Delegate Tim Hugo (R-Centreville)

Photo of Tim Hugo
Party
Republican
District
40: Counties of Fairfax (part) and Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2003
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Finance, Privileges and Elections, Transportation
Website
timhugo.com
Copatroning Habits
72% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 79% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 64% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
25% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$33,440.40 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Virginia Power Electric Power supplier Richmond $5,000
Virginia BankPAC Bank Glen Allen $5,000
Dominion Leadership Trust Political Campaign Committee Fredericksburg $2,500
Kruger International Inc. Furniture manufacturer WI $2,500
Virginia association of Health Plans Health Plan Association Richmond $2,163
Alpha Natural Resources Services LLC mining Abingdon $2,000
Altria Client Services Inc. Smoking materials Richmond $1,500
Community Loans of America Inc. Car Title Lending GA $1,500
Check Into Cash of Virginia LLC Check Cashing TN $1,500
Electric Cooperatives of Virginia Association of Electric Cooperatives Glen allen $1,000

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

<b>Delegate</b> Hugo Honors Robinson Secondary School <b>...</b> - <b>Tim Hugo</b>

May 12, 2014
Monday, May 12th, 2014 @ 2:33PM. May 12, 2014 (Fairfax, VA) - Yesterday, Delegate Hugo presented Lieutenant Colonel Bob Hardy with a Virginia State Flag in commemoration of Hardy's 80th birthday celebrating a lifetime of sacrifice and ...

Bill to Combat Human Trafficking Unanimously Passed <b>...</b> - <b>Tim Hugo</b>

February 11, 2014
Tuesday, February 11th, 2014 @ 4:37PM. Delegate Tim Hugo's HB485 continues his efforts to protect Virginians against human trafficking. February 11, 2014 (Richmond, VA) - Yesterday, HB485, introduced by Delegate Tim Hugo (R-40th), ...

Mental Health Reform Legislation Unanimously Passed <b>...</b> - <b>Tim Hugo</b>

February 10, 2014
February 10, 2014 (Richmond, VA) - Delegate Tim Hugo's (R-40th) HB 1268, which encourages the establishment of policies to report threatening behavior on college campuses, unanimously passed the House of Delegates.

Legislation to Add East Sea to Textbooks Passes House <b>...</b> - <b>Tim Hugo</b>

February 6, 2014
February 6, 2014 (Richmond, VA) - Today, Delegate Tim Hugo's (R-40) HB 11 passed the House of Delegates with overwhelming support by a vote of 81-15. HB 11 would require that all future textbooks (purchased after July ...

Legislation to Repeal Hybrid Tax Passes House - <b>Tim Hugo</b>

January 23, 2014
Delegate Tim Hugo. Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 @ 9:49PM. Bill would repeal $64 tax on hybrid vehicles. January 23, 2013 (Richmond, VA) - Today, the Virginia House of Delegates passed legislation that would repeal the hybrid vehicle tax ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Fairfaxtimes.com: Fairfax investigates possible voter fraud

August 26, 2014
Schoeneman said that the people in question were of diverse ages, genders and political affiliations. Republican leaders in the House of Delegates, including Centreville Del. Tim Hugo (R-Dist. 40) said in a released statement Tuesday that they are ...

These are all of the video clips of Tim Hugo’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 125 video clips in all.

