Del. Jackson Miller (R-Manassas)

Photo of Jackson Miller
Party
Republican
District
50: County of Prince William (part); City of Manassas [map]
Took Office
January 2007
Left Office
January 2018
Website
delegatemiller.com
Twitter
@JacksonMillerVA
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 79% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
50% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Several new delegates form caucus to reduce corporate money in Virginia politics:

January 2, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

More than 100 Rally at the state Capitol for Women's Rights:

January 22, 2018
  wtvr.comFull coverage

Democrats Use Corporate Money To Get Elected; Pledge To Not Take Money To Get Re-Elected:

January 4, 2018
  The Republican StandardFull coverage

10 good things about a terrible year:

December 28, 2017
  SalonFull coverage

Buford man looks to take on Cheney in US House primary:

January 18, 2018
  Casper Star-Tribune OnlineFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Jackson Miller’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 166 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB2033: Landlord and tenant law; residential tenancies, landlord and tenant obligations and remedies.
  • HB2034: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; adds two new disclosures.
  • HB2035: Electronic filing of land records; fee for paper filing.
  • HB2036: Tow truck drivers; exempts registration with DCJS, exceptions.
  • HB2037: Health insurance; calculation of cost-sharing provisions.
  • HB2039: Child pornography; discretionary sentencing guideline midpoints for possession.
  • HB2043: Law-enforcement officer; public release of identifying information, etc.
  • HB2045: Property Owners' Association Act; designation of authorized representative by seller.
  • HB2231: Ignition interlock system; period of time which person is prohibited to drive, etc.
  • HB2238: DUI manslaughter; ignition interlock.
  • HB2240: Victims of crime; right to nondisclosure of certain information.
  • HB2336: Law-enforcement officer; report of officer involved in accident.
  • HB2424: Concealed weapons; carrying of firearms by former attorneys for the Commonwealth, etc.
  • HB2468: VWC; permits commissioners and deputy commissioners to carry a concealed weapon.
  • HR446: Commending Donna L. Snellings.
  • HR447: Commending the Osbourn High School Student Council Association.
  • HR448: Commending Robin R. Perkins.
  • HR449: Commending Robin M. Albrecht.
  • HB31: Automobile, commercial liability, and homeowners insurance policies; notices.
  • HB51: Weapons other than handguns; purchase by certain officers.
  • HB70: Warrants; issuance of arrest warrants against law-enforcement officers.
  • HB332: Concealed handgun permits; judge, etc., may carry wherever he travels in the Commonwealth.
  • HB341: Passing stopped school bus; video-monitoring system.
  • HB567: Real Estate Board; duties of real estate licensees, exemption, etc., of continuing education hours.
  • HB735: Landlord and tenant laws; responsibility of landlord to pay certain costs, etc.
  • HB741: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; licensing of home inspectors.
  • HB775: Fantasy Contests Act; created, registration required, conditions of registration, civil penalty.
  • HB815: Execution; if lethal injection is not available, electrocution shall be used.
  • HB844: Insurance agents; continuing education program changes.
  • HB1126: DCJS; training standards and model policies for law-enforcement personnel, powers and duties.
  • HB1228: Boxing and wrestling events; provisions for sanctioning organizations.
  • HB1305: Solar and wind energy equipment, etc.; tax exemptions.
  • HB1368: Statewide Fire Prevention Code; State Fire Marshal; consumer fireworks; penalties.
  • HB1371: Local government; prohibition on certain mandates upon employers.
  • HJ4: Celebrating the life of Emily Elizabeth Selke.
  • HJ5: Celebrating the life of Yvonne Marie Ciarlo Selke.
  • HJ98: Commending Robert Fisher.
  • HJ114: Celebrating the life of Clyde F. Jackson.
  • HJ306: Commending the Washington Redskins.
  • HJ430: Celebrating the life of Officer Ashley Marie Guindon.
  • HR2: Commending the Greater Manassas Baseball League 8U All-star softball team.
  • HR47: Celebrating the life of Terence Jerome Boulden.
  • HR64: Commending the Prince William County Bar Association, Inc.
  • HR67: Commending Arthur P. Bushnell.
  • HR172: Celebrating the life of Jay Cochran, Jr.
  • HR175: Commending the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad.
  • HB57: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion.
  • HB1052: Method of execution; Director of DOC certifies that lethal injection isn't available, electrocution.
