Delegate Todd Gilbert (R-Woodstock)

Photo of Todd Gilbert
Party
Republican
District
15: Counties of Page, Rockingham (part), Shenandoah, and Warren (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Courts of Justice, General Laws (Chair), Militia, Police and Public Safety
Copatroning Habits
84% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 92% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 71% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
8.3% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

wtkr.com: House leadership asks Va. Delegate Rick Morris to resign following domestic assault charges

September 24, 2016
RICHMOND, Va. - Several leaders from the Virginia House of Delegates have asked Delegate Rick Morris to step down after he was arrested Tuesday and again on Thursday in relation to a domestic incident. Virginia House of Delegates Speaker William J.Virginia House leaders call for Del. Rick Morris to resign following assault chargesVirginian-PilotGOP leaders ask Suffolk delegate to resign in wake of chargesThe Daily ProgressVa. House leaders call for resignation of delegate charged with assaulting relativesWashington PostDaily Press -Roanoke Times -WWBT NBC12 Newsall 50 news articles »

Suffolk News-Herald: Delegate Morris won't resign, attorney says

September 27, 2016
Delegate Morris won't resign, attorney saysDelegate Rick Morris will not resign as he defends himself against charges of abusing his wife and a child, his attorney said Tuesday. Morris was set for arraignment in Suffolk Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Tuesday morning. He did not appear ...and more »

Progress Index: State Delegates visit Chesterfield Jail to Seek Solution to Heroin Epidemic

September 8, 2016
Majority Leader Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights), Deputy Majority Leader Todd Gilbert (R-Shenandoah), Delegate Rob Bell (R-Albermarle), and Delegate Scott Garrett (R-Lynchburg) were guided by Sheriff Karl Leonard for a two-hour visit, including an hour ...

Virginian-Pilot: Del. Todd Gilbert: Let's see how ethics law works before making big ...

February 15, 2016
Del. Todd Gilbert: Let's see how ethics law works before making big ...A bill that cleared the state Senate Monday backtracks on some changes lawmakers made to Virginia's ethics law last year to avoid scandals like the one ...and more »

Il Sussidiario.net: Beverly Hills Cop III/ Sul Nove il film con Eddie Murphy, l'ultima pellicola della trilogia

September 25, 2016
Beverly Hills Cop III/ Sul Nove il film con Eddie Murphy, l'ultima pellicola della trilogiaSappiamo perfettamente come Foley abbia la tendenza di decidere come agire di testa propria, all'insaputa del suo superiore, l'Ispettore Douglas Todd (Gilbert R. Hill), il nostro protagonista ha deciso di intervenire solo con la propria squadra, senza ...

