Delegate Jim LeMunyon (R-Oak Hill)

Photo of Jim LeMunyon
Party
Republican
District
67: Counties of Fairfax (part) and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Education, General Laws, Transportation
Website
lemunyon.com
Twitter
@JimLeMunyon
Copatroning Habits
58% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 56% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 63% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
46.2% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): Video: Delegates Jim LeMunyon (R) and Tim Hugo (R) Blow Off League of Women Voters Forum

September 17, 2017
The following video is from today's League of Women Voters candidate forum covering the 36th, 40th, 67th and 86th Virginia House of Delegates districts. Note who is there ? Del. Ken Plum (D-36th), Del. Jennifer Boysko (D-86th), Karrie Delaney (D-67th ...

Blue Virginia (press release) (blog): Does Virginia House GOP Support ?Execrable? Trumpcare Bill?

September 21, 2017
When asked by a constituent whether he supported various iterations of Trumpcare, Delegate Jim LeMunyon refused to take a position and said he didn't ?intend to spend much time on their details.? Delegate Scott Lingamfelter, on the other hand, defended ...and more »

Loudoun Times-Mirror: Meet the candidates: Loudoun chamber hosts candidates forum

September 18, 2017
Dave LaRock (R-33) and challenger Tia Walbridge (D), Del. Kathleen Murphy (D-34) and challenger Cheryl Buford (D), Del. Jennifer Boysko (D-86) and challenger Linda Schultz (R), Del. John Bell (D-87) and Del. Jim LeMunyon (R-67) answered ...

Washington Post: Billionaire Tom Steyer's PAC donates $1 million to help Virginia immigrant groups mobilize for November election

September 12, 2017
Billionaire Tom Steyer's PAC donates $1 million to help Virginia immigrant groups mobilize for November electionRobert G. Marshall (R-Prince William) in the 13th District, Karrie Delaney (D), challenging Del. Jim LeMunyon (R-Fairfax) in the 67th District, and Kathy Tran (D), who is battling Lolita Mancheno-Smoak (R) for the open seat created by the retirement of ...and more »

Fairfaxtimes.com: Del. Jim LeMunyon fires back at criticism in recent letter to editor

March 1, 2017
You can tell it's an election year in Virginia. No sooner has the General Assembly session finished, a letter to the editor shows up complaining about my record. Jack Tracey's letter last week (Feb. 24) couldn't find much wrong about my record on ...