  • HB1357: Automobile and homeowners insurance policies; notices.
  • HB1368: A-F school grading system; repeals system created in 2013 and 2014.
  • HB1450: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard area.
  • HB1451: Landlord and tenant laws; notice to terminate tenancy.
  • HB1452: Landlord and tenant law; who may recover rent or possession.
  • HB1453: Stalking; penalty.
  • HB1455: DPOR; promoters of boxing, martial arts, and wrestling events.
  • HB1493: Enticing another into a dwelling house; person who commits certain violations, Class 6 felony.
  • HB1611: Assault and battery; felony when committed against certain persons.
  • HB1638: Felony homicide; violation of felony drug offenses, penalty.
  • HB1639: DUI; persons convicted under laws of other states or federal law.
  • HB1647: Drug overdoses; reporting of medical aid or treatment.
  • HB1648: Sales and use tax; exemption includes gold, silver, or platinum whose sales price exceeds $1,000.
  • HB2112: DCJS; eliminates requirement for training standards for undercover work.
  • HB2299: Health services plans; effects of actions of other states.
  • HJ539: Commending the Braemar Blasters swim team.
  • HB57: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion.
  • HB111: Assault and battery; conspiracy to commit is Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB259: Real estate licensees; signing of pleadings, motions, and other papers.
  • HB470: Charter; City of Manassas.
  • HB596: Summons; unlawful detainer issued by magistrate or clerk or judge of general district court.
  • HB606: Judges; maximum number in circuit, general district, and juvenile courts, etc.
  • HB614: Landlord and tenant law; energy submetering, local government fees.
  • HB615: Audio-visual deposition; uses.
  • HB638: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; tenant's noncompliance, death of tenant.
  • HB860: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; included in definition of criminal justice agency.
  • HB861: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; included in definition of criminal justice agency.
  • HB1052: Method of execution; Director of DOC certifies that lethal injection isn't available, electrocution.
  • HB1053: State Inspector General, Office of; powers and duties.
  • HB1262: A-to-F grading system; delays date for implementing individual school performance grading system.
  • HJ487: Commending Ernest Merle Hancock.
  • HB207: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion.
  • HB208: Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • HB1568: Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • HB1686: Credit unions; limit on authorized investments in certain property, retained earnings.
  • HB1751: Assault and battery; includes certain employees of DBHDS, penalty.
  • HB1770: Natural gas utilities; eligible safety activity costs to be recovered as deferred costs.
  • HB1793: Computer crimes; prohibits use of an electronic device to commit.
  • HB1794: Crime victims or witnesses; nondisclosure of personal and identifying information.
  • HB1804: Uranium; establishes 3% state severance tax on receipts of any severed from earth in State.
  • HB1807: Condominium & Property Owners' Association Acts; disclosure of qualification for federal financing.
  • HB1959: Certified public accountants; time for filing complaints with Board of Accountancy, etc.
  • HB2237: Voluntary regulatory self-assessments by banks; privilege.
  • HB2330: Uranium; establishes process for DMME to issue permits for mining of uranium ore, report.
  • HB2338: Criminal conviction; appeals to Court of Appeals, etc.,based on erroneously admitted evidence.
  • HR123: Celebrating the life of Chris Yung.
  • HB206: Real Estate Board; continuing education, duties of real estate brokers and salespersons.
  • HB207: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes gold, silver, and platinum bullion.
  • HB208: Virginia Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • HB209: Insurance agents; continuing education requirements.
  • HB210: Real estate appraisal management companies; includes feed paid to appraiser in appraisal reports.
  • HB211: Forward energy pricing; authorizes any public body to use mechanisms for budget risk reduction.
  • HB212: Asset forfeiture; forfeited drug assets are to be distributed in accordance with Constitution.
  • HB213: Mandated health insurance; benefits not applicable if exceed essential benefits package.
  • HB214: Credit unions; amendments to organizational documents.
  • HB215: Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties.
  • HB347: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosures.
  • HB348: Asset forfeitures; consolidates certain provisions and eliminates redundancies.
  • HB1101: Critical incident stress management teams; privileged information, penalty.