These are all of the video clips of Todd Gilbert’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 245 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB765: Assault and battery against a family or household member; first offense, enhanced penalties.
  • HB768: Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course.
  • HB765: Assault and battery against a family or household member; first offense, enhanced penalties.
  • HB766: Concealed handguns; carrying with a valid protective order.
  • HB767: Assault and battery against a family or household member; eliminates deferral and dismissal.
  • HB768: Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course.
  • HB769: Statute of limitations; sexual crimes against minors.
  • HB770: Conditional zoning; provisions applicable to all rezoning proffers, definitions.
  • HB771: Asset forfeiture; seizure of property, report.
  • HB772: Shenandoah County Farm; authorizes conveyance of farm near Maurertown to County of Shenandoah.
  • HB773: Government Nondiscrimination Act; created.
  • HB774: Conditions of release; pretrial services agency.
  • HB776: Conditions of release; pretrial services agency.
  • HB779: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; required filings for multiple positions.
  • HB780: Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; technical amendments.
  • HB867: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exemption related to mandatory disclosures.
  • HB868: Lobbyist disclosure; definition of procurement transaction.
  • HB889: Lobbyist disclosure; filing and inspection.
  • HB890: Candidates; filing of statements of economic interests.
  • HB891: Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government and General Assembly; definition of gift.
  • HB892: Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council; required information on disclosure forms.
  • HB1087: Protective order; violation of order, possession of a firearm or other deadly weapon, penalty.
  • HB1361: Lobbyist reporting; disclosure of certain persons attending entertainment events prohibited.
  • HB1362: Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly, etc.; lobbyist reporting.
  • HJ113: Celebrating the life of Jerry Paul Miller.
  • HJ384: Commending Central High School.
  • HB707: Digital impersonation; penalty.
  • HB1238: Virginia Public Procurement Act; disclosure of cost estimates in solicitations prohibited.
  • HB1633: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exemption for certain health records.
  • HB1833: Naloxone; administration by law-enforcement officers.
  • HB1834: Luray, Town of; amending charter, changes date of municipal elections.
  • HB1835: Virginia Public Procurement Act (VPPA); methods of procurement.
  • HB1845: Harassment by computer; impersonating another; penalty.
  • HB1934: Virginia Racing Commission; revoke.
  • HB1937: Felony homicide; violation of felony drug offenses, penalty.
  • HB2070: Conflicts of Interests Act, State & Local Gov't & General Assembly, etc.; ethics reforms.
  • HB2077: Drone aircraft; limitations on use, penalties.
  • HB2385: Wireless telecommunications device; possession, etc., by prisoner, penalty.
  • HJ631: Celebrating the life of James H. Blount, Jr.
  • HJ862: Commending Jaclyn Roller Ryan.
  • HB703: FOIA; record exemption for certain administrative investigations by higher educational institutions.
  • HB704: Recording of evidence, etc.; misdemeanor cases electronically in circuit court.
  • HB705: Concealed handgun permits; eliminates certain requirements for an out-of-state permit.
  • HB706: General Assembly member; legislative standing to defend laws of the Commonwealth.
  • HB707: Digital impersonation; penalty.
  • HB708: Assault and battery; family or household member.
  • HB709: Child abuse and neglect investigations; time for determination.
  • HB852: State Executive Council for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families; application.
  • HB853: Cigarette laws; administration and enforcement, etc.
  • HB1189: Writ of actual innocence; petitions, bail hearings.
  • HB1206: Central registry of records; extends time records must be kept by Department of Social Services.
  • HB1211: Conflicts of Interests Acts, State and Local Government & General Assembly; establishes Council.
  • HB1237: Wild animals & birds; unlawful to hunt on private property and state waters on Sunday, exception.
  • HB1238: Virginia Public Procurement Act; disclosure of cost estimates in solicitations prohibited.
  • HJ165: Commending Brian Walsh.
  • HJ166: Commending the Signal Knob Middle School Future Farmers of America Chapter.
  • HJ251: Celebrating the life of James Donald Wagner, Jr.
  • HJ404: Commending Terry A. Pettit.
  • HJ5041: Celebrating the life of George Harold Sheetz.
  • HJ5052: Commending W. Denman Zirkle.
