Delegate Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach)

Photo of Ron Villanueva
21: Cities of Chesapeake (part) and Virginia Beach (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2015
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Transportation
Copatroning Habits
86% 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, 70% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
47.6% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$43,313.34 cash on hand (May 2013 report)

The former member of the Virginia Beach City Council holds a degree from Old Dominion University. He's a former member of the Coast Guard Reserve, and owns a small office supply contractor.

Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC State PAC Fredericksburg $2,500
Virginia Bank PAC Banking/Financial Glen Allen $1,000
Dominion PAC Political Action Committee Richmond $1,000
McGuireWoods PAC Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Altria Client Services Inc. Tobacco Industry Richmond $500
J. Brian Rollins Unknown Midlothian $500
VA Society of Anesthesiologists PAC Medical Richmond $500
The Virginia Coal Association PAC Energy Richmond $500
Virginia Cable Politicial Action Committee Telecommunications Richmond $500
W. Bruce Wingo Governmental Affairs Richmond $500

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Recent Mentions in the Media

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These are all of the video clips of Ron Villanueva’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 48 video clips in all.


  • HB295: Livable Home Tax Credit; increases total amount granted for program.
  • HB296: Comprehensive plans; alignment of transportation infrastructure and facilities.
  • HB477: Electronic summons system; fees.
  • HB478: Emergency custody orders; duration, extension.
  • HB479: Temporary detention; time during which a person may be held, 48 hours notice to leave facility.
  • HB480: Domestic international sales corporations (DISC); exempt from income taxation.
  • HB481: Seized drugs and paraphernalia; forfeiture to law enforcement.
  • HB482: Motor vehicle safety belts; failure to wear enforceable as a primary offense.
  • HB483: RS&UT; exemption includes sales made by a private establishment on any U. S. military base.
  • HB562: Virginia Human Rights Act; public employment, prohibited discrimination, sexual orientation.
  • HB651: Statewide Fire Prevention Code; inspection of buildings, exception.
  • HB908: Contract passenger carriers; eliminates certain requirements.
  • HB910: Renewable energy property; tax credits for placing into service.
  • HB1062: Banks; minimum capital stock requirement.
  • HB1063: Renewable energy property; tax credits for installing.
  • HB1090: Statewide transportation technology programs; STO & VDOT shall revise and update programs.
  • HB1257: Virginia Sports Authority; created.
  • HB1258: Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; expands definition of eligible business.
  • HJ42: Transportation; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study equity of funding.
  • HJ306: Celebrating the life of Thomas H. Wilson.
  • HJ324: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Sean Christopher Snyder.
  • HJ5007: Celebrating the life of Amor Villanueva Avila.
  • HJ5008: Celebrating the life of Armand James DeBellis.
  • HJ5009: Celebrating the life of Remelito B. Compuesto.
  • HJ5010: Commending Charles E. Johnson, Jr.
  • HJ5024: Commending Pharrell Williams.
  • HB334: Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses.
  • HB1519: Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1520: Absentee voting; persons eligible to vote by absentee ballot.
  • HB1521: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; designation of tourism activity zones, etc.
  • HB1522: Personal property tax; classification of motor vehicles leased by locality/constitutional officer.
  • HB1523: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes hurricane preparedness equipment.
  • HB1524: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; records of minors participating in park and recreation program.
  • HB1823: Public procurement; posting by local public bodies of procurement opportunities.
  • HB1826: Law-enforcement officers; exceptions to territorial limits.
  • HB1828: Rail transportation; DRPT to purchase land for construction of lines.
  • HB1830: State Police, Department of; accident reports may be retained in hard copy or electronic form.
  • HB2105: Junkyards; policy and definitions.
  • HB2106: Traffic regulation; conforms Title 46.2 to changes to Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
  • HB2319: Hampton Roads Sports Facility Authority; name change.
  • HB2320: Sports or entertainment arena; City of Virginia Beach may construct for professional sports teams.
  • HJ651: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HJ851: Commending Green Run High School.
  • HJ852: Commending Landstown High School.
  • HJ853: Commending Salem High School.
  • HJ854: Commending Paula Johnson.
  • HR133: Commending the Paul Harris family.
  • HB328: Uniform Statewide Building Code; online submission of building permit applications.
  • HB329: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; exemptions.
  • HB330: Transplant Council; authorized to hire its own employees, etc.
  • HB331: Obscenity; modifies educational, artistic, and theatrical exemption to obscenity laws.
  • HB332: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; general provisions applicable to penalties.
  • HB333: Economic development sites; fund for access roads.
  • HB334: Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses.
  • HB335: Income tax, state and corporate; deduction for investors in small businesses.
  • HB944: Sexually violent predators; conducting probable cause hearing.
  • HB945: Virginia Public Procurement Act; performance and payment bonds on transportation-related projects.
  • HB1193: Public procurement; posting by local public bodies of procurement opportunities.
  • HJ375: Commending the Volcom Give Jeans a Chance 2011 program in Virginia.
  • HJ5023: Commending Peter K. Mueller.
  • HR40: Celebrating the life of Jizeng Chen.
  • HB790: Defacement removal; localities to charge owners of occupied property actual cost.
  • HB1948: Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; changes requirement that data be reviewed every three years.
  • HB1949: Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business.
  • HB1950: Livable home tax credit; increases maximum amount, real estate developers eligible to receive.
  • HB1951: Public Procurement Act; raises minimum contract amount required for bid, performance, etc.
  • HB1952: Circuit courts; City of Virginia Beach to assume salaries and expenses of clerk's office.
  • HB1953: Virginia Fusion Intelligence Center; receive & integrate criminal-related intelligence information.
  • HB1954: Obscenity; modifies educational, artistic, and theatrical exemption to laws.
  • HB1955: NCMEC; law enforcement to forward digital images of child pornography to Center.
  • HB1967: Attorney fees; collection of unpaid fines, etc.
  • HB2119: Illegal gambling; amends definitions.
  • HB2120: Patriot Crossing; VDOT to review unsolicited proposal to add capacity to Intermodal Connector I-664.
  • HB2121: Substitute judges; judge of district court shall live within boundaries which he serves.
  • HB2419: Retail Sales & Use Tax; revenue distribution to certain public facilities.
  • HB2420: Televisions; prohibits use in a motor vehicle where screen is visible to driver while driving.
  • HB2493: Public officials; any person who threatens to kill or injure is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HJ618: Health insurance; small business acting collectively to obtain, report.
  • HJ937: Commending the Hampton Roads Stuff the Bus toy collection program.
  • HB787: Offshore energy resources; production & development permitted 50 miles off Atlantic shoreline.
  • HB788: HOV lanes; allows certain military personnel to use in Hampton Roads regardless of passengers.
  • HB789: Public Procurement Act; increases cost of construction for which state or local public body may use.
  • HB790: Defacement removal; localities to charge owners of occupied property actual cost.
  • HB1383: Zoning appeals, Board of; no action of board shall be valid unless authorized by majority.
  • HJ266: Commending Virginia Task Force 2.