Delegate Joe May (R-Leesburg)

Photo of Joe May
Party
Republican
District
33: Counties of Clarke (part), Frederick (part), and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1994
Left Office
January 2014
Website
joetmay.com
Copatroning Habits
63% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 74% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 62% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Campaign Contributions
$89,345.71 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Alpha Natural Resources Services LLC Coal Abingdon $3,000
Infrastructure Corp Roads TN $1,000
Fairfax Taxi Inc Taxi Service Arlington $1,000
Toll Road Investors Partnership II, LP Toll Roads Sterling $1,000
Virginia Bank PAC Bank PAC Glen Allen $1,000
HCA for Good Government Healthcare PAC Richmond $1,000
Virginia Beer Wholesalers Accociation PAC Beer Distributors PAC Richmond $750
3M Technology Corp MN $500
Old Dominion Highway PAC Road PAC Charlottesville $500
The Lane Construction Corp Construction Chantilly $500

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Recent Mentions in the Media

El Extra: Director de la Escuela Primaria Joe May abre las puertas a los sueos

September 8, 2016
Dallas- Cuando Israel Rivera, director de la nueva Escuela Primaria Joe May, tena 29 aos, emprendi un viaje que cambiara su vida por completo. Adopt a los cuatro hijos de su hermano y decidi cambiar de profesin para poder pasar ms tiempo con ...

People Magazine: Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Blog: Sizing Up the Final Four

May 12, 2016
Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Blog: Sizing Up the Final FourJoe may not have been the super strategist. He wasn't racing in circles from group to group like Aubry. But his solid moral compass ? which seemed like a throwback to earlier eras of the game ? was part of what made this season feel so special, with so ...and more »

azcentral.com: Fall 2016 concert guide for Phoenix: Adele, Black Sabbath, Luke Bryan, Blink-182, Mumford & Sons, Disturbed

September 15, 2016
Fall 2016 concert guide for Phoenix: Adele, Black Sabbath, Luke Bryan, Blink-182, Mumford & Sons, DisturbedNick has been the Jonas most likely to succeed from the day he and his brothers signed a major-label deal (although Joe may have been the most crush-worthy to younger Jonas Brothers fans). The point is Nick is solo now, touring an album called ?Nick ...

Washington Post: Joe May cuts ties to GOP; Va. delegate to run as independent for potential state Senate seat

December 5, 2013
As Virginia elections officials prepared for a recount after state Sen. Mark R. Herring's narrow victory in the attorney general's race, Del. Joe T. May announced Monday that he would seek the Republican nomination in the potential race for Herring's ...

Loudoun Times-Mirror: 2012 Citizen of the Year: Joe May

January 2, 2013
A professional engineer who holds 22 patents and a member of the Virginia House of Delegates for nearly two decades, May embodies what people look for in an elected official, Del. Randy Minchew (R-10th) says. ?Joe May has the civility and honor of ...