Index

Bills

  • HB11: Public schools; textbooks approved by BOE to note Sea of Japan is also referred to as East Sea.
  • HB144: Higher educational institutions; admission of students domiciled in Virginia.
  • HB145: Commonwealth Transportation Board; removal of members by Governor.
  • HB146: Commonwealth Transportation Board; increases membership.
  • HB485: Abduction and prostitution offenses; administrative subpoena for electronic communication service.
  • HB486: Human trafficking of children; reports and investigation.
  • HB488: Golf carts and utility vehicles; Town of Clifton allows on their highways.
  • HB768: Liens; mechanics liens, property value.
  • HB769: Virginia Public Procurement Act; project labor agreements by certain state agencies.
  • HB770: Health benefit exchange navigator; character & reputation for honesty, background check requirement.
  • HB771: Mature driver motor vehicle crash prevention course; license renewal, reduction in rates.
  • HB774: Competitive telephone companies; regulation of local exchange companies, duties.
  • HB904: Transportation projects; notice by VDOT.
  • HB946: Workers' compensation; fee schedule for medical care services, prompt payment of bills.
  • HB949: Natural gas utilities; upstream supply infrastructure projects.
  • HB954: Mortgage loan originators; SCC authorized to issue transitional license.
  • HB995: Income, and sales and use taxes; expiration dates for various credits and exemptions.
  • HB1065: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; right of first refusal.
  • HB1179: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; proposals, emergency.
  • HB1203: Localities; provision of grievance procedure.
  • HB1239: Real and personal property taxes; exemption for solar energy equipment, facilities, or devices.
  • HB1268: Student mental health policies and procedures; violence prevention committees.
  • HJ93: Chiropractic Health Week; designating as first week in October 2014, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ94: Veterans, Virginia's; Commissioner of DVS to review current law's effectiveness in meeting needs.
  • HJ203: Commending Deb Boykin.
  • HJ240: Commending the Westfield High School field hockey team.
  • HJ241: Commending Novant Health.
  • HJ376: Commending Melinda Duncan.
  • HJ5067: Commending Joan Rogers.
  • HJ5094: Commending Robert Hardy.
  • HJ5106: Commemorating the actions of Company I, 155th New York Volunteer Infantry during Civil War battle.
  • HJ5168: Commending the Westfield High School girls' lacrosse team.
  • HJ5169: Commemorating the actions of Company I, 155th New York Volunteer Infantry.
  • HR52: Commending Deb Boykin.
  • HR88: Commending the Westfield High School marching band.
  • HR89: Commending the Centreville High School football team.
  • HB1070: All-terrain and utility vehicles; expands definition.
  • HB1077: Day labor centers; use of E-Verify program.
  • HB1078: Deferred Retirement Option Program; Fairfax County to exclude elected officials from participating.
  • HB1079: Cigarette tax; prohibits locality from restricting owner from transferring stamped cigarettes.
  • HB1080: Student discipline; parental notification.
  • HB1081: Cigarettes; repeals statute authorizing localities in administering and enforcing local taxes.
  • HB1605: Students; admission of those domiciled in State at higher educational institutions.
  • HB1606: Prostitution; solicitation of a minor, penalty.
  • HB1607: Property and casualty insurance policies; electronic notices, etc.
  • HB1608: All-terrain vehicle and utility vehicle; revises definitions.
  • HB1609: Higher education; mental health treatment coordination for certain students.
  • HB1610: Financial institutions; identification of joint accounts.
  • HB1611: Onsite sewage systems; inspections shall be required only once every two years rather than annually.
  • HB1612: Workers' compensation; fee schedule for medical care services and prompt payment.
  • HB1613: State depositories; exempt deposits.
  • HB1624: Virginia Public Procurement Act; contracts with state agencies for transportation facility, etc.
  • HB1677: Transportation funding; elimination and increasing certain taxes.
  • HB1731: Self storage units; procedure for lessors to sell self storage insurance for personal property.
  • HB2135: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; exclusions and prohibited practices.
  • HJ608: Pakistan Independence Day; designates as August 14, in 2013 and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HB1066: Absentee voting; unlawful to notify a voter that his ballot rejected until polls have closed.
  • HB1067: Virginia Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution.
  • HB1068: Real estate tax; commercial and industrial property in localities in Northern Virginia.
  • HB1069: Primary elections; adds party affiliation to application when registering to vote.
  • HB1070: All-terrain and utility vehicles; expands definition.
  • HB1071: Alternative onsite sewage system; owner exempt from requirements for operation and maintenance.
  • HB1072: Motor vehicle emissions inspections; privatizes services now provided by DEQ, etc.
  • HB1073: Residential rental properties; appeal of real property assessments, fair market value.
  • HB1074: Prostitution; Class 1 misdemeanor for solicitation from a minor.
  • HB1075: Hospital discharge procedures; community services boards to provide information on certain services.
