Delegate Randy Minchew (R-Leesburg)

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10: Counties of Clarke (part), Frederick (part), and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Next Election
November 2017
Courts of Justice, General Laws, Privileges and Elections, Transportation
Copatroning Habits
71% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 60% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 65% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
30.6% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

The Winchester Star: Delegate candidates announce plans at Indivisible Clarke meeting

February 21, 2017
BERRYVILLE ? Tenth District Del. Randy Minchew, R-Leesburg, and 33rd District Del. Dave LaRock, R-Hamilton, will be facing competition this fall, as two local women announced Monday night that they intend to run against them in the November elections.

The Loudoun Tribune: Wexton, Minchew Differ on Education, Social Issues

February 4, 2017
Jennifer Wexton (D-33) and Del. Randy Minchew (R-10) highlighted the divide on several major issues facing the General Assembly in the 2017 session. Speaking at a forum at the Rust Library in Leesburg on Feb. 4, the Loudoun lawmakers took different ... Audience boos as panel rebuffs legislation to take politics out of redistricting

February 3, 2017
Del. Randy Minchew, R-Leesburg, who chairs the subcommittee, said the panel had no choice as it considered 28 amendments to the Virginia Constitution. ?On Jan. 30, we deliberated on these 28 resolutions and made our recommendations to the full ...and more »

Loudoun Now: Letter: Community Advocates for Education

February 9, 2017
Editor: On Saturday, Leesburg residents had an opportunity to meet with Del. Randy Minchew and Sen. Jennifer Wexton in a Town Hall meeting at Rust Library. Members of Community Advocates for Education joined our neighbors in expressing concerns ...

Virginian-Pilot: Redistricting reform, civil rights restoration among 20-plus constitutional amendments killed by General Assembly ...

January 30, 2017
Among the block of proposals passed by: five civil rights restoration amendments and five nonpartisan redistricting amendments. Redistricting advocates thought they may have some luck with an amendment proposed by Del. Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave, ...Republican-Led House Panel Throws Out 20 Proposed Bills - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and ...NBC 29 NewsHouse Republicans block redistricting reformAugusta Free Pressall 7 news articles »

From the Legislator’s Website

These are all of the video clips of Randy Minchew’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 38 video clips in all.