These are all of the video clips of Joe May’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 144 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB807: Electronic tracking devices; person who uses without consent to track location of another, penalty.
  • HB1384: Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; removes obsolete provision.
  • HB1979: Dulles Greenway; authorizes Commonwealth Transportation Board to issue bonds to acquire.
  • HB1980: Dulles Greenway Authority; created.
  • HB1981: Electronic tracking devices; person who installs, etc., without consent, Class 3 misdemeanor.
  • HB1982: Local tax bills; permits treasurers to convey access online from database on treasurer's website.
  • HB1983: Loudoun County; DGS to convey by quitclaim deed, certain real property of former Town of Waterford.
  • HB1984: Non-conventional vehicles; titling and registration of mopeds, etc.
  • HB1985: Vehicle weight limits and overweight permits; technical changes.
  • HB2032: Virginia FOIA; allows regional public bodies to conduct electronic meetings.
  • HB2042: DMV; customer service.
  • HB2064: Virginia Uniform Trade Secrets Act; protection of trade secrets, penalties.
  • HB2071: Business Assistance, Department of, et al.; marketing campaign.
  • HB2243: Escort vehicle drivers; certification and regulation in State.
  • HB2285: Alternative fuels; establishes tax rate for biodiesel fuel, etc., used in operating highway vehicle.
  • HJ834: Celebrating the life of Richard Louis Storch.
  • HJ835: Celebrating the life of George L. Barton IV.
  • HB252: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; changes in composition.
  • HB801: Equalization, Board of; Loudoun County board of supervisors to appoint members.
  • HB802: Virginia Pump Toll; established.
  • HB803: Charter; Town of Hillsboro in Loudoun County.
  • HB804: Charter; Town of Purcellville.
  • HB805: Motor vehicles; authorized on-road clean screen program and emissions inspection.
  • HB806: Overweight and oversize vehicle permits and fees; provides a method of assigning cost-based fees.
  • HB807: Electronic tracking devices; person who uses without consent to track location of another, penalty.
  • HB808: Senate and House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundries.
  • HB809: Insurance; employees of political subdivisions of State may receive from a locality.
  • HB810: Transportation Accountability, Joint Commission on; admin. staff support by House Clerk's Office.
  • HB811: Corporate tax credit; taxes paid in another state.
  • HB812: Historic district; notice of public hearing on designation of district.
  • HB813: Commercial space flight; funding and oversight.
  • HB1186: Telecommunications service provider or cable television system; rates for pole attachments.
  • HB1243: Charter; Town of Middletown.
  • HB1245: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; changes in composition.
  • HJ352: Celebrating the life of Hal P. Demuth.
  • HJ360: Commending A.R. Dunning, Jr.
  • HJ412: Commending Warren A. Arthur.
  • HJ5024: Commending the Millbrook High School girls' basketball team.
  • HB665: Budget bill; Governor to provide for additional appropriations to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB675: Transmission lines; SCC to establish certain conditions to minimize adverse environmental impact.
  • HB1323: Tolls; provided at Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel & Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel.
  • HB2019: Town and county treasurers; reciprocal agreements.
  • HB2020: Freedom of Information Act; definition of public records.
  • HB2021: Allocation of revenue-sharing funds; removes priority structure to localities.
  • HB2022: Overweight vehicles; Commissioner of DMV to develop comprehensive, tiered schedule for fees, etc.
  • HB2023: Elections; acquisition of voting equipment by localities on or after July 1, 2011.
  • HB2024: Electrical transmission lines; to assist in approval of lines applicant to minimize adverse impact.
  • HB2025: Noise abatement practices; use of noise reducing design and pavement materials for highway projects.
  • HB2026: Commercial vehicles; person required to register with Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry.
  • HB2027: Underground transmission lines; extends scheduled expiration date of pilot program.
  • HB2028: Motor vehicle registration; federal and state safety requirements.
  • HB2029: Vehicle emissions inspection program; provides for an on-road clean screen program, etc.
  • HB2030: Strategic Manufacturing and Job Repatriation Act; created, report.
  • HB2031: Charter; Town of Purcellville.
  • HB2032: Electronic tracking devices; prohibits person from placing in or on vehicle, penalty.
  • HB2259: Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act; identity credentials.
  • HJ621: Cell phone; Virginia Tech Transportation Institute to study disincentives for use in motor vehicles.
  • HJ701: Commending Stephen L. Oesch.
  • HJ735: Manufacturing jobs; Manufacturing Development Commission directed to develop plan for repatriating.
  • HB665: Budget bill; Governor to provide for additional appropriations to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB666: Transportation Capital Projects Revenue Bonds; used for new road or highway construction projects.
  • HB667: Residential Property Disclosure Act; seller required to disclose presence of wastewater system.
  • HB668: Electric transmission line verification costs; applicant to pay SCC or third-party consultant.
  • HB669: Triennial census; eliminates three-year requirement, distribution of sales & use tax.
  • HB670: Electronic tracking devices; unauthorized installation or placement in motor vehicle, penalty.
  • HB671: Electrical Utility facility; requires SCC to conduct public hearing for approval of construction.
  • HB672: Virginia Infrastructure Project Loan Fund; created.
  • HB673: State Corporation Commission; increases number of members.
  • HB674: Radar detectors; use thereof considered traffic infraction.
  • HB675: Transmission lines; SCC to establish certain conditions to minimize adverse environmental impact.
  • HB676: Aerospace Advisory Council; adds five members, powers and duties.
  • HB677: Specialized Biotechnology Research Performance Grant Program; established.
  • HB678: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Investment Authority & Commonwealth Research & Commercialization Fund.
  • HB679: Social security numbers; no state or local agency may collect under certain circumstances.
  • HB680: Recordation fees; increases every deed, deed of trust, etc., conveying an interest in real property.
  • HB1323: Tolls; provided at Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel & Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel.
  • HJ96: Transportation Needs, Commission on; established, report.
  • HJ175: Celebrating the life of Dr. Everette Lee May.
  • HJ176: Celebrating the life of Robert N. Twigg.
