Del. Jeion Ward (D-Hampton)

Photo of Jeion Ward
Party
Democratic
District
92: City of Hampton (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Labor and Commerce, Rules, Communications, Technology and Innovation, Transportation
Age
67
Website
jeionward.com
Twitter
@JeionWard
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 72% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 56% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
64.7% in 2020
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These are all of the video clips of Jeion Ward’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 81 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB805: Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention.
  • HB1650: Small Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, report.
  • HB1776: Education, Board of; temporary extension of certain teachers' licenses.
  • HB1776: Education, Board of; temporary extension of certain teachers' licenses.
  • HB1777: Serious or Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program; def. of serious juvenile offender, etc.
  • HB1778: Removal of clutter from property; definition, civil penalty.
  • HB1778: Removal of clutter from property; definition, civil penalty.
  • HB1784: Small Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, report.
  • HB1785: Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention.
  • HB1786: Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees.
  • HB1786: Minimum wage; farm laborers or farm employees.
  • HB2283: Railroads; freight train crew size requirements, civil penalty.
  • HB5002: Small Business & Women-owned & Minority-owned Business Procurement Enhancement Programs; establish.
  • HJ511: Gospel Music Heritage Month; designating as Sept. in 2021 and in each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ525: National Statuary Hall Collection at the United States Capitol; Barbara Rose Johns.
  • HJ525: National Statuary Hall Collection at the United States Capitol; Barbara Rose Johns.
  • HJ589: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Mamye E. BaCote.
  • HR251: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of members.
  • HB392: School boards; applicants for employment, criminal history.
  • HB393: Landlord and tenant; statement of tenant rights and responsibilities.
  • HB394: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Director of; position created.
  • HB395: Minimum wage; increases to $9.50 per hour effective January 1, 2021.
  • HB549: Overgrown vegetation; local authority.
  • HB550: Minimum wage; tipped employees.
  • HB551: Juvenile community correctional centers; establishment, placement of juveniles.
  • HB805: Employment health and safety standards; heat illness prevention.
  • HB812: Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • HB813: Credit unions; board of directors compensation.
  • HB814: TANF; eligibility for drug-related felonies.
  • HB1402: Polling place procedures; election officer shall verify with voter his full name and address, etc.
  • HB1406: Historical Statues in the United States Capitol, Commission for; removal of Robert E. Lee statue.
  • HB1407: Misclassification of employees as independent contractors; Department of Taxation to investigate.
  • HB1502: Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • HB1503: Health insurance; coverage for autism spectrum disorder, individual and small group markets.
  • HB1650: Small Business Procurement Enhancement Program; established, report.
  • HJ74: Maternal Health Awareness Month.
  • HJ166: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Mary T. Christian.
  • HR38: Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • HR123: Commending John T. Dever.
  • HR124: Commending the Virginia Peninsula Association of REALTORS
  • HR218: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of a member.
  • HR605: Commending the captain and crew of the Smuggler's Point fishing vessel.
  • HB2603: Apprenticeship program; discrimination.
  • HB2604: Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • HB2605: Community corrections alternative program; establishment.
  • HB2606: HIV or hepatitis B or C viruses; exposure to bodily fluids, infection, expedited testing.
  • HB2607: Parking certain large vehicles; local ordinances.
  • HB2781: Procedures at polling place; announcing voter's address.
  • HJ583: United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • HR216: Celebrating the life of Walter Norris Hardy, Sr.
  • HR248: Celebrating the life of Robert G. Davis, Jr.
  • HB274: Informal truancy plans; students proceeded against or adjudicated on more than 2 occasions.
  • HB312: Special joint reapportionment committee; public hearings in 2018 on the redistricting process.
  • HB317: Teachers; extension of three-year provisional licenses.
  • HB318: Teacher licensure by reciprocity; grace period.
  • HB320: Teachers; prerequisites for licensure or renewal of license.
  • HB334: Teachers; provisional licensure, grace period.
  • HB773: Nuisance; breach of peace.
  • HB1343: Notaries; fee agreements with employer.
  • HB1407: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program.
  • HJ186: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Albert Woodfin Patrick III.
  • HJ212: Commending Thomas Nelson Community College.