  • HB251: Cover sheets; multiple deeds or instruments concerning the same interest in real property.
  • HB253: License tax, local, and state contractor's license; certificate of workers' compensation compliance.
  • HB908: Electrical transmission lines; SCC to consider impact on historic resources.
  • HB1285: Community energy programs; investor-owned electric utilities and electric cooperatives to establish.
  • HB1286: Distributed and renewable generation of electric energy; net energy metering.
  • HB1712: Energy performance-based contract; cooperative procurement.
  • HB1713: Nonconfidential court records; secure remote access, date of birth verification.
  • HB1714: Corporate income tax; rate of taxation.
  • HB1715: Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; powers of State Corporation Commission.
  • HB1717: Individual income tax; subtraction for interest and dividends from Virginia-based corporations.
  • HB1739: Civil immunity; emergency services and communications.
  • HB1740: Sanitary districts; creation by board of supervisors.
  • HB1816: Demurrers; amended pleadings.
  • HB1847: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; amendments, effective clause.
  • HB2124: Eminent domain; just compensation for entry onto property.
  • HB2125: Drug treatment courts; Counties of Clarke, Frederick, and Loudoun.
  • HB2303: Small agricultural generators; establishes parameters of a program.
  • HB2350: Electronic devices; use of system to trespass.
  • HB2388: Singular church locational sign; permissible in state-maintained right-of-way.
  • HB2435: Handheld personal communications devices; use while driving, penalty.
  • HJ1075: Commending the Douglass School.
  • HJ1076: Commending the Loudoun County High School girls' soccer team.
  • HJ1077: Commending the Woodgrove High School girls' lacrosse team.
  • HJ1078: Commending Briar Woods High School boys' lacrosse team.
  • HJ1079: Commending the Honorable Burke F. McCahill.
  • HJ1080: Celebrating the life of Grady Craven Frank, Jr.
  • HJ1081: Celebrating the life of William Livingston Berry.
  • HJ1082: Celebrating the life of Carolyn Su Allen Saunders Webb.
  • HJ1083: Celebrating the life of Nancy Rogerson Brown Reuter.
  • HB181: Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; increases membership.
  • HB182: Transient occupancy tax; authorizes Frederick County to impose an additional tax.
  • HB191: Composite index of local ability-to-pay; use value of real estate in certain localities.
  • HB192: Towns, certain; provides an exception to current moratorium on granting of new city charters.
  • HB230: Trusts; a circuit court may create and establish upon petition of an interested party.
  • HB233: Fire or rescue volunteers; mental health treatment; funding by locality.
  • HB243: Passing stopped school buses; mailing of summons.
  • HB248: Financial exploitation of adults; documentation referred to local law-enforcement agency.
  • HB250: Consumer loans; interest rate limits and lending practices.
  • HB251: Cover sheets; multiple deeds or instruments concerning the same interest in real property.
  • HB253: Local license tax and state contractor's license; certificate of workers' compensation compliance.
  • HB283: Electrical transmission line siting; hearing requested by locality.
  • HB386: Certified nurse aides; training in observational and reporting techniques.
  • HB406: Local school boards; transportation agreements with nonpublic schools.
  • HB537: Clerk of circuit court; local fees and fines paid directly to local government.
  • HB538: Use of unmanned aircraft to trespass; penalty.
  • HB553: Congressional and state legislative districts; criteria for General Assembly to observe in drawing.
  • HB707: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Board for; licensure of former methamphetamine property.
  • HB906: Ministers; communications between persons they counsel or advise.
  • HB907: Virginia Public Procurement Act; term contracts for architectural and engineering services.
  • HB908: Electrical transmission lines; SCC to consider impact on historic resources.
  • HB909: Nurse practitioners; practicing outside of a patient care team.
  • HB910: Appeal of tax assessments; prior to receipt of information, person to sign acknowledgment of order.
  • HB911: Dulles Greenway Authority; created.
  • HB912: Transportation, Department of; installation of broadband conduit on public highways.
  • HB1181: Electoral college; revises process of allocation of electoral votes.
  • HB1204: Virginia Health Care Access Fund; created.
  • HB1284: Lyme disease; certain treatment of a patient.
  • HB1285: Community energy programs; investor-owned electric utilities and electric cooperatives to establish.
  • HB1286: Distributed and renewable generation of electric energy; net energy metering.
  • HJ275: Commending Joseph R. Price.
  • HJ304: Commending Michael Burnett.
  • HJ375: Commending Thomas A. Mason.
  • HJ510: Commending the Old Stone Church Foundation and its United Methodist Church Affiliates.
