Delegate 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
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Privileges and Elections
Website
delegatemiller.com
Copatroning Habits
79% 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
25% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginian-Pilot: Virginia House leaders call for Del. Rick Morris to resign following assault charges

September 24, 2016
Progress IndexThe statement was issued Saturday by House Speaker William Howell, Majority Leader Kirk Cox, Caucus Chairman Timothy D. Hugo, Majority Whip Jackson Miller and Deputy Majority Leader Todd Gilbert. Suffolk police charged Morris, a 47-year-old ...Del. Richard Morris, facing 14 charges, asked to step down by ...Roanoke TimesDel. Morris charged with assault, urged to resignProgress IndexHouse leaders urge delegate to resign after assault chargesReading EagleWWBT NBC12 Newsall 50 news articles »

Richmond.com: Delegate seeks AG opinion on governor's plan to get lethal drugs in secret

April 15, 2016
Delegate seeks AG opinion on governor's plan to get lethal drugs in secretDel. Jackson Miller, R-Manassas, whose bill, HB815, which would allow death row inmates to be electrocuted if lethal injection drugs are not available, passes the Virginia Senate at the State Capitol in Richmond, VA, Monday, Ma.and more »

Daily Press: House backs electric chair for executions

February 10, 2016
Del. Jackson Miller, a former police officer, detailed Gray's crimes Wednesday as he called on the House to support his electric chair bill. He walked members through the brutal murders of two Virginia families, including their children. The rest of ...Houses votes to allow electric chair as fallback option for executions ...Richmond.comall 9 news articles »

Virginian-Pilot: General Assembly passes McAuliffe death penalty secrecy plan

April 20, 2016
Proponents, led by Del. Jackson Miller, R-Manassas, said the proposal wasn't perfect but was the only way to continue the death penalty in Virginia. Seven men are on death row in the state. The House first voted to reject McAuliffe's proposal, 51-47.Virginia OKs Amendment to Maintain Confidentiality of Execution Drug ProvidersThe Nonprofit Quarterly (blog)General Assembly approves McAuliffe's execution amendmentswtvr.comall 273 news articles »

The Daily Progress: Virginia lawmakers look to legalize, regulate fantasy sports sites

January 15, 2016
Del. Jackson Miller, R-Manassas, gestures while speaking during the floor session of the House of Delegates at the State Capitol in Richmond, VA Wednesday, Feb. "My interest in proposing this legislation is to protect the industry," said Del. Marcus B.and more »

These are all of the video clips of Jackson Miller’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 156 video clips in all.

Bills

  • 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.