.
  • HR151: Celebrating the life of Jackson Newbill Miller.
  • HR164: Commending Alvin Queen, Jr.
  • HR219: Commending the Fauquier County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.
  • HB368: Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credits; eligibility of certain mediators.
  • HB369: Hunting; allows any person to hunt on private lands on Sunday with permission of owner.
  • HB800: Speed limits; shall be 35 miles per hour on nonsurface treated highways.
  • HB1143: Public records; retention and destruction of original records by clerk of circuit court.
  • HB1178: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; offenders.
  • HJ82: Commending Frances Atkins Foster.
  • HJ83: Commending Peter Holland Luke.
  • HJ204: Commending the Liberty High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ274: Commending the Virginia Wine Industry on the occasion of its 250th anniversary.
  • HJ283: Celebrating the life of W. Todd Benson.
  • HJ284: Celebrating the life of George Linwood Beavers, Sr.
  • HJ289: Commending Joseph Servideo, M.D.
  • HJ367: Commending Dr. Norris Royston, Jr.
  • HJ370: Commending the Fauquier Livestock Exchange, Inc.
  • HJ444: Celebrating the life of James Willard Lineweaver.