  • HB186: Sewage sludge; authorizes a locality to prohibit land application of.
  • HB859: Concealed handgun permittees; criminal history record information check exemption for some firearms.
  • HB1615: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; disclosure of methamphetamine laboratory.
  • HB1616: Drone aircraft; limitations on use, report.
  • HB1617: Student organizations; religious or political organizations may determine core functions, etc.
  • HB1618: Civil cases; conduct of business activity, permissible venue.
  • HB1628: Driver training schools; no DMV regulation shall provide for minimum distance between facilities.
  • HB1658: Circuit court clerks; revises various powers and duties for certification of records, etc.
  • HB1745: Children; taking indecent liberties, use of communications system to propose sex offenses.
  • HB1746: Sentencing guidelines; definition of violent felony.
  • HB1780: RICO; contraband cigarettes, penalties.
  • HB1783: Contraband cigarettes, tax-paid; increases penalty for possession with intent to distribute.
  • HB2268: Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of farm winery licensees.
  • HB2277: School security officers; officers shall be retired law-enforcement officers.
  • HB2278: State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance.
  • HJ609: Biosolids; DEQ to study substances contained in certain wastewater treatment facilities.
  • HJ635: Federal revenue; JLARC to study amount Virginia receives at state and local level annually.
  • HJ769: Commending William B. Holtzman.
  • HB185: Criminal cases; fines collected upon conviction shall be credited to Literary Fund.
  • HB186: Sewage sludge; authorizes a locality to prohibit land application.
  • HB187: Police check-points; prohibits establishment of motorcycle only check-points.
  • HB188: State secondary highway system; makes certain road and bridge in Shenandoah County part of system.
  • HB189: Child-placing agency; shall not be required to participate in placement of child for foster care.
  • HB386: Virginia Retirement System; investments in certain companies related to Iran.
  • HB387: Clerks of courts; increases fee when payment with dishonored check or credit card.
  • HB388: Drivers licenses; allows military veterans to have their veteran status indicated.
  • HB389: Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty.
  • HB390: General Assembly; creation of new regulatory program, etc.
  • HB391: Confidential juvenile records; sharing with state and local correctional facilities, confidential.
  • HB859: Concealed handgun permittees; criminal history record information check exemption for some firearms.
  • HB1291: Governor's reorganization of executive branch of state government.
  • HJ49: Governor's Executive Reorganization Plan; approval by each house of General Assembly.
  • HJ220: Celebrating the life of Richard Paul Kern.
  • HJ357: Commending the Town of Luray on the occasion of its 200th anniversary.
  • HJ386: Commending Albert T. Mitchell.
  • HJ442: Commending John Thomas Hennessy.
  • HR51: Commending Glen Manor Vineyards.
  • HB508: Sewage sludge; Water Control Board to notify owners of land of proposed land application site.
  • HB777: Land use taxation; localities to adopt value assessment & taxation on four classifications of land.
  • HB1340: Sewage sludge; localities located in karst region to prohibit application in their boundaries.
  • HB1341: Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient.
  • HB1342: Renewable energy portfolio standard; electric generation facilities fueled by poultry litter, etc.
  • HB1343: Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; Board of Pharmacy to establish program to implement tracking sales.
  • HB1775: Students; school boards report to Board of Education number enrolled in English as second language.
  • HB1776: Police and court records; expungement.
  • HB1777: Fake birth certificate; one who manufactures, etc., for false identity is guilty of misdemeanor.
  • HB1778: Marijuana, synthetic; penalties for possession, intent to sell, distribute, etc.
  • HB1779: Protective orders, preliminary; prohibition on purchase & transport of firearms for certain persons.
  • HB1780: Communications intercepts; broadens court jurisdiction of order sought by Attorney General.
  • HB1781: Street gang; punishment for predicate act.
  • HB1782: Speed limit; shall be 35 mph on nonsurface treated highways for certain counties, where unposted.
  • HB1783: Juvenile Justice, Department of; confidentiality of records.
  • HB2448: Political contributions; prohibition during procurement process, penalty.
  • HB2449: Computer analysis; clerk may assess person fee performed by law-enforcement agency when convicted.
  • HB2450: Pretrial services agencies; removes mandatory requirement for locality to establish.