  • HB1102: Renewable energy portfolio standard program; credits for investments.
  • HB1103: Criminal history record information check; making false statements, penalty.
  • HB1258: Ignition interlock permit; replaces restricted license post DUI.
  • HJ392: Celebrating the life of Steve Appleton.
  • HJ423: Celebrating the life of Joshua Weissman.
  • HJ508: Commending Micron Technology, Inc.
  • HR10: Federal immigration training and enforcement authority; supporting Governor's 287(g) request.
  • HR566: Commending the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company.
  • HB683: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on gold, silver, and platinum bullion costing over $1,000.
  • HB685: Child pornography; solicitation, possession, or production thereof by a minor, penalty.
  • HB1906: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exempts gold, silver, and platinum bullion.
  • HB1907: Real Estate Board; requirements for licensure and practice of real estate.
  • HB1908: Recordation and grantor taxes; changes basis on which taxes are calculated on property conveyance.
  • HB1909: Search warrants; allows court to temporarily seal.
  • HB1910: Cambridge Advanced Exams; course credit.
  • HB1911: School buses; installation of video-monitoring systems thereon by school divisions.
  • HB1912: Commonwealth Energy Policy; SCC to consider effect of proposed facility on economic development.
  • HB1913: Menhaden fishing; prohibits from taking with purse nets in Rappahannock River & its tributaries.
  • HB1914: E-Verify program; requires Virginia Employment Commission to use.
  • HB1915: Local grievance procedure; circuit court shall make determination as to whether relief granted.
  • HB1934: Immigration laws; State Police to enter into agreement with U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement.
  • HB2234: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; criteria for grants or loans from Fund.
  • HB2386: Concealed weapons permit; authorizes person to obtain permit to carry any lawfully possessed weapon.
  • HB2387: Criminal Justice Services Board and Department of Criminal Justice Services; powers and duties.
  • HB2485: Reckless driving; expands list to include parking lot, etc.
  • HJ726: Commending Save a Life - Save the World Foundation.
  • HJ747: Celebrating the life of Specialist Sean Russell Cutsforth.
  • HB681: Jailable offense; discretion of law-enforcement officer to arrest or issue summons therefor.
  • HB682: Gang-free zones; expanded to include public buildings and grounds, penalty.
  • HB683: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on gold, silver, and platinum bullion costing over $1,000.
  • HB684: Concealed weapon; prohibits a person from carrying a concealed butterfly knife.
  • HB685: Child pornography; solicitation, possession, or production thereof by a minor, penalty.
  • HB686: Human papillomavirus vaccine; eliminates requirement for females.
  • HB687: Uniform Statewide Building Code; increases civil penalty.
  • HB688: Transportation district trains; unlawful to board or ride without a valid ticket.
  • HB689: FOIA; party whom writ is served must be served a copy of petition prior to filing.
  • HB690: Criminal background checks; fingerprinting of applicants and employees of public transit services.
  • HB691: Nolle prosequi; entered only in discretion of court.
  • HB692: Removal of motor vehicles; adds Prince William Co. to localities that may remove or immobilize.
  • HB693: Health insurance program; develop plan for school divisions & local government similar to state.
  • HB694: Notary public; civil immunity for local government officers, employees, and volunteers.
  • HB695: Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel.
  • HB739: Foreign business entities; temporary certificates of authority.
  • HB963: Real Estate Board; requirements for licensure, allows broker to enter into a voluntary program.
  • HB1363: Title loans; establishes a system for regulating.
  • HJ328: Celebrating the life of Marvin L. Gillum.
  • HB437: Public schools; composite index formula for basic state aid.
  • HB438: Learner's permits; DMV to refuse application for minor who has had more than 5 unexcused absenses.
  • HB1393: Motion picture production companies; expands tax incentives.
  • HB1394: Recordation tax; changes basis of calculation on transfer of real estate.
  • HB2130: Supplemental Highway Construction Fund; established.
  • HB2131: Gang-free zones; established on certain types of public and private property upon petition.
  • HB2132: Workforce housing; locality may offer housing assistance grants to school division personnel.
  • HB2133: Equalization, Boards of; removes nine-year term limit for members.