  • HB1076: Special use permit; locality may require permit for storage or disposal of certain waste.
  • HB1077: Day labor centers; use of E-Verify program.
  • HB1078: Deferred Retirement Option Program; Fairfax County to exclude elected officials from participating.
  • HB1079: Cigarette tax; prohibits locality from restricting owner from transferring stamped cigarettes.
  • HB1080: Student discipline; parental notification.
  • HB1081: Cigarettes; repeals statute authorizing localities in administering and enforcing local taxes.
  • HB1082: Recordation tax; eliminates exemption for certain deeds of trust securing a refinanced obligation.
  • HB1083: In-state students; admission at certain higher educational institutions.
  • HB1084: Voter identification requirements; provisional ballot to be offered if voter has no photo ID.
  • HB1085: Persons entitled to register and vote; person shall be deemed a resident of State.
  • HJ142: Asian Lunar New Year Day; designates day designated as new year on Asian lunar calendar 2012.
  • HJ144: Small Business Day; designating as September 21, 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ145: Preeclampsia Month; designating as May 2012, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ162: Commending Kate Trussell.
  • HJ163: Commending the Centreville High School football team.
  • HJ164: Commending Margaret A. Focarino.
  • HJ490: Celebrating the life of Alicia Marie Lannes.
  • HJ524: Celebrating the life of Paul Schratwieser.
  • HJ5012: Commending Jamieson Alexander Ledoux.
  • HJ5013: Commending John Marshall Bank.
  • HJ5017: Celebrating the life of Captain Carroll LeFon, USN (Ret.).
  • HR73: Commending the Battlefield High School marching band.
  • HB1015: Telecommuting & alternative work schedules; Secretary of Administration shall measure effectiveness.
  • HB1019: Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution.
  • HB1020: Loitering; locality may prohibit congregating around any public place for purposes of solicitation.
  • HB1024: Funeral services; designation of authorized persons to make arrangements.
  • HB1274: Energy mandates; SCC and JLARC to prepare an assessment of economic impact on customers.
  • HB1412: Vehicles damaged by water; increases threshold for reporting water damage, etc.
  • HB1898: Abduction of minors; for sexual purposes, penalty.
  • HB1899: Real property tax assessment; partial exemption for certain improvements.
  • HB1900: Compton Road; designating as Virginia byway in Fairfax County.
  • HB1901: Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited sale of prepackaged alcoholic beverages containing caffeine.
  • HB1902: Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution.
  • HB1903: Temporary transport license plates; use of print-on-demand program for delivery to dealers, etc.
  • HB1904: License plates; issuance to persons delivering unladen vehicles.
  • HB1905: Child day programs; exemption from licensure requirements.
  • HB2052: Labor organization representation; right to vote by secret ballot.
  • HB2053: Higher educational institutions; board of visitors set rules so 75% enrolled be Virginia domiciles.
  • HB2366: Out-of-state trust institutions; any national bank to serve as trustee without office in State.
  • HB2367: Telecommunications services; eliminates certain requirements.
  • HB2492: Onsite sewage systems; certain owners may be exempt from requirements for operation and maintenance.
  • HB2512: State employee health insurance plan; coverage for autism spectrum disorder.
  • HJ827: Commending Dan Howard.
  • HJ833: Commending the Operation Pedro Pan Exodus on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ861: Celebrating the life of Merrill Sickles, Jr.
  • HJ912: Commending William and Philomena O'Connell.
  • HB980: HOV lanes; extends date for use by vehicle with clean special fuel license plates.
  • HB981: Income tax, state; deduction for military retirement pay.
  • HB982: Precious metals dealers; penalties for violation of law.
  • HB1015: Telecommuting & alternative work schedules; Secretary of Administration shall measure effectiveness.
  • HB1016: Higher Education, State Council of; abolished.
  • HB1017: Lyme disease; required to be reported to Board of Health and prescription for long-term use.
  • HB1018: Insurance policies; repeals a provision for countersignature requirements.
  • HB1019: Public Procurement Act; alternative dispute resolution.
  • HB1020: Loitering; locality may prohibit congregating around any public place for purposes of solicitation.
  • HB1021: State Asset Maximization Commission; created.
  • HB1022: RPS program; electric utility to receive triple credit when energy derived from offshore wind.
  • HB1023: General Assembly Personnel Act; created.
  • HB1024: Funeral services; designation of authorized persons to make arrangements.
  • HB1025: Medical assistance services; provision of speech-language therapy.
  • HB1026: Higher educational institutions; certain governing bodies to establish rules to increase domiciles.
  • HB1220: Stormwater management regulations; changes effective date that establishes local program criteria.
  • HB1246: Public utilities; limits disclosure requirement for any officer or director.
  • HB1274: Energy mandates; SCC and JLARC to prepare an assessment of economic impact on customers.
  • HB1336: Commercial dumpsters; VDOT shall issue permits for temporary placement in residential neighborhoods.
