Delegate Mark Dudenhefer (R-Stafford)

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Party
Republican
District
2: Counties of Prince William (part) and Stafford (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Left Office
January 2014
Age
62
Website
dudenhefer.com
Copatroning Habits
87% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 77% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 71% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Campaign Contributions
$77,706.96 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC Political Action Committee Falmouth $4,449
Alpha Natural Resources Coal Producer Abingdon $500
Virginia Bank PAC Political Action Committee Glen Allen $500
Washington Gas Light Company PAC Political Action Committee DC $500
Altria Client Services Tobacco Trade Organization Richmond $500
Virginia Automobile & Truck Dealers PAC Political Action Committee Richmond $250
Wawa Convenience Store PA $250
The Virginia Coal Association Trade Organization Richmond $250
Norfolk Southern Corporation Railway Company Norfolk $250
AT&T Telecommunications NJ $250

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Inside NoVA: NRA endorses Dudenhefer in 2nd District

May 20, 2015
Mark Dudenhefer, Republican candidate for Virginia House District 2, announced that the National Rifle Association has endorsed him in the Republican primary for delegate in District 2. He received an ?A? rating from the NRA.

Richmond.com: Notes from the Capitol: Ex-delegates in running to return to legislative seats

May 2, 2015
Former Del. Mark Dudenhefer, R-Prince William, who served in the legislature from 2012 to 2014, is trying to reclaim the seat he lost in 2013 to Democrat Michael Futrell. Futrell is ... Robert S. Bloxom Jr., R-Accomack, holds a seat that his father ...

PotomacLocal.com: Republican primary candidates release their plans for Virginia's 2nd district

April 28, 2015
Republican primary candidates release their plans for Virginia's 2nd districtOn June 9, two candidates for Virginia's 2nd House district ? former delegate Mark Dudenhefer and Tim Ciampaglio ? will be facing off in a Republican primary for the delegate seat. The incumbent, Delegate Michael Futrell, is currently running in a ...

PotomacLocal.com: Dudenhefer running to reclaim 2nd District seat in Stafford, Woodbridge

December 8, 2014
Mark Dudenhefer seeks to reclaim his seat in the House of Delegates representing Stafford and Woodbridge. It will be Dudenehfer's third time running for the seat, one he held for one term after being elected in 2011. He later lost to Delegate Michael ...

PotomacLocal.com: 95 Express Lanes open, Stafford County has a new traffic headache

April 30, 2015
Former Delegate Mark Dudenhefer, who now seeks reelection, is a proponent of widening the highway in Stafford. ?When the Express Lanes moved down there, I knew that wasn't going to be the end all, be all solution for traffic problems in the area,? said ...

These are all of the video clips of Mark Dudenhefer’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 15 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB727: Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish.
  • HB1150: Cash proffers; removes provision allowing court to award attorney fees in certain cases.
  • HB2026: Virginia FOIA; remote participation in meeting by member of public body.
  • HB2027: Tuition, in-state; active duty member, etc. mobilized or on temporary active orders.
  • HB2028: Public schools; cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillators.
  • HB2029: Speed limits; town located entirely within confines of military base may reduce to less than 25 mph.
  • HB2165: Signs or advertising; civil penalties for placing within highway rights-of-way.
  • HB2186: Real property; authorizes VDOT to convey certain property controlled by Department in Albemarle Co.
  • HJ828: Celebrating the life of Gwyneth Griffin.
  • HB727: Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish.
  • HB728: Transportation impact fees; when amount assessed and imposed.
  • HB729: Urban development areas; increases population thresholds to determine applicability of requirements.
  • HB730: Veterans Services, Board of; voting by ex officio members.
  • HB731: Performance guarantees; street construction.
  • HB732: Transfer of development rights; ordinance may permit a sending property to be used for parks, etc.
  • HB1148: Tangible personal property; volunteer deputy sheriffs.
  • HB1149: Freedom of Information Act; electronic communication meetings by local and regional public bodies.
  • HB1150: Cash proffers; removes provision allowing court to award attorney fees in certain cases.
  • HB1203: Research & Technology Investment Advisory Committee; Authority shall administer.
  • HB1286: Capital projects, local; planning commission to study impact of public facilities, etc.
  • HJ117: Unfunded mandates; General Assembly to recognize difficulties caused upon State localities.
  • HJ186: Celebrating the life of Alvin York Bandy.
  • HJ418: Commending Timothy A. Rudy.
  • HJ472: Commending the Colonial Forge High School wrestling team.
  • HR66: Commending Rock Hill Baptist Church.