  • HB2513: Deferred dispositions; no court shall have authority to defer and dismiss a criminal case.
  • HJ601: Celebrating the life of Henry Theodore Northcott Graves.
  • HJ602: Celebrating the life of Robert Alton Danley, Jr.
  • HJ715: Commending the Town of Strasburg on the occasion of its 250th anniversary.
  • HJ741: Celebrating the life of Jason Allen Long.
  • HJ856: Commending the Shenandoah Babe Ruth boys' baseball team.
  • HJ857: Commending Jack Knapp.
  • HR80: Celebrating the life of Kathy Gear Owens.
  • HB500: Preliminary hearing; admissibility of certificates of analysis at hearing and trial.
  • HB501: Jordan River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB502: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof.
  • HB503: Hughes River; designates portion thereof as component of State Scenic Rivers System.
  • HB504: Speed limits; unposted maximum speed on nonsurface treated highways in Rappahannock County, 35 mph.
  • HB505: Concealed handguns; prohibits person carrying onto premises of restaurants from consuming alcohol.
  • HB506: Roy D. Smith III Memorial Bridge; designating as Island Ford Road bridge over Shenandoah River.
  • HB507: Transportation services; those that operate as nonprofit organization & serve senior citizens, etc.
  • HB508: Sewage sludge; Water Control Board to notify owners of land of proposed land application site.
  • HB777: Land use taxation; localities to adopt value assessment & taxation on four classifications of land.
  • HB1120: Juveniles; offenses for which juvenile is subject to transfer and trial as an adult.
  • HB1121: Juvenile records; DJJ to provide information in an investigation of a criminal street gang.
  • HB1339: Retirement System; retired teachers returning to work.
  • HB1340: Sewage sludge; localities located in karst region to prohibit application in their boundaries.
  • HB1341: Income tax; credit for electric energy facility producing electricity from livestock waste nutrient.
  • HB1342: Renewable energy portfolio standard; electric generation facilities fueled by poultry litter, etc.
  • HB1343: Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; Board of Pharmacy to establish program to implement tracking sales.
  • HJ84: Constitutional amendment; limits total appropriations in a year to preceding year's total.
  • HJ365: Commending Robert T. Chappell.
  • HB2356: Budget Bill; requires 2010-12 biennium and future bills to be prepared using zero-based principles.
  • HB2357: Retirement System; investments related to state sponsor of terrorism.
  • HB2358: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof, penalty.
  • HB2359: Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine; pilot program for tracking distribution thereof.
  • HB2360: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts fabrication of animal meat.
  • HB2361: Sex offender registration; juveniles adjudicated delinquent of sexually violent offense to register.
  • HB2362: Drug offenses; person convicted of second offense would be a felon if committed in State.
  • HB2363: Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements.
  • HB2364: Dangerous or vicious dog; court may order owner to pay restitution for damages to injured person.
  • HB2365: Restriction on Supreme Court; shall not promulgate any rule that prohibits conduct of an attorney.
  • HB2366: Charter; Town of Strasburg.
  • HB2367: Protective order; aiding and abetting violation thereof, penalty.
  • HB2671: Cabin Capital of Virginia; designating Page County thereas.
  • HB5003: Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc.
  • HJ724: Constitutional amendment; limits appropriations in fiscal year to preceding year's (1st reference).
  • HJ807: Commending the Old Dominion Association of Church Schools.
  • HJ1044: Commending the Town of Shenandoah on the occasion of its 125th anniversary.
  • HB928: Illegal immigration; adopts several measures aimed at curbing in State, report.
  • HB929: Illegal aliens; presumption against admission to bail for those charged with criminal offense.
  • HB930: Retirement System; investments related to countries sponsoring terrorism.
  • HB931: Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof, penalty.
  • HB932: Firearms; reckless handling, penalty.
  • HB933: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof.
  • HB934: Jail inmates; no parole for those convicted of multiple misdemeanors & sentenced more than 12 month.
  • HB935: Criminal cases; admissibility of prior inconsistent statements.
  • HB936: Composite index, local; number of students.
  • HB937: Involuntary outpatient treatment; disclosure of medical information.
  • HB938: Involuntary commitment hearings; petitioner right to appeal.
  • HB939: Involuntary commitment order; detainee may petition court to transfer to outpatient treatment.