  • HR2: Celebrating the life of Nathan Watts.
  • HR49: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Willie Rowe, USA.
  • HR56: Commending VersAbility Resources.
  • HB1445: Wages and salaries; eliminates payment by prepaid cards, etc., without employee's consent.
  • HB1529: Temporary exemption periods from retail sales and use taxes for qualifying items; sunset dates.
  • HB2280: Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission.
  • HB2286: Abortion; informed written consent.
  • HB2290: Driver education programs; instruction concerning traffic stops.
  • HB2420: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small business and microbusiness procurement enhancement program.
  • HJ623: Commending Dr. Katherine G. Johnson.
  • HR269: Commending Annie Belle Daniels.
  • HR271: Celebrating the life of Samuel L. Green, Jr.
  • HB43: Abortion; removes requirement that a woman undergo ultrasound prior to procedure.
  • HB134: Grass, weeds, and other foreign growth; cutting ordinances include overgrown shrubs, trees, etc.
  • HB244: Nuisance; property where breach of peace recurs.
  • HB247: Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission.
  • HB743: Employment records; employers required to provide to Commissioner of Labor upon request.
  • HB1150: Wages; employer who willfully fails to pay, penalty.
  • HB1151: School boards; applicants for employment.
  • HB1155: Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal.
  • HJ236: Celebrating the life of Brenda Cunningham Mauney.
  • HB1064: Hearing-impaired prisoners; Director of DOC to make available interpreters within facilities.
  • HB1510: Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; population estimates.
  • HB1517: Child day programs; exemptions from licensure.
  • HB1524: Ultrasound prior to abortion.
  • HB1822: Apprenticeship-related instruction; transfers certain duties.
  • HB1824: Motor Vehicles, Department of; unlawful provision of examination answers.
  • HB2211: Bipartisan Virginia Redistricting Commission.
  • HJ846: Celebrating the life of Reuben V. Burrell.
  • HB1056: Abortion; informed consent.
  • HB1064: Hearing-impaired prisoners; Director of DOC to make available interpreters within facilities.
  • HJ113: Celebrating the life of Colonel Maynard Brown, Jr., USA (ret.).
  • HJ114: Celebrating the life of Charles W. Scott, Jr.
  • HJ115: Celebrating the life of Harriet Rebecca Reid Dismond.
  • HJ144: Commending First Baptist Church of Hampton on its sesquicentennial anniversary.
  • HJ229: Celebrating the life of Dr. Samuel E. Massenberg, Sr.
  • HJ5118: Celebrating the life of Rufus Langford.
  • HB1424: Jails; court can adopt regional jail until it can obtain adequate facility.
  • HB1492: Fraud; court may vacate judgment of criminal conviction.
  • HB1493: Charter; City of Hampton.
  • HB1597: Children; personal flotation devices required for those 12 years of age or younger.
  • HB1619: Secure inpatient treatment hearings; report to counsel for respondent.
  • HB2280: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; exempts records of disaster recovery plans, etc.
  • HB2281: Firearms; failure to report those lost or stolen, penalty.
  • HJ576: Street signs; joint subcommittee to study persons with disabilities signs.
  • HJ776: Commending Francena McCorory.
  • HB201: Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and disabled.
  • HB202: Hampton, City of; special commissioner to execute title to real estate with delinquent taxes, etc.
  • HB203: Assessments for local improvements, special; adds City of Hampton to localities that may impose.
  • HB1270: Hampton, City of; Department of General Services to transfer certain property located within City.
  • HJ174: Commending the Montford Point Marine Association Tidewater, Virginia Chapter #14.
  • HJ354: Celebrating the life of Martha Ann Matthews Ayers.
  • HR23: Commending Francena McCorory.
  • HR57: Commemorating the arrival of Africans to Virginia.
  • HB1613: Prisoner programs, local; allows workforces to assist with maintaining certain cemeteries.
  • HB1614: Prepaid cards; disclosure requirements.
  • HB1615: Cemeteries and graves of historic significance; expands an existing program to include.
  • HB1616: Assault and battery against family or household member; penalty.
  • HB1617: Virginia School for the Deaf, Blind and Multi-Disabled; Governor to convey certain property.
