Delegate Mark Dudenhefer (R-Stafford)

Photo of Mark Dudenhefer
Party
Republican
District
2: Counties of Prince William (part) and Stafford (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Education, Science and Technology, Transportation
Age
64
Website
dudenhefer.com
Copatroning Habits
79% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 78% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
0% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Inside NoVA: Jennifer Foy wins primary in 2nd District delegate race

July 21, 2017
Foy now advances to face Republican Laquan Austion this November, as the two square off to fill a seat left open by retiring GOP Del. Mark Dudenhefer. The district covers parts of both Prince William and Stafford counties. Foy says she has some ground ...

PotomacLocal.com: Foy wins HD 2 recount in Prince William, Stafford

July 21, 2017
Republican Delegate L. Mark Dudenhefer (HD-2) announced he was not going to run for re-election and Hillary Clinton won the district by 56%. Democrats came within 125 votes of defeating Del. Dudenhefer in 2015, and Democratic turnout is expected to be ...

Inside NoVA: Virginia House 2nd District recount underway

July 20, 2017
On election night, Jennifer Foy seemingly bested Josh King by just 10 votes in the race to challenge Republican Laquan Austion for the seat vacated by retiring GOP Del. Mark Dudenhefer. But with such a narrow margin in the race, officials in both ...

Inside NoVA: Prince William Democrats raise more money than GOP candidates

July 18, 2017
Elizabeth Guzman, the Democratic nominee in the 31st District, placed a distant second behind Roem in the county money race, but she still managed to dwarf Republican Del. She pulled in about $21,500 in June to Anderson's $17,500, though the ...and more »

Washington Post: Democratic group endorses seven candidates under age 35 in Virginia delegate races

June 27, 2017
An organization that is encouraging first-time candidates to run for the General Assembly in Virginia issued seven endorsements Tuesday and promised to raise money for those candidates in the November races. The candidates are all Democrats under the ...

These are all of the video clips of Mark Dudenhefer’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 18 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1332: Virginia Electronic Communications Privacy Act; established, report.
  • HB1461: Quantico, Town of; amending charter, removes certain town officers elected by town council.
  • HB1674: Conditional rezoning proffers; definition of public facilities.
  • HB1690: Virginia Preschool Initiative; local matching funds.
  • HB1691: Widewater Beach Subdivision; DCR to convey certain real property.
  • HB1757: School personnel; staffing ratios; school nurses.
  • HB1769: Malicious bodily injury to or pointing of laser at members of United States Armed Forces.
  • HB1828: School attendance officer; powers and duties.
  • HB1829: Teacher licensure; certification or training in emergency first aid, etc., hands-on practice.
  • HB2219: Real property tax; Stafford County may adopt, by ordinance, to restrict deferral of taxes.
  • HJ778: Commending Ramoth Baptist Church.
  • HJ1038: Commending Marine Corps Base Quantico.
  • HB1165: Virginia Grade Level Alternative; electronic submission of evidence.
  • HB1202: State Inspector General; lean government initiative.
  • HB1236: Unpaid toll collection; toll facility operator prohibited from charging administrative fees.
  • HB1332: The Virginia Electronic Communications Privacy Act; report.
  • HJ410: Celebrating the life of Madonna Griffin Cote.
  • HJ425: Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness Day.
  • HR128: Commending Dana Reinboldt.
  • 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.