Delegate Jeion Ward (D-Hampton)

Photo of Jeion Ward
Party
Democratic
District
92: City of Hampton (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Commerce and Labor, General Laws, Transportation
Age
62
Website
jeionward.com
Copatroning Habits
64% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 61% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 52% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
0% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Daily Press: Supreme Court struggles to thread needle on race, politics, in Virginia redistricting case

December 5, 2016
Monday's case focuses on legislative districts but plaintiffs made essentially the same argument: That the House of Delegate's GOP majority packed black voters into a dozen already heavily black districts in order to strengthen Republican chances ...McCrory v. Harris : SCOTUSblogSCOTUSblogall 112 news articles »

Daily Press: Newport News / Hampton judgeship at issue as session wraps

March 11, 2016
The shared arrangement dictated by the budget complicates that by widening the delegation. Del. Jeion Ward, D-Hampton, said she feels like Hampton got the short end of the stick. "We're suposed to come to an agreement today," she said. I don't know how.

Daily Press (blog): Rep. Bobby Scott: If named, I'd fight for the Senate

August 30, 2016
Rep. Bobby Scott: If named, I'd fight for the Senate... taking a break from the opening of Hillary Clinton's Hampton campaign office, where he was joined by other city political leading lights including state Sen. Mamie Locke, Del. Jeion Ward and 2nd Congressional district candidate Shaun Brown. Bobby ...

WRIC: Panel seeks to expand law against texting while driving

February 8, 2016
Kenneth Plum of Reston and Jeion Ward of Hampton. The subcommittee chairman ? Del. Scott Garrett, R-Lynchburg ? voted against HB 461 because of uncertainty over what would constitute ?multiple icons.? HB 461 now will be considered by the full House ...Lawmakers seek to expand law against texting while drivingProgress IndexHouse panel backs expanding ban on texting while drivingFredericksburg.comall 8 news articles »

Daily Press (blog): Del. Rick Morris blasts sins of abortion, praises "abolootionists"

January 14, 2016
Washington TimesDel. Rick Morris blasts sins of abortion, praises "abolootionists"Del. Rick Morris started his 2016 legislative session off with a bang Thursday, giving a characteristically angry speech comparing slavery to abortion, which he called "the evil of our time." Morris, R-Isle of Wight, began by telling the House of ...Richard Morris, Virginia lawmaker, compares pro-choice movement to slaveryWashington Timesall 6 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of Jeion Ward’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 72 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1445: Wages and salaries; eliminates payment by prepaid cards, etc., without employee's consent.
  • 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.