  • HB1618: Mopeds; any city by ordinance may prohibit operation on certain highways.
  • HB2399: Snow and ice; requires operators to remove from their vehicles, penalty.
  • HJ569: Uniform statewide grading policy; joint subcommittee to study feasibility & efficacy thereof.
  • HJ926: Celebrating the life of Gladys Evans Jones.
  • HR50: Partnership for Air Mobility Innovation in the 21st Century; establishes.
  • HR74: Celebrating the life of Henrietta Lacks.
  • HB466: Charter; City of Hampton.
  • HB467: Hampton Federal Area Development Authority; expands membership.
  • HB1209: Machine guns; Superintendent of VSP to be notified in writing of change of address of registrant.
  • HB1286: Magistrate; may issue arrest warrants for a felony only if complaint by law-enforcement officer.
  • HB1365: Motor carriers; regulation of transportation of railroad employees by contract carriers.
  • HJ289: Celebrating the life of Theodore Edward BaCote, Jr.
  • HJ342: Celebrating the life of Edward L. Brown, Sr.
  • HJ355: Celebrating the life of Major General (USA Ret.) Alvin Bryant, M.D.
  • HB2481: Machine guns; requires any registrant to notify Superintendent of State Police of change of address.
  • HB2486: Emergency custody; authority of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB2500: 'A Place of My Own' Program; Department of Social Services to develop.
  • HB2656: School for Deaf, Blind, and Multi-Disabled; Bd. of Ed., etc., hold in abeyance conveyance thereof.
  • HJ800: Commending the Phoebus High School football team.
  • HJ917: Commending Annie Hughes.
  • HJ1035: Celebrating the life of Sue Edmondson Wilder.
  • HJ1040: Commending David Payne.
  • HB809: Teachers; provisional and local eligibility licenses if military personnel.
  • HB810: Machine gun registration; Superintendent of State Police to be notified of change of address.
  • HB811: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); waiver of ineligibility period.
  • HB812: Foster Care Scholarship Program and Fund; created.
  • HB813: Independent living services; person shall not become ineligible for services upon refusing.
  • HB814: Protective orders; to include information on whether or not respondent possesses firearm.
  • HJ518: Commending the City of Hampton for its successful collaboration to help youth succeed.
  • HB156: Shenandoah Mountain Salamander; designating as official state amphibian.
  • HB750: Public Procurement Act; makes amount of bond for transportation-related projects contract amount.
  • HB1913: Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; revises and reorganizes section to make it consistent.
  • HB1914: Human papillomavirus vaccine; added as required vaccination.
  • HB1915: Retirement System; increases average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers.
  • HB1916: Family life education; requires Bd. of Education to incorporate instruction on dating violence, etc.
  • HB1917: Public Procurement Act; require disclosure of location where services are to be performed.
  • HB2195: Charter; City of Hampton.
  • HB3014: Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers.
  • HB3020: Foster Care Scholarship Program; created.
  • HB3070: Recordation tax; exempts Hampton Roads Proton Beam Therapy Institute at Hampton University.
  • HJ844: Commending the Phoebus High School football team.
  • HJ944: Commending Six House, Inc.
  • HB156: Shenandoah Mountain Salamander; designating as official state amphibian.
  • HB157: Biased-Based Policing and Traffic Statistics Reporting Act; created, report.
  • HB158: School buses; increases civil penalty for improperly passing.
  • HB191: Inmates; functional literate to participate in literacy program.
  • HB258: Health Care Funding Act; created.
  • HB750: Public Procurement Act; makes amount of bond for transportation-related projects contract amount.
  • HB1523: Property conveyance.
  • HB1524: Jurisdiction of lands acquired by U. S.; conveyance of certain lands by Governor.
  • HJ296: Commending the Hampton High School football team.
  • HJ297: Commending Thomas Hardy.
  • HJ366: Celebrating the life of Walter Lloyd Lovett, Jr.
  • HJ470: Celebrating the life of Private First Class Lee Arthur Lewis, Jr.
  • HJ5123: Commending Turner M. Spencer.
  • HJ5174: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer Second Class David Roddy.
  • HJ5176: Commending Edward L. Brown, Sr.