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

Richmond.com: Republican caucus officially backs Cox for next House speaker, Gilbert for majority leader

February 22, 2017
The caucus voted to promote Del. C. Todd Gilbert, a Shenandoah County Republican who currently serves as deputy majority leader, to replace Cox as majority leader next year. Caucus Chairman Timothy D. Hugo, R-Fairfax, and GOP Whip Jackson H. Miller, ...Colonial Heights Del. Cox elected Speaker-DesigneeWWBT NBC12 NewsCox is chosen by GOP as its pick for next House speaker in VirginiaWashington PostKirk Cox Elected To Be Next House SpeakerBearing Drift (press release) (blog)all 6 news articles »

Bearing Drift (press release) (blog): Vogel: Setting the Record Straight

February 22, 2017
My record of introducing strong pro-Second Amendment bills is tied only with conservative Delegate Todd Gilbert ? who has endorsed my campaign for Lieutenant Governor. Reeves has also attacked my longstanding record as an advocate for life. In the ...

Virginia Connection Newspapers: In Session: Virginia Assembly BriefsThe Connection Newspapers

February 21, 2017
- Robert Johnson of Woodbridge understands the mental health crisis from a personal perspective. Back in 2011, he was struggling with a serious bout of ...and more »

Fairfax Connection: In Session: Virginia Assembly Briefs

February 21, 2017
That's a provision pushed by Del. Todd Gilbert (R-15), who recounted a personal experience to justify the legislation. A few years ago, he said, he went to a lavish reception where he ate some finger food and drank some soda. Several months later, he ...

NBC 29 News: Bill to Expand Medical Marijuana Oil Access Dies In Subcommittee ...

February 16, 2017
A Republican majority subcommittee killed a bill that would have expanded access to medical marijuana oil to Virginians battling cancer or suffering from ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Todd Gilbert’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 265 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.
  • HB1849: Concealed handgun permit; permit requirements.
  • HB1850: Commercial vehicles; harmonizes penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) and commercial DUI.
  • HB1851: Assault and battery against a family or household member; deferred disposition, waiver of appeal.
  • HB1852: Concealed handguns; protective orders.
  • HB1853: Victims of domestic violence, etc.; firearms safety or training course.
  • HB1854: Conflicts of Interests Acts, State & Local Government & General Assembly, lobbyist, filing.
  • HB2410: Terrorist organization, designated; providing material support, penalty.
  • HB2438: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; contracts by legislators.
  • HR329: Commending Karen S. Whetzel.
  • HR330: Commending Sherry Heishman.
  • HR331: Commending Melissa D. Hensley.
  • HR332: Celebrating the life of Robert Parks Good.
  • HR333: Celebrating the life of Albert T. Mitchell.
  • 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.