These are all of the video clips of Jim LeMunyon’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 105 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB215: Income tax, state; annual adjustment for inflation.
  • HB1379: Voter list maintenance; use of Electronic Registration Information Center, etc.
  • HB1380: Absentee voting; electronic signatures prohibited on certain applications for absentee ballots.
  • HB1498: School boards; assignment of teachers, class size limits.
  • HB1538: Revision and recodification of Title 23; corrections.
  • HB1539: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to records of public bodies.
  • HB1540: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to meetings of public bodies.
  • HB2136: Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Interstate Compact; Va. authorized to become a signatory.
  • HB2137: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; regional transportation plan.
  • HB2138: Transportation planning, state and local; adoption of comprehensive plan in Northern Virginia.
  • HB2139: Highways, Commissioner of; annual report requirements.
  • HB2140: Teachers turnover; exit questionnaire.
  • HB2141: Public education; Board of Education to report on condition and needs.
  • HB2142: High school graduation; delays by one year implementation of redesigned requirements.
  • HB2143: FOIA; training approved by Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council, online courses offered.
  • HB2144: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; increases membership, effect of missing meetings.
  • HB2145: DPOR; regulation of land surveyor photogrammetrists.
  • HB2146: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; online public comment form.
  • HJ90: United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget, sunset provision.
  • HJ551: United States Constitution; application for a convention of the states, balancing federal budget.
  • HJ552: Constitutional amendment; registration of voters (first reference).
  • HJ558: Commending the Chantilly High School baseball team.
  • HJ559: Commending the Chantilly High School boys' tennis team.
  • HJ617: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966 gubernatorial review.
  • HJ825: Commending the Westfield High School boys' basketball team.
  • HJ826: Commending the Westfield High School football team.
  • HB1: Interstate 66; tolls on existing components east of mile marker 67 prohibited.
  • HB209: Educational Institutions; revising and recodifying laws.
  • HB210: Housing; removal of obsolete provisions, correction of citation.
  • HB211: Civil immunity; forcible entry of motor vehicle to remove unattended companion animal.
  • HB212: Veterinary establishments; regulations, presentation of a deceased companion animal.
  • HB213: Motor vehicle safety inspection; exceptions to inspection requirement.
  • HB214: Tax reform, state and local; joint subcommittee to study.
  • HB215: Income tax, state; annual adjustment for inflation.
  • HB216: Sales and use tax; tax on food purchased for human consumption.
  • HB217: Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates established.
  • HB218: Income tax, state, tax credit; return of budget surplus.
  • HB518: School boards, local; to provide students with option to transfer to another school division.
  • HB519: School-affiliated entities; definition, providing protection for student personal information.
  • HB520: Redistricting of school boundaries; assignment of students.
  • HB521: Education, Board of; annual report includes reporting requirements of local school divisions.
  • HB522: Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; list of restrictive federal laws and regulations, report
  • HB523: Higher educational institutions; student mental health policies.
  • HB524: Teacher performance and quality; confidentiality.
  • HB525: Standards of Learning Innovation Committee; review of standardized testing in public high schools.
  • HB715: Interstate 66; requirements that VDOT must satisfy prior to change in HOV-2 designation.
  • HB716: Commonwealth Transportation Board; project evaluation.
  • HB717: Transportation projects; evaluation of in Northern Virginia.
  • HB718: Commonwealth Transportation Board; project proposals to regional organizations.
  • HB719: Commonwealth Transportation Board; value of statewide prioritization factors.
  • HB720: Transportation projects in Planning District 8; public hearings.
  • HB721: Toll Facilities Revolving Account; statewide prioritization process.
  • HB722: Tolls; prohibits imposition or collection of tolls on certain highways in Planning District 8.
  • HB723: NOVA; transfer of powers and duties to NOVA Authority.
  • HB724: Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; quorum and voting procedures.
  • HB725: Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; membership.
  • HB726: Northern Virginia Excess Toll Revenue Fund; created.
  • HB727: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; decision-making procedure.
  • HB728: State and local transportation planning; results of reviews related to homeland security.
  • HB729: Transportation, Department of; electronic toll collection account notification.
  • HB730: Commuter parking; lot signage in Planning District 8.
  • HB731: Members of transportation district commissions; compensation.
  • HB732: State and local transportation planning; review of proposed rezoning, impact on roads.
  • HB733: VDOT and DRPT employees; performance evaluations.
  • HB817: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions, rule of redaction, etc.
  • HB818: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; designation of officer, posting of rights and responsibilities.
  • HB819: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; public access to certain audio and video recordings.
  • HB821: Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; applicability to local governmental entities.
  • HB822: Cable television operators; billing, explanation of tax charges.
  • HB823: Governmental agencies; contracting for items from another governmental commercial activities list.
  • HB824: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; limitations.
  • HB1376: Claims; Paul R. DesRoches II.
  • HB1377: School boards; assignment of teachers, reduces maximum class sizes.
  • HB1378: Electrical transmission lines; construction near hospital helipads.
  • HB1379: Voter list maintenance; use of Electronic Registration Information Center, etc.
  • HB1380: Absentee voting; electronic signatures prohibited on certain applications for absentee ballots.
  • HJ90: United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget, sunset provision.
  • HJ91: Commending the Virginia Coalition for Open Government.
  • HJ109: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; Governor to review, report.
  • HJ110: Interstate 66; Secretary of Transportation to study tolling alternatives.
  • HJ256: Commending the Westfield High School football team.
  • HJ382: Commending Conner Cummings.
  • HB434: Machinery and tools, merchants' capital, and BPOL taxes; maximum rates established.
  • HB453: Income tax, corporate; exemption, filing.
  • HB788: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; out-of-state requests for records.
  • HB1398: Highways, bridges, and ferries; clarification of certain revisions to Title 33.
  • HB1713: Schools accredited with three warnings or denied accreditation; alternative enrollment policy.
  • HB1714: Standards of Learning; third grade through eighth grade assessments.
  • HB1715: Higher educational institutions; students exhibiting suicidal tendencies or behavior, policies.
  • HB1716: Income tax, state; individual subtraction for income attributable to discharge of student loan.
  • HB1717: Psychiatric treatment of minors; objecting minor.
  • HB1718: Private investigators or personal protection specialist; independent contractors.
  • HB1719: Virginia Real Estate Transaction Recovery Fund; conforms provisions to Virginia Contractor Fund.
  • HB1915: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; regional plan.
  • HB1916: Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; definition of state agency.
  • HB1917: Governmental agencies; contracts for items listed on commercial activities list.
  • HB1918: Public assistance; local director of social services to determine eligibility.
  • HB1919: Governor's Development Opportunity Fund; prohibited gifts and contributions.
  • HB1920: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; exclusions.
  • HB2362: Government electronic information; disclosure of data breach.
  • HJ499: United States Constitution; amendment concerning federal budget.
  • HJ575: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); registration of voters.
  • HJ576: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • HJ771: Commending Ann Elizabeth Kutyna.
  • HB311: Highways, bridges, ferries, rail transportation, etc.; recodifying and revising laws.
  • HB425: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; increases membership.
  • HB426: Interstate 66; CTB to include in next update certain improvements inside Capital Beltway.
  • HB427: Highways; periodic quantitative rating.
  • HB428: Registration of vehicles; false statement or affidavit and revocation.
  • HB429