  • HJ511: Commending Richard C. Shickle, Sr.
  • HR240: Celebrating the life of Charles Lee Burwell.
  • HB148: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; reduces sale price by value of any trade-in.
  • HB150: Jail authorities; sovereign immunity.
  • HB558: State recordation taxes and fees; makes substantive and technical changes.
  • HB825: General district court; days of operation.
  • HB1513: Jail authorities; sovereign immunity.
  • HB1514: Composite index of local ability-to-pay; use value of real estate in certain localities.
  • HB1525: NVTA; Department of Taxation's costs in administering certain taxes.
  • HB1531: Speed limits in school crossing zones; counties allowed to increase or decrease.
  • HB1636: Net energy metering; program for community subscriber organizations.
  • HB1637: Virginia Public Procurement Act; job order contracts and design professional contracts.
  • HB1665: Financing of clean energy programs; development of optional underwriting guidelines.
  • HB1688: State Comptroller; deposit of fines and fees for violation of local ordinances.
  • HB1689: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government, and General Assembly; prohibited gifts.
  • HB1774: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA.
  • HB2161: Deeds of trust or mortgages; calculation of tax shall be calculated using rate scale, etc.
  • HB2170: Northern Virginia Transportation Commission; transfer of powers and duties.
  • HB2229: Small estates; checks or negotiable instruments.
  • HB2325: Utility pole attachments; broadband service providers.
  • HB2391: Highway funds; allocation by the Commonwealth Transportation Board.
  • HJ896: Celebrating the life of the Honorable William Eldridge Frenzel.
  • HJ897: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Julia Taylor Cannon.
  • HJ898: Celebrating the life of Robert J. Zoldos.
  • HJ899: Commending Milton J. Herd.
  • HJ900: Commending Robert T. Williamson.
  • HJ907: Celebrating the life of Captain James Richard Powell, Jr., USN (Ret.).
  • HJ908: Commending John R. Riley, Jr.
  • HJ909: Commending the Tuscarora High School girls' cross country team.
  • HJ960: Celebrating the life of Adam Fortune.
  • HR301: Commending the Clarke County High School wrestling team.
  • HR308: Commending Scott K. York.
  • HB130: Health care providers; civil immunity for members of or consultants to boards or committees.
  • HB141: Divorce, custody, or visitation; court orders in pending suit, life insurance policies.
  • HB142: Circuit court judges; adds an additional judge to 20th Judicial Circuit.
  • HB143: Courthouse; posting of notices, website.
  • HB148: Motor vehicle sales and use tax; reduces sale price by value of any trade-in.
  • HB149: Real property tax; board of equalization.
  • HB150: Jail authorities; sovereign immunity.
  • HB151: Income tax, state; Tax Commissioner and State Comptroller to implement procedures for tax refunds.
  • HB152: State Police, Department of; variable housing allowance.
  • HB156: Real and personal property tax; exemption for religious bodies.
  • HB157: Charter schools; restrictions and pre-lottery enrollment for current students.
  • HB158: Annexation moratorium statute; continuation of moratorium on annexation by cities.
  • HB191: Physician assistant; expert witness testimony.
  • HB192: Precious metals dealers; chief law-enforcement officer may waive permit fee for retail merchants.
  • HB193: FOIA; participation in meetings by electronic communication in event of emergency, etc.
  • HB230: Economic development authorities; appointment in Frederick County.
  • HB231: House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment.
  • HB383: House of Delegates districts; technical adjustment.
  • HB389: Unemployment compensation; voluntary separation presumed.
  • HB416: Loudoun County; VDOT's duties & responsibilities to properly maintain the rural gravel road network.
  • HB420: Public assets; misuse, adoption of local ordinance by locality, penalty.
  • HB421: Virginia Public Procurement Act; competitive negotiation, term contracts for certain services.
  • HB424: Alcoholic beverage control; distillers' licenses, tasting privileges, special event licenses.
  • HB447: Standards of Learning; Bd. of Education to administer additional assessments, school accountability.
  • HB515: Students; reasonable efforts to notify parents when violation could result in long-term suspension.
  • HB558: State recordation taxes and fees; makes substantive and technical changes.
  • HB762: Appraisal management companies; licensure from Real Estate Appraiser Board, regulation.
  • HB763: Recordation of deeds and deeds of trust; use of cover sheets on deeds.
  • HB824: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; bonding authority not effective until July 1, 2018.
  • HB825: General district court; days of operation.
  • HB826: Uniform Statewide Building Code; inspection & enforcement by counties & towns for existing building.
