Delegate Mamye BaCote (D-Newport News)

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Party
Democratic
District
95: Cities of Hampton (part) and Newport News (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Appropriations, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Transportation
Copatroning Habits
61% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 68% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 53% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
0% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$816.94 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Political Action Committee - VA Political Action Committee Richmond $1,000
HCA for Good Government Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Altria Client Services, Inc. 6601 West Brolad Street Richmond $500
Huntington Ingalls Industries Ship Building Company Newport News $500
VEA Fund Pokitical Action Committee Richmond $500
Virginia Automobile & Truck Dealers Political Action Committee Richmond $250
Virginia Sheriff's Association Political Action Committee Richmond $250
Troutman Sander LLP Law Firm GA $250
Old Dominion Highway PAC Political Action Committee Charlottesville $250
Committee for Efective Government Virginia Natural Gas, Inc. Political Action Committee Virginia Beach $250

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Daily Press: Another candidate for BaCote's seat

May 13, 2015
Another candidate for BaCote's seatPricillia Burnett, the former Newport News School Board member and retired police officer who has also run for mayor and sheriff in the last decade, has thrown her hat into the ring for retiring Del. Mamye BaCote's seat. Burnett said Wednesday that she ...

Daily Press: Newport News Delegate BaCote likely to retire post-session

January 15, 2015
RICHMOND ? Del. Mamye BaCote, who represents parts of Hampton and Newport News in the Virginia House of Delegates, likely won't stand for re-election this year, she said Thursday. BaCote said she hasn't made a final decision, but that she "probably ...

Daily Press: Evidence fight points to secret redistricting talks

April 30, 2015
Virginia House Republicans are fighting to keep hundreds of pages of documents secret as attorneys for Democratic groups push for full access, hoping to find something useful in an ongoing lawsuit over state election maps. The lawsuit targets 12 ...

Daily Press: Changes needed for Virginia's redistricting process

May 6, 2015
Changes needed for Virginia's redistricting processThey are in court thanks to a Democratic lawsuit challenging the legality of 12 state House districts, including two on the Peninsula: the 92nd, represented by Del. Jeion Ward, D-Hampton, and the 95th, represented by Del. Mamye BaCote, D-Newport News.

Thenewjournalandguide: Majority Black City Mayors Take Lead In Helping At-Risk Children

April 28, 2015
Black mayors in several cities are creating opportunities that will help more at-risk youngsters climb the ladder of success. For example, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake recently rolled up her sleeves and sponsored a mentoring program. For ...