  • HB2134: State song; Virginia, Birth Place of Our Nation by Lorraine Neill & Lynn Czarny be adopted.
  • HB2135: Recordation/grantor tax; penalty if understatement of consideration is false with intent to evade.
  • HB2136: Misdemeanor arrest or summons; gives law-enforcement officer choice of issuing summons & releasing.
  • HB2137: Outdoor advertising; increases penalties for violation thereof.
  • HB2138: Graffiti abatement; permits localities to charge property owner for cost thereof.
  • HB2139: Retirement System; retirees hired as school board security personnel without benefit interuption.
  • HB2140: Learner's permits; DMV to refuse application for minor who has had more than 5 unexcused absenses.
  • HB2141: Infectious disease; deemed consent for testing for HIV or hepatitis B or C, etc.
  • HB2525: Small wind energy projects; DEQ to develop procedure permitting construction and operation thereof.
  • HB2561: Suspension of license; failure or refusal to pay fines or costs.
  • HB2580: Illegal immigrants; removes Code provision that prohibits an arrest thereof more frequently.
  • HB430: Zoning ordinance; provisions for issuance of inspection warrants by magistrate.
  • HB431: Title insurance agents; pre-licensing education course.
  • HB432: Arts and cultural districts; adds City of Manassas to those localities authorized to create.
  • HB433: Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for three or more offenses of driving without valid license.
  • HB434: Defacement of buildings; immunity.
  • HB435: Law-enforcement officer; penalty for failure to identify oneself when requested.
  • HB436: Arrest or summons; charge for misdemeanor at discretion of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB437: Public schools; composite index formula for basic state aid.
  • HB438: Learner's permits; issuance to minors when school records show they have unexcused absences.
  • HB439: Aliens, certain; eligibility for state and local public benefits.
  • HB623: Immigration laws; Governor to enter into memorandum of agreement with Immigration and Customs.
  • HB624: Interpreters; cost for those appointed for non-English-speaking defendant.
  • HB664: Court-appointed attorneys; workers' compensation coverage.
  • HB1385: Highway construction funds, primary and secondary; funds allocation.
  • HB1386: Service-disabled veteran-owned small business programs; aligns state's requirements with federal.
  • HB1393: Motion picture production companies; expands tax incentives.
  • HB1394: Recordation tax; changes basis of calculation on transfer of real estate.
  • HB1397: Real estate brokers and salespersons; required disclosures.
  • HB2929: License fees; authorizes local body to charge according to gross receipts of business.
  • HB2930: Business and state licenses, local; denied or suspended if business employs unlawful workers.
  • HB2931: Immigration status; cooperation with federal officials regarding.
  • HB2932: Public schools; proof of immigration status or actual citizenship to enroll, report.
  • HB2933: Immigration laws; Governor to enter into agreement with federal Immigration, et al., regarding.
  • HB2934: Immigrants; requirement of lawful status for state determination of legal domicile.
  • HB2935: Tuition, in-state; illegal aliens not eligible therefor.
  • HB2936: Illegal aliens; law-enforcement officers have authority to enforce U. S. immigration laws.
  • HB2937: Certain aliens; eligibility of for state and local public benefits.
  • HB2938: Potomac River; restores jurisdictional provision of Maryland-Virginia Compact.
  • HB2939: Housing assistance; employees of county to benefit therefrom.
  • HB2940: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include personal computers and computer printers.
  • HB2941: Highway systems; Dept. of Trans. to reconsider and reassign components of highways, etc.
  • HB2942: Recordation tax; dedication of certain to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB2943: Misdemeanor cases; law-enforcement officer may issue summons or arrest person.
  • HB2944: Transportation Commissioner; powers to outsource or privatize functions of VDOT.
  • HB2945: Pedestrians; motorists to stop for those at marked crosswalks.
  • HB3045: Safety inspection stickers and vehicle inspections; required for parked vehicles.
  • HB3046: Private roads as highways; governing body of any county, etc. may adopt ordinances designating.
  • HJ696: Residential dwelling units;Housing Commission to study overcrowding and its impact on neighborhoods.
  • HJ752: Commending the Osbourn High School football team.
  • HJ767: Commending Gail Elizabeth Pope.
  • HJ771: Constitutional amendment; increases property tax exemptions for persons 65 or older.
  • HJ781: Celebrating the life of Private First Class Colin Joseph Wolfe.
  • HJ885: Celebrating the life of Judith S. Hays.