  • HB940: Evidence; defense motions to suppress.
  • HB941: Search warrants; allows an affidavit to be delivered by facsimile after it is certified.
  • HB1369: Incarceration of defendant; pending appeal of bond by attorney for State.
  • HB1370: Interpreters; use during testifying.
  • HB1371: Concealed handgun permittees; carrying firearms on public property.
  • HB1470: Homeowner warranty breach; tolling of limitations period.
  • HB1471: Death certificates; clarifies who shall file.
  • HB1515: Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstates.
  • HB1516: Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstate 81.
  • HB1544: Concealed handguns; prohibits person from carrying into a restaurant.
  • HJ288: Celebrating the life of Private First Class Thomas Randolph Wilson.
  • HJ289: Celebrating the life of Emily Jane Hilscher.
  • HJ290: Celebrating the life of John Neff Neese.
  • HJ313: Commending Glenn Proctor.
  • HJ314: Commending the Strasburg High School baseball team.
  • HJ315: Commending the Strasburg High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HJ446: Commending 'Our Place' Shenandoah.
  • HB782: Triggerman rule; eliminated.
  • HB1311: Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of person assisting in criminal investigation.
  • HB2321: Larceny; person who uses a computer to commit fraud.
  • HB2322: Illegal immigrant; admission to bail.
  • HB2323: Claims; Anna Malenick Evans.
  • HB2324: Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof.
  • HB2325: Single-family dwellings; localities to designate portion of unimproved land for clustering.
  • HB2326: Single-family dwellings; clustering provisions to become optional.
  • HB2327: Single-family dwellings; exempts certain agricultural counties from provisions designating areas.
  • HB2328: Illegal immigrants; document verification for employment of, penalty.
  • HB2329: Drunk driving; mandatory minimum jail time for third offense.
  • HB2330: Sentencing proceeding; victim impact testimony may be presented to jury.
  • HB2331: Assault and battery; enhanced penalty if committed against attorney for State.
  • HB2332: Obstruction of justice; person who threatens attorney of State guilty of felony.
  • HB2333: Jury sentencing; prior convictions.
  • HB2334: Child labor; allows child under 18 to work at licensed farm winery.
  • HB2335: Economic development authority; allows Page County to increase size of board of directors.
  • HB2336: Birth certificates; fraudulent use.
  • HB2337: Child abuse; ingestion of drugs by pregnant woman, penalty.
  • HB2338: Transient occupancy tax; gives each town authority to preempt within town.
  • HB2347: Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of witness in criminal case.
  • HB2348: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof.
  • HB2790: Certificate of analysis; right to examine person performing.
  • HB2826: Security and Immigration Compliance Act; public bodies, etc. who intend to contract to register,etc.
  • HB2827: Children; prior adjudications of delinquency.
  • HB2830: Divorce; revocation of death benefits, federal preemption.
  • HB2831: Transfers to minors act; enables custodian of trust to transfer property without a court order.
  • HJ787: Commending the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office.
  • HJ810: Commending the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ896: Celebrating the life of William A. Truban.
  • HJ901: Commending Daniel W. Presgraves and the staff of the Page County Sheriffs Office.
  • HJ902: Commemorating the 275th anniversary of the birth of George Washington.
  • HR79: Commending Daniel W. Presgraves and the staff of the Page County Sheriff's Office.
  • HB782: Triggerman rule; eliminated.
  • HB783: School board; referendum in Page County on question of whether should be elected biennially.
  • HB785: Methamphetamine; modification of sentencing guidelines.
  • HB1309: Criminal history records check; juvenile records element in determination of bail..
  • HB1310: Child pornography; persons under age 18 in sexually explicit visual material.
  • HB1311: Capital murder; includes premeditated killing of person assisting in criminal investigation.
  • HB1312: Laser speed determination devices; law-enforcement officer not required to show motorists reading.
  • HB1572: Concealed handgun permits; board of visitors establish university rules and regulations thereof.
  • HB1573: Sale of pseudoephedrine by store owner; limits on purchase thereof, penalty.
  • HB1589: Family day homes; unlawful to operate family day home if any employee is convicted sex offender.
  • HJ143: Interstate Route 81;construction of improvements halted.
  • HJ191: Celebrating the life of Barry Daniel Murphy.
  • HJ5022: Celebrating the life of Charles K. Estes.