These are all of the video clips of Mamye BaCote’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 36 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB2018: Veterans Services, Board of; increases membership.
  • HB2019: Virginia Port Authority; additional exemptions from the Public Procurement Act.
  • HB2020: Licensed local school board instructional or administrative employees; service retirement allowance.
  • HB2021: Hampton Roads Transportation Fund; moneys deposited to be used for public transportation.
  • HB2022: Photo-monitoring systems; traffic light signals.
  • HB2023: Child care subsidy; license required.
  • HB2024: Firearms; prohibits in libraries owned or operated by localities.
  • HB2025: Hampton, City of; amending charter, candidacy of councilmembers in mayoral election.
  • HJ708: Celebrating the life of Edna Bazemore Scott.
  • HB594: Local Government, Commission on; local mandates.
  • HB595: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; human trafficking policy.
  • HB992: Firearms; prohibited in libraries owned or operated by localities.
  • HB993: Teacher licensure; study in human trafficking.
  • HJ380: Commending Margaret Johnson.
  • HJ381: Celebrating the life of Betty Morgan Incorminias.
  • HB459: Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; photograph required of person pawning, selling, etc.
  • HB1637: Parental rights; procedure for restoring to parent whose rights to his child have been terminated.
  • HB1649: Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; records required to be maintained, etc.
  • HB1661: Localities; authority to require safety equipment on mobility aids.
  • HB1662: Libraries; locality to adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, ammunition, etc., in.
  • HB1744: Grass and weeds; written notice to property owners in Dinwiddie County and City of Hampton, etc.
  • HJ927: Commending Michael Suttle III.
  • HB457: Charter; City of Newport News.
  • HB458: Firearms; locality may adopt an ordinance that prohibits in libraries.
  • HB459: Pawnbrokers and precious metals dealers; photograph required of person pawning, selling, etc.
  • HJ72: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. William James Marshall.
  • HJ73: Celebrating the life of Dorothy Rouse-Bottom.
  • HR58: Commending the Wesley Grove United Church of Christ.
  • HR616: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Thomas J. Quinlan.
  • HB483: Juvenile correctional centers; appointment of counsel to assist confined individuals.
  • HB881: Solar energy collection devices; no community association shall prohibit installation or use.
  • HB1316: Residential community programs; DOC to give nonviolent prisoners opportunity to participate.
  • HB1597: Secondhand metal articles; expands requirements imposed on purchasers.
  • HB1598: Solar energy collection devices; no community association shall prohibit installation or use.
  • HB1599: Enterprise zone incentive grants; policies and procedures for allocation.
  • HB1600: Libraries; locality may adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, etc., on premises.
  • HB2515: Health records; disclosure requirements.
  • HJ855: Commending Katherine Johnson.
  • HJ867: Commending Claudia Ann Brown Hunter.
  • HJ868: Commending Valerie Scott Price.
  • HJ869: Commending Minnie A. Stiff, M.D.
  • HJ870: Commending the Honorable Aundria D. Foster.
  • HB483: Juvenile correctional centers; appointment of counsel to assist confined individuals.
  • HB877: Volunteer property maintenance and zoning inspectors; adds Newport News to cities who may utilize.
  • HB878: Community-based probation service agency, local; supervise offenders referred from drug courts.
  • HB879: Firearms; locality may adopt an ordinance that prohibits use thereof in libraries.
  • HB880: Derelict buildings; expands definition.
  • HB881: Solar energy collection devices; no community association shall prohibit installation or use.
  • HB1316: Residential community programs; DOC to give nonviolent prisoners opportunity to participate.
  • HJ324: Celebrating the life of Raymond Celester Crittenden, Jr.
  • HJ340: Celebrating the life of R. Wendell Midkiff.
  • HJ382: Commending Joe Frank.
  • HR24: Celebrating the life of Earl Ambrose Game.
  • HR25: Celebrating the life of Wilbert Theodore Borum.
  • HB699: Real estate tax; classification of residential property from commercial property.
  • HB700: Child support; responsibility of incarcerated obligor.
  • HB1910: Firearms; localities may adopt ordinance prohibiting thereof in libraries owned by locality.
  • HB1911: Retirement System; retirees may be hired as teachers without interrupting retirement benefits.
  • HB1912: Grass and weeds; permits City of Newport News to require property owner to cut if excessively high.
  • HB1913: Child support; court shall recalculate obligation of obligor who is incarcerated.
  • HB1914: Foster care; deletes certain Code references, guidelines for continuation thereof.
  • HB2442: Investment Performance Grants; raises per project amount thereof.
  • HB2570: Inoperable motor vehicles; allows City of Newport News to adopt ordinance prohibiting.
  • HB2571: Restricted driver's license; court to provide during period of suspension.
  • HJ677: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights for certain felons (first reference).
  • HJ5009: Celebrating the life of Robert Elester Caple.
  • HJ5025: Commending the Heritage High School girls' basketball team.
  • HB697: Libraries; localities may adopt an ordinance prohibiting firearms, etc. on premises.
  • HB698: Real estate tax; exemption for elderly and handicapped persons in certain counties and cities.
  • HB699: Real estate tax; classification of residential property from commercial property.
  • HB700: Child support; responsibility of incarcerated obligor.
  • HB701: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Act; registration procedures.
  • HB702: Tax information; local commissioners of revenue to provide access to their local police & fire dept.
  • HB703: Comprehensive Parole Reduction Act; Parole Board to adopt an analytical scale to assess risk.
  • HB704: Residential community programs; Department of Corrections give nonviolent prisoners opportunity.
  • HB705: Children; person convicted of sexual offenses prohibited near recreation centers, etc.
  • HB825: Foster & adoption workers; Department of Social Services to establish minimum training requirments.
  • HJ322: Celebrating the life of George C. Austin.
  • HJ457: Celebrating the life of Eunique Whitaker.
  • HJ5009: Celebrating the life of Robert Elester Caple.
  • HJ5025: Commending the Heritage High School girls' basketball team.
  • HJ6066: Commending Samuel M. Boston, Jr.
  • HB279: Urban Affairs, Secretary of; position created.
  • HB280: Motorcycle drivers; training course certified by Motorcycle Safety Foundation for licensure thereof.
  • HB2170: Misdemeanors; local fee upon conviction to be deposited in fund for law-enforcement training.
  • HB2171: Urban Affairs, Secretary of; position created.
  • HB2172: Teachers; removes sunset provision for retirement allowance.
  • HB2173: Libraries; provides that localities may adopt an ordinance that prohibits firearms, etc. therein.
  • HB2174: Grievance procedure; provides immunity from civil liability for local officials who participate.
  • HB2175: Children; broadens list of sex offenses prohibiting proximity thereto.
  • HB2176: Disaster Response Fund; authorizes disbursements therefrom.
  • HB2177: Driver's license; issued to operate a motorcycle.
  • HB3040: Motor fuel; failure to pay.
  • HB3041: Conservators of peace; sworn municipal park rangers may be.
  • HB3042: Fire Programs Fund; increases assessment on certain property and casualty insurers therefor.
  • HB3163: Child support; court shall recalculate obligation of an obligor who is incarcerated.
  • HB3174: Parole Guidelines Review Panel; established, report.
  • HJ840: Celebrating the life of Clarence Charles Johnson.
  • HJ943: Commending Wilbert D. Talley.
  • HR69: Celebrating the life of Herbert Valentine Kelly, Sr.
  • HB278: Animal license tax; City of Newport News to impose fee on dog or cat not spayed or neutered.
  • HB279: Urban Affairs, Secretary of; position created.
  • HB280: Motorcycle drivers; training course certified by Motorcycle Safety Foundation for licensure thereof.
  • HB751: Computer crimes; removes term without authority from definition of fraud.
  • HB752: Drug treatment courts; established in City of Newport News.
  • HB1530: Discharge of prisoner; records required upon release.
  • HB1550: Residential community programs; Dept. of Corrections to allow nonviolent prisoners to participate.
  • HJ275: Commending St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church on the occasion of its 125th anniversary.
  • HJ393: Celebrating the life of Pinkie L. Riddick.
  • HJ394: Celebrating the life of Ardell C. Johnson.
  • HJ434: Celebrating the life of Cecilia Murphy Hall.
  • HJ465: Celebrating the life of Dr. Cyrus Uriah Brown.
  • HJ507: Commending the Newport News/Hampton Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.; 50th anniversary.
  • HJ529: Commending McKinley L. Price.
  • HR504: Commending Fannie B. Cooper.