Delegate Margaret Ransone (R-Kinsale)

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Party
Republican
District
99: Counties of Caroline (part), King George, Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Privileges and Elections
Age
41
Website
margaretransone.com
Copatroning Habits
91% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 94% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 71% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
13.3% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$51,243.66 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trust Leadership Trust Fredericksburg $2,287
Dominion Political Action Committee - VA Political Action Committee Richmond $1,000
Alpha Natural Resources Servicellc/For and Behalf Of Its Affiliates Political Action Committee Abingdon $500
Virginia Optometric Association Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Virginia Hospital Association Political Action Committee Richmond $500
The Virginia Coal Association Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Virginia Cable Political Action Committee Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Christian & Barton LLP Attorneys At Law Richmond $500
Altria Client Services Inc Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Virginia Health Care Association Political Action Committee Richmond $500

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Northern Neck News: House Passes Del. Margaret Ransone's ?Right to Try? Legislation

February 3, 2015
wtvr.comHouse Passes Del. Margaret Ransone's ?Right to Try? LegislationThe House of Delegates today passed Del. Margaret Ransone's House Bill 1750, which expands access to investigational drugs for terminally ill patients. The measure passed with broad bipartisan support. Speaking about the legislation, Del. Ransone ...House OKs Bill Inspired by #SaveJoshwtvr.comHouse passes bill inspired by Josh HardyFredericksburg.comall 6 news articles »

Augusta Free Press: Del. Margaret Ransone's Right to Try legislation passes House committee

January 29, 2015
Del. Margaret Ransone's Right to Try legislation passes House committeehealthcare Del. Margaret Ransone's House Bill 1750, which expands access to investigational drugs for terminally ill patients, passed from the House Health Welfare and Institutions Committee this morning. The legislation is expected to come to a vote ...

Northern Neck News: Delegate Margaret Ransone's Government Regulation Oversight Bill Heads to ...

February 26, 2015
Delegate Margaret Ransone's Government Regulation Oversight Bill Heads to ...The Senate of Virginia voted on Wednesday afternoon to pass Delegate Margaret Ransone's HB1751. The legislation gives the General Assembly greater oversight of regulations with the potential to create financial problems for businesses or Virginia local ...and more »

Northern Neck News: Delegate Margaret Ransone's Government Regulation Oversight Bill Passes ...

February 12, 2015
Delegate Margaret Ransone's Government Regulation Oversight Bill Passes ...The Virginia House of Delegates voted 96-0 on Monday to pass HB1751, introduced by Delegate Margaret Ransone. This bill gives the legislature oversight of regulations that have the potential to create serious financial problems for businesses or ...and more »

Fredericksburg.com: Virginia lawmakers make final push for passage of 'Josh Hardy' bill

February 23, 2015
Virginia lawmakers make final push for passage of 'Josh Hardy' billFrank Burroughs, president of Abigail Alliance for Better Access to Developmental Drugs and Aimee Hardy, whose son Josh fought for access to an investigational drug last year, listen as Del. Del. Margaret Ransone, R?Kinsale, is sponsoring HB 1750.State eyes experimental drugs for dying patientsSuffolk News-Heraldall 7 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of Margaret Ransone’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 14 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1748: Accidents; reports maintained by DMV.
  • HB1749: Expungement of protective orders.
  • HB1750: Investigational drugs; expanded access.
  • HB1751: Administrative Process Act; certain review by Joint Commission on Administrative Rules, report.
  • HB2207: Broadband Advisory Council; increases membership.
  • HB2240: Blue catfish; introduction, stocking, and release of Blue catfish, exception.
  • HB2392: Harvester's license, special nonresident; fee and oath, revocation, penalty.
  • HJ589: Celebrating the life of Samuel Bryan Chandler.
  • HJ593: Losing Loved Ones in a Tragic Accident Month; designating as August 2015, and each year thereafter.
  • HJ693: Tax Withholding and Employer Contribution Awareness Month; designating as March 2016.
  • HJ704: Celebrating the life of R. David O'Dell, Jr.
  • HJ735: Commending Doug Bryant.
  • HB648: Oyster measures; reduces minimum size of container by which oysters in shell may be bought or sold.
  • HB649: Stormwater management program; regulations, single-family residence.
  • HB650: Boating safety course; persons who possess valid Va. seafood landing license, etc., exempted.
  • HB698: Campus police and school security officers; assault and battery, penalty.
  • HB1092: Oyster grounds; condemnation.
  • HJ80: Commending Thomas O. Lewis, Jr.
  • HJ81: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Walther Balderson Fidler.
  • HJ82: Celebrating the life of Ruth Jones Herrink.
  • HJ266: Commending William D. Henderson, Jr.
  • HJ5070: Commending Captain Peter R. Nette.
  • HJ5166: Commending the Cople Elementary School Problem Solvers team.
  • HJ5171: Commending the Richmond County Senior League All-Star Softball Team.
  • HR156: Commending Dr. James R. Prince.
  • HR157: Commending Christina Dempsey.
  • HR159: Celebrating the life of Abigail Randi-Mae Cullen.
  • HB149: Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses.
  • HB1390: Charter; Town of Kilmarnock.
  • HB1400: Oyster replenishment tax; penalties.
  • HB1411: Hoax explosive devices; imitation weapons of terrorism, increased penalties.
  • HB1648: Low-income and disabled customers; discounted fees and charges for certain.
  • HB1707: Unemployment compensation; notices of penalties for fraudulent claims for benefits, etc.
  • HB1805: Saltwater recreational fishing; allows State residents 65 and older to purchase lifetime license.
  • HB2346: Lock-down drills; every public school is required to have at least two practices per year, etc.
  • HJ633: Commending the Special Olympics Virginia Area 28 soccer team.
  • HJ655: Celebrating the life of Robert Ferrell Mothershead.
  • HJ707: Commending Greg Moffitt.
  • HJ737: Commending the King George Ruritan Club.
  • HJ855: Celebrating the life of Luther Everette Welch.
  • HB148: Unemployment benefits; each applicant, for eligibility, to provide VEC results of a drug test.
  • HB149: Income tax, corporate; lower rate for certain businesses.
  • HB150: Conservation police officers; Board to adopt regulations prohibiting hunting in certain areas.
  • HB395: Line of Duty Act; expeditious payment for burial expense for person whose death is in line of duty.
  • HB995: Forestry, Department of; limits payments from timber sales to localities.
  • HB996: Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; authorizes electronic certification process.
  • HB997: Public assistance; written and oral information to applicant.
  • HB998: Farm stores; exempts stores that are owned and operated by farmer from State inspection.
  • HJ69: Celebrating the life of Adam Maynard Bowen.
  • HJ70: Celebrating the life of Ronald Dare Hundley.
  • HJ405: Commending Frances W. Porter.
  • HJ485: Celebrating the life of J. Clifford Hutt.
  • HJ486: Commending Billy Sydnor.
  • HJ5006: Commending the Lancaster High School boys' basketball team.
  • HR519: Commending the King George High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps rifle team.