  • HJ180: Commending the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ181: Commending the Town of Boyce on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ454: Commending Bruce Lemmert.
  • HB628: Antique, vintage, and collectible items; designating items, penalty.
  • HB636: Insurance notices; electronic delivery.
  • HB638: Voting equipment; acquisition and securing by localities.
  • HB1511: Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements.
  • HB2421: Freedom of Information Act; definition of public record.
  • HB2422: Voting equipment; locality that acquired DREs prior to 7-1-07 may temporarily conduct election..
  • HB2423: Broadband Advisory Council; established.
  • HB2424: Graffiti; restitution for abatement costs.
  • HB2425: Highways, primary and secondary; transfer roads, bridges, etc., therefrom to local system of roads.
  • HB2426: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; extends implementation of prohibition.
  • HB2427: Protection of Social Security Numbers Act; first five digits to be confidential from disclosure.
  • HB2428: Distribution of handbills, etc. on highways; grants Loudoun County power to regulate.
  • HB2429: Land development plans; adds Town of Leesburg to localities that may develop procedure for review.
  • HB2430: Electronic delivery of insurance notices; authorizes insurers to electronically transmit.
  • HB2576: Solid waste; electricity generated therefrom.
  • HB2577: Highway noise abatement; Transportation Board or VDOT to plan therefor when constructing.
  • HB2665: Broadband Infrastructure Loan Fund; created.
  • HJ770: Virginia's Transportation Needs, Commission on; created, report.
  • HJ779: Commending Lucas Brown.
  • HJ864: Commending Johnny Rocca.
  • HJ969: Commending the Honorable Jean Harrison Clements.
  • HB625: Personal property tax; extends sunset provision for separate classification for tax purposes.
  • HB626: Investment of Public Funds Act; investment of funds for volunteer fire & rescue squad pension prog.
  • HB627: PPTA; private entity to pay costs for independent audit of all traffic and cost estimates.
  • HB628: Antique, vintage, and collectible items; designating items, penalty.
  • HB629: VDOT regulations; fiber optic facilities.
  • HB630: VDOT regulations; placement of customer service drop cables.
  • HB631: Special license plates; sesquicentennial of the American Civil War.
  • HB632: Resources Authority; provisions of broadband services.
  • HB633: Personal Information Privacy Act; prohibits dissemination of another's social security number.
  • HB634: Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; disclosure of personal information.
  • HB635: Impact fees; expands existing road impact fee provisions to include school improvements, etc.
  • HB636: Insurance notices; electronic delivery.
  • HB637: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; applicability to town elections.
  • HB638: Voting equipment; acquisition and securing by localities.
  • HB639: Charter; Town of Purcellville.
  • HB640: Voting; extending hours polls are open in Northern Virginia.
  • HB1140: Tolls; State Corporation Commission authority to approve or revise rates charged.
  • HB1319: Underground transmission lines; pilot program established.
  • HB1320: Public road easements; maintenance of certain roads not abandoned.
  • HB1406: Rural rustic road program; increases maximum average daily traffic volume for roads.
  • HB1510: Gang-related criminal information; Department of State Police to include in Crime in Va. report.
  • HB1511: Changeable electronic variable message signs; imposes a moratorium on erection of advertisements.
  • HB1578: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; refund of certain fees and taxes imposed thereby.
  • HB6051: Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability.
  • HJ308: Celebrating the life of W. Barry Lisagor.
  • HB2379: School bus stops; local governing bodies and VDOT to mark pavement of highways to indicate.
  • HB2380: Road improvements; use of cash proffers by localities.
  • HB2381: Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act; wireless broadband services.
  • HB2382: Consumer utility taxes, local; provider remains liable to appropriate taxing locality.
  • HB2383: Speed limits; provides maximum speed limit in Village of Lucketts.
  • HB2384: Uniform Environmental Covenants Act; created.
  • HB2385: Personal property tax; separate classification for wireless broadband service providers.
  • HB2386: Campaign finance disclosure; filings of candidate reports.
  • HB2387: Parking ordinances; local governments may prohibit parking of certain vehicles.
  • HB2388: License tax; exempt business providing electronic payment services for financial institutions.
  • HB2614: Electrical utility facilities; review of construction applications by State Corporation Commission.
  • HB2615: Electrical utility facilities; suspension of new construction in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties.
  • HB2616: Airports, private-use; those licensed not required to provide proof of financial responsibility.
  • HB2617: Aircraft; proof of financial responsibility with respect thereto.
  • HB3028: Driver's license, commercial; fee for failing to attend scheduled skills test appointment.
  • HB3115: Eminent domain; compensation for damage to viewshed.
  • HB3116: Private road easements; maintenance and improvements.
  • HJ881: Commending Memory Porter.
  • HB814: Uniform Environmental Covenants Act; created.
  • HB815: Standards of Quality; modify current funding formula and calculation of composit index.
  • HB816: Recording devices in motor vehicles; access to recorded data.
  • HB817: Affordable housing; dwelling unit program applicable in Town of Leesburg.
  • HB818: Public Procurement Act; design-build projects by local public bodies, methods of procurement.
  • HB819: Magistrates; retired is eligible to serve as substitute.
  • HB820: Public facilities impact fees; applicable in all localities.
  • HB821: Rural Rustic Road program; roads with certain average daily traffic volumes qualify therefor.
  • HB822: Libraries, local public; donations of materials to nonprofit organizations.
  • HB823: Speed limits; signs placed in residence districts without approval of county.
  • HB824: Signs; authorizes any town to request and pay for installation thereof.
  • HB825: Speed limits; certain restrictions in residence districts.
  • HB826: Tolls; failure to pay, penalty.
  • HB827: License plates.; prohibits use of any bracket, etc. that obscures or alters.
  • HB1120: Radar detectors; repeals prohibition on use thereof.
  • HB1121: Charter; Town of Purcellville.
  • HJ100: Underground transmission lines; JLARC to study criteria, etc. used by SCC in evaluating feasibility.
  • HJ305: Commending the Loudoun Medical Group.
  • HJ335: Commending Charles Beardsley.
  • HJ5006: Commending the Clarke County High School boys' basketball team.