  • HJ143: Commending Mountain View High School.
  • HJ317: Commending Farooq Akbar, M.D.
  • HB1009: Real estate taxes; assessments, bills, and deferral by localities.
  • HB2470: Northern Virginia Transportation District Fund; dedication of state matching funds.
  • HB2471: Freedom of Information Act; disclosure of names of teachers not required in response to request .
  • HB2472: Short-term rental property; definition/removes daily rental property defin. from merchants' capital.
  • HB2473: Public use; term to include public libraries for purposes to prohibit loitering on grounds.
  • HB2474: Planning time for school teachers; Superintendent to ensure elementary school teachers are provided.
  • HB2475: Higher educational institutions; at least 75% of students admitted be Virginia domiciles.
  • HB2476: HOV lanes; extend sunset provision allowing those vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plate.
  • HB2477: Popes Head Road; designating as State byway in Fairfax County.
  • HB2478: Infectious disease presumption; emergency declaration by Governor.
  • HB2479: Real property tax rate; reduces tax imposed on commercial property in Northern Virginia.
  • HB2480: Real property tax; commercial property in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads.
  • HB2605: Driver training programs; transfers to DMV responsibility therefor established for public schools.
  • HB2606: Farm wineries; county operating under urban county executive form of government to impose limits.
  • HB2607: Communications sales and use tax; distributions to Bath County and Town of Clifton.
  • HB2608: State employees; Secretary of Administration to measure effectiveness of telecommuting, etc.
  • HJ888: Celebrating the life of Lance Corporal Daniel Ryan Bennett.
  • HJ968: Commending Team Fairfax.
  • HJ1021: Commending Upward Basketball.
  • HB1009: Real estate taxes; assessments, bills, and deferral by localities.
  • HB1010: Illegal aliens; ineligibility for in-state tuition and educational benefits.
  • HB1011: Higher educational institutions; admission of in-state students.
  • HB1012: Towing; regulations for those seeking tow truck authorization documents and provisional changes.
  • HB1013: Newman Road; designating as State byway in Fairfax County.
  • HB1014: High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; use by vehicles bearing special fuel vehicle license plates.
  • HB1015: Motor vehicle air conditioners; allows explosive, flammable, or toxic refrigerants.
  • HB1016: Deer; Department of Game and Inland Fisheries to allow killing thereof over bait.
  • HB1017: Telework Promotion and Broadband Assistance, Office of; established, report.
  • HB1018: Telecommuting; definition.
  • HB1019: Telecommuting; state agencies to keep savings.
  • HB1020: Freedom of Information Act; electronic meetings of interim study committees.
  • HB1021: Telecommuting; establishes goal for state agencies.
  • HB1022: Disabled parking; amends definition.
  • HB1243: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • HB1244: Driver training schools & instructors; changes terminology required to pass DMV instruction course.
  • HB1245: Driver's license; certain restrictions for first-time applicants failing behind wheel three times.
  • HB1246: Retail Sales and Use Tax; taxability of certain transactions by government contractors.
  • HB1247: Income tax, state; indexes to rate of inflation amount in income tax brackets for tax rates, etc.
  • HB1248: Illegal alien; concealing or transporting, penalty.
  • HB1249: Unfair employment practices; discharging employees when unauthorized aliens are employed.
  • HB1433: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for telecommunication companies.
  • HB1434: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include Energy Star-rated light bulbs.
  • HB1540: Driver training schools; regulation by Department of Motor Vehicles.
  • HB1541: Vehicle protection product warranties; establishes requirements regarding provision thereof.
  • HJ116: Energy-efficient office buildings and public buildings; joint subcommittee to study option therefor.
  • HJ138: Celebrating the life of Mary Coyle.
  • HJ173: Consumers; joint subcommittee to study access to credit in State.
  • HJ557: Commending Mohammed Odeh Al-Rehaief.
  • HJ595: Celebrating the life of Alec T. Monroe.
  • HB1240: State employees; effectiveness of alternative work schedule and telecommuting policy.
  • HB1243: Electronic voting equipment; State Board of Elections to design pilot program.
  • HB1245: Telephone and telegraph line installation; restoring condition of surface of private property.
  • HB1246: Driver's licenses; first-time applicants to complete approved driver education program.
  • HB1250: Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deduction.
  • HB1254: Outdoor advertising structures; adjustment or relocation thereof.
  • HB1595: License taxes; repeals those that are local.
  • HB1599: Cigarette tax; localities evidence of payment.
  • HB2116: Alcoholic beverage control; adds a meal-assembly kitchen license.
  • HB2126: Telephone party lines; repeal of punishments for misuse.
  • HB2127: Real property; requires localities to provide individual notice to each taxpayer of certain rates.
  • HB2128: Billboard signs; adjustment or relocation thereof.
  • HB2129: Towing and Recovery Operators, Board for; review of contracts.
  • HB2130: Virginia Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Grant Program; created.
