Delegate Bill Cleaveland (R-Roanoke)

Photo of Bill Cleaveland
Party
Republican
District
17: Counties of Botetourt (part) and Roanoke (part); City of Roanoke (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2012
Website
billcleaveland.com
Copatroning Habits
69% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 100% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 68% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Recent Mentions in the Media

The Roanoke Star: Tim Kaine selects Gwen Mason for Roanoke Office

May 3, 2013
Mason was elected to Roanoke City Council in 2006 as part of the independent ?For the City? with Dave Trinkle and Alfred Dowe, Jr. In 2009 Mason ran unsuccessfully for the 17th House of Delegates seat when Delegate William Fralin retired due to work ...

Fairfaxtimes.com: 25-year-old 'Kings Dominion law' unfairly penalizes Virginia students, school ...

August 19, 2011
25-year-old 'Kings Dominion law' unfairly penalizes Virginia students, school ...Last March, Del. Bill Cleaveland (R-Roanoke) broadened that list with House Bill 1483, which allows a school system to open prior to Labor Day if it is surrounded by a neighboring school division that's also opening early. Although Cleaveland's bill ...

The Virginian-Pilot: Count absentee ballot even if voter dies, bill says

January 19, 2011
It's an inconsistency in Virginia's absentee voting law that Del. Bill Cleaveland, R-Roanoke, wants to fix during this winter's General Assembly session. "If you can't take the vote out of the machine, then it's not fair to pull the (paper) ballot of a ...and more »

Daily Press: New Virginia laws take effect July 1

June 29, 2011
The law, sponsored by Del. Bill Cleaveland, R-Roanoke, does remedy an inconsistency in voting law. He sponsored a measure that says votes cast via absentee ballots will still count even if the voter dies before Election Day. Previously, Cleaveland told ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Bill Cleaveland’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 37 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB743: Ballot security; prohibits person from reproducing or copying ballot that has been cast in election.
  • HB773: DUI laws of other states; allows analogous state laws to be used as prior DUI convictions.
  • HB1480: School calendar; opening of school year in City of Roanoke.
  • HB1481: Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc.
  • HB1482: Driver's license; use of birth registration cards to obtain.
  • HB1483: School calendar; certain school divisions granted waiver from regular opening schedule.
  • HB1568: Elections; counting absentee ballots of deceased voters.
  • HB1569: Marital debts; equitable distribution.
  • HB1570: Court fees; increases from $10 to $14 additional fees that are collected.
  • HB1571: Lawyers; client accounts.
  • HB1572: ROTC cadets, certain; cadet attending any higher educational institution shall pay in-state tuition.
  • HB1573: Castle doctrine; encodes version allowing use of deadly force against an intruder in dwelling.
  • HB2162: Mennel Milling Company; DGS to convey certain real property located in Roanoke County.
  • HB2377: Medical malpractice; privileged communications of certain committees.
  • HB2405: Certificate of analysis; blood alcohol test equipment shall be presumed to be accurate.
  • HB2423: Drunk boating; reinstates language allowing for transfer of custody of person arrested.
  • HB2511: Civil immunity; provided for persons acting in defense of property.
  • HJ695: Celebrating the life of Grover Ralph Eakin.
  • HJ710: Commending the Northside High School softball team.
  • HB741: Telephone email or texting; use of indecent or threatening language, penalty.
  • HB742: Impoundment of vehicle; driving while license suspended for DUI.
  • HB743: Ballot security; prohibits person from reproducing or copying ballot that has been cast in election.
  • HB744: Assault and battery; person bullying, etc., of student on school property punishable for assault.
  • HB768: Political contributions; prohibition during procurement process.
  • HB769: DUI; suspension of driving privilege shall run consecutively with any other court-ordered period.
  • HB770: DUI arrests; officer at a medical facility may issue summons for violation thereof, etc.
  • HB771: School calendar; opening of school year in City of Roanoke.
  • HB772: Elections; qualifications of general registrars.
  • HB773: DUI laws of other states; allows analogous state laws to be used as prior DUI convictions.
  • HB774: Va. Recreational Facilities Authority & Roanoke County; delays reversion of title to real property.
  • HB775: DUI; serious bodily injury resulting from another driving while intoxicated.
  • HB776: Locksmiths; repeals 2008 law that requires regulation thereof.
  • HB1293: Alcoholic beverage control; consumption by underaged persons accompanied by parent or guardian.
  • HB1394: Misdemeanors; appointment of counsel, imposition of penalty of incarceration in certain cases.
  • HJ246: Celebrating the life of Donald Lynn Meredith.