  • HB827: Emergency custody orders; temporary firearms restriction orders.
  • HB828: Concealed handgun permits; completion of firearms safety courses.
  • HB1000: Real property tax; exemption for certain elderly and disabled persons.
  • HB1199: Certificate of analysis; procedures for notifying accused, witness fees.
  • HB1200: Elections; qualifications of candidates, residency of candidates for General Assembly.
  • HB1270: Rural Virginia, Center for; OSAF and SOTECH to report on rural broadband underserved areas.
  • HJ22: General registrars; State Board of Elections to study evolution of duties, report.
  • HJ371: Commending the Loudoun County High School volleyball team.
  • HJ445: Commending the Honorable Thomas D. Horne.
  • HJ446: Commending John Wells.
  • HJ447: Commending the Greater Loudoun Lions baseball team.
  • HJ5057: Celebrating the life of Joseph Megeath Rogers, M.D.
  • HJ5075: Celebrating the life of John D. Hardesty.
  • HJ5131: Commending the Loudoun County High School boys' soccer team.
  • HJ5239: Commending James D. Spurlock, Jr.
  • HB908: Land preservation tax credit; application for credits prior to any donation.
  • HB918: Medicaid; appeals of agency determinations. Regarding overpayments.
  • HB1451: Retention of case records; general district court.
  • HB1558: Libraries; Town of Leesburg may by ordinance establish an endowment fund for supporting certain.
  • HB1570: Nonsuits; dismissal of action, fees and costs.
  • HB1574: Uniform Statewide Building Code; enforcement of provisions by towns for construction, etc.
  • HB1585: Town and county; joint powers.
  • HB1586: Arts and cultural districts, local; tax incentives.
  • HB1589: Derelict nonresidential building or structure; demolition by locality.
  • HB1594: Small estates; checks and negotiable instruments.
  • HB1603: Incapacitated adults; crimes against person, penalty.
  • HB1663: Motor fuels tax; authorizes any county or city to impose at rate not to exceed $0.10 per gallon.
  • HB1688: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in Clarke County.
  • HB1694: Land preservation tax credits; application for credits prior to any donation.
  • HB1695: Agricultural-customer generators, eligible; renewable energy incentives through net metering, etc.
  • HB1696: Dulles Toll Road; authorizes VDOT to enter into an agreement with MWAA.
  • HB1697: Real property tax; land use valuation.
  • HJ858: Celebrating the life of Joe L. Allbritton.
  • HJ859: Commending the Briar Woods High School football team.
  • HJ860: Commending the Unison Preservation Society.
  • HJ861: Celebrating the life of Donald Neff Rose, Sr.
  • HJ894: Commending the Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company.
  • HJ895: Commending Taylor Justice.
  • HR230: Commending Gabriella Miller.
  • HB902: Condominium Act; time limits for expansion, contraction, or conversion of condominium.
  • HB903: Proffered conditions; landowners may apply to governing body for amendments, etc., of conditions.
  • HB904: Charter; Town of Middleburg.
  • HB905: Nonpublic school students; organizations governing participation in interscholastic programs.
  • HB906: Charter; Town of Leesburg.
  • HB907: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries in Clarke County.
  • HB908: Land preservation tax credit; application for credits prior to any donation.
  • HB909: Highway maintenance and construction; allocation of funds.
  • HB910: Cash proffers; expands existing provisions that allow certain alternative uses.
  • HB911: Renewable energy; requires SCC to establish a program of community net metering.
  • HB912: Virginia Intrastate Commerce Act; created.
  • HB913: Solid waste management plan, regional or local; making such plans optional.
  • HB914: Children at play signs; allows county or town governments to install.
  • HB915: Habeas corpus; oral argument on motion.
  • HB916: Prisoners; harassment by use of computer, penalty.
  • HB917: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; required meetings of regulatory boards.
  • HB918: Medicaid; appeals of agency determinations. Regarding overpayments.
  • HB1117: Annexation by cities; continuation of moratorium.
  • HB1287: Development; clarifies definition.
  • HB1288: Charter Amendment; Town of Boyce.
  • HJ104: American hall of fame and museum; Dept. of Historic Resources to study feasibility of constructing.
  • HJ129: TMDL; Attorney General to explore challenge to constitutionality of regulations by USEPA.
  • HJ130: United States Constitution; urging Congress to honor state sovereignty under Tenth Amendment.
  • HJ131: Route 28; VDOT to study feasibility of extending across Potomac River into Maryland, etc.
  • HJ381: Celebrating the life of David Yost Boyce.
  • HJ465: Celebrating the life of John William Pumphrey, Jr.
  • HJ466: Commending the Dulles Area Association of Realtors.
  • HJ488: Commending the Patrick Henry College moot court national championship team.
  • HR615: Commending Dennis J. Hanrahan.