  • HB2131: Charter; Town of Clifton.
  • HB2132: HOV lanes; extends sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean special fuel vehicle license plates.
  • HB2133: Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deduction.
  • HB2134: Students, admission of; rules to be established requiring 75% thereof be domiciles.
  • HB2135: Collection of taxes; prohibits Department of Taxation from engaging debt collectors outside Dept.
  • HB2696: Electronic voting equipment; requirements for vendors seeking Board of Elections certification.
  • HB2697: Elections; recount procedures.
  • HB2698: Northern Virginia Transportation District Fund; dedication of matching funds.
  • HB2699: Retail Sales and Use Tax; portion of state's general fund share to be dedicated to WMATA.
  • HB2700: Driver's licenses; first-time applicants prove they completed an approved driver education program.
  • HB2701: Driver's permits, temporary; 90-day limitation does not apply to first-time drivers pending court.
  • HB2702: Driver training school and instructor; changes terms, and requires passing of DMV course.
  • HB2703: Transportation District Programs, and Transportation Projects Fund; created.
  • HB2704: Retail sales and use tax; portion dedicated for transportation.
  • HB2705: Recordation tax; dedicated for transportation.
  • HB2706: Transportation District Programs, and Transportation Investment Fund; created.
  • HB2707: Electronic voting equipment; requirements and recount procedures.
  • HB2708: Net energy metering; purchase of excess electricity generated by eligible customer-generator.
  • HB2737: Vote-counting machines; Board of Elections to conduct postelection audits.
  • HB3172: Standards of Learning; waiver requirements for certain students.
  • HB3173: United States flag; rules and regulations for displaying on interstate highways.
  • HJ632: Korean American Day; designating as January 13, 2007, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ711: Workforce housing; Housing Commission to study initiatives for employers to provide employees.
  • HJ712: Driver education programs; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of privatizing in public schools.
  • HB1239: State-owned buildings; agency heads to establish process of identification of individuals therein.
  • HB1240: State employees; effectiveness of alternative work schedule and telecommuting policy.
  • HB1241: Office space; Sec. of Administration determine actual utilization thereof in all state buildings.
  • HB1242: Surveys and questionnaires; certain requirements for public school students.
  • HB1243: Electronic voting equipment; State Board of Elections to design pilot program.
  • HB1244: Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Grant Program Fund; created.
  • HB1245: Telephone and telegraph line installation; restoring condition of surface of private property.
  • HB1246: Driver's licenses; first-time applicants to complete approved driver education program.
  • HB1247: Institution of Higher Education; to est. admissions policies to prohibit geographic discrimination.
  • HB1248: HOV lanes; eliminates sunset provision for vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plates.
  • HB1249: Household goods carriers; allowed to offer binding estimates, etc.
  • HB1250: Income tax, state; indexing rates, filing thresholds, personal exemptions, and standard deduction.
  • HB1251: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain contractors.
  • HB1252: Sex crimes against children; mandatory minimum term of confinement for certain offenses.
  • HB1253: Voter registration; adds party affiliation to information that applicant is asked to provide.
  • HB1254: Outdoor advertising structures; adjustment or relocation thereof.
  • HB1255: Department of Corrections; privatization of food service.
  • HB1256: Storyteller Laureate; created.
  • HB1257: Transportation Investment Bond Act of 2006; created.
  • HB1258: Towing & Recovery Operators, Board of; regulation of towing storage, and recovery of vehicles.
  • HB1595: License taxes; repeals those that are local.
  • HB1596: Higher Educational Institutions; admission of in-state students.
  • HB1597: Blue Star Memorial Highway.
  • HB1598: Elections; adds one hour that polls are open for voting.
  • HB1599: Cigarette tax; localities evidence of payment.
  • HB5035: Recordation tax; dedicated for transportation and creates transportation district programs.
  • HB5036: Retail Sales and Use Tax; portion dedicated for transportation and creates trans. district programs.
  • HB5037: Insurance license tax revenue; dedicated for transportation and creates trans. district programs.
  • HB5038: Retail Sales and Use Tax; portion dedicated for transportation and creates trans. district programs.
  • HB5039: Retail Sales and Use Tax; dedicate portion of state's general fund share to WMATA.
  • HB5095: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority(WMATA); dedication of state matching funds thereto.
  • HJ144: State employees; joint subcommittee to study ways to enhance telework opportunities therefor.
  • HJ307: Commending Bud R. Calvert.
  • HJ333: Commending Mike Campbell.
  • HJ455: Commending James C. Chesley.
  • HJ531: Commending the Centreville Historic Work Group.
  • HJ5082: Celebrating the life of Duane Heisinger.
  • HJ5083: Celebrating the life of Michael E. Garbarino.
  • HJ5112: Commending Ron Koch.