Delegate Keith Hodges (R-Urbanna)

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Party
Republican
District
98: Counties of Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King William (part), Mathews, and Middlesex [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Counties, Cities and Towns, General Laws, Health, Welfare and Institutions
Website
votekeithhodges.com
Copatroning Habits
88% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 69% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 73% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
39.1% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$15,577.72 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Medical Society Of Virginia PAC Richmond $1,000
Virginia Cable Political Action Committee PAC Richmond $500
Walgreen's Pharmacy IL $500
Altria Client Services Tobacco and Wine Products Richmond $500
Virginia Association of Health Plans Trade Association Richmond $250
Realtors Political Action Committe of Virginia PAC Richmond $250
National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc Firearms Trade Association CT $250
EYE PAC PAC Richmond $250
Virginia State Police Association Trade Association Richmond $150

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Recent Mentions in the Media

RVANews: What's the batting average for Virginia legislators?

April 11, 2015
What's the batting average for Virginia legislators?A fraction behind was Del. Edward T. Scott, R-Culpepper: He batted 0.889, passing eight of his nine bills. For a clean-up hitter, try Sen. Tommy Norment, R-Williamsburg, with a batting average of 0.833. Of the 24 bills that Norment filed, 20 passed ...and more »

Fredericksburg.com: Batting averages vary for Virginia legislators

April 13, 2015
At the other extreme were legislators like Del. Monty Mason, D?Williamsburg. He introduced 14 bills this session, and none of them passed. The only other lawmaker batting 0.000 was Democrat-turned-independent Joe Morrissey, who recently quit his ...and more »

Daily Press (blog): Del. Keith Hodges to hold town hall meeting in Gloucester

February 24, 2014
Del. Keith Hodges, R-Middlesex, is holding a town hall meeting at the Colonial Courthouse on Main Street on Thursday for Gloucester and Mathews residents. The town hall meeting is one of three Hodges is holding to give an update on the 2014 General ...and more »

Daily Press: Tax tiff between state agency and Gloucester commissioner may soon be resolved

March 13, 2015
Gloucester County Commissioner of Revenue Kevin Wilson said he hopes to make a decision this month about whether or not the Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority actually owes the county close to $30,000 in property taxes.

Daily Press (blog): Money, money, money: a first look at legislators' fundraising

January 21, 2015
Money, money, money: a first look at legislators' fundraisingThe champion was Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment, R-James City County, who raised $274,731 in cash and in-kind contributions. Del. David Yancey, R-Newport News, one of the few legislators in Virginia who actually has to compete for his seat, ...

These are all of the video clips of Keith Hodges’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 23 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB53: Medicine and other healing arts; unprofessional conduct, purchase of prescription drugs.
  • HB60: Enterprise Zone Grant Program; designation of noncontiguous areas.
  • HB506: Littering; penalty.
  • HB1103: Drug analogs, prohibited; Board of Pharmacy may regulate, prohibition on sale, civil penalty.
  • HB1732: Naloxone or other opioid antagonists; dispensing and administration.
  • HB1733: Prescription drug orders; delivery to PACE program facility.
  • HB1734: Living shorelines; loans for creation.
  • HB1735: Optometrists, TPA-certified; administration of certain Schedule II drugs.
  • HB1736: Wholesale distributors; notice to Board of Pharmacy when ceasing distribution of certain drugs.
  • HB1737: Outsourcing facilities; new regulatory framework created for permitting.
  • HB1738: Hospices; notice to dispenser of patient's death within 48 hours.
  • HB1739: Landlord and tenant laws; applicability to campgrounds.
  • HB1740: Enterprise Zone Grant Program; zones limited in county/city to an aggregate of 10 square miles.
  • HB1914: Pharmacists; possession of epinephrine and oxygen for emergencies.
  • HB1924: Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Advisory Committee; established, report.
  • HB2283: Virginia-recognized Indian tribes; enforcement of Uniform Statewide Building Code.
  • HJ623: Water resource and planning management; JLARC to study Virginia's resources.
  • HJ642: Recurrent flooding from outfall ditches; VDOT to conduct a one-year study.
  • HJ748: Celebrating the life of Thomas Stewart Belcher.
  • HJ749: Commending Sterling N. Ransone, Jr., M.D.
  • HJ780: Commending the Virginia Institute of Marine Science/School of Marine Science of The College of Wil
  • HR255: Commending the winners of the Pete Shepherd Volunteer Public Water Access Service Award.
  • HB53: Medicine and other healing arts; unprofessional conduct, purchase of prescription drugs.
  • HB54: Livestock or poultry; compensation owner is entitled to receive for those killed or injured by dogs.
  • HB58: Stormwater management programs; clarifies appeals process for persons subject to permit requirement.
  • HB60: Enterprise Zone Grant Program; designation of noncontiguous areas.
  • HB115: Enterprise Zone Grant Program; redesignation of certain joint enterprise zones.
  • HB505: Dextromethorphan Distribution Act; penalty for distributing or selling Dextromethorphan to a minor.
  • HB506: Littering; penalty.
  • HB507: Alcoholic beverage control; mixed beverage special event lecenses for art education & exhibition.
  • HB512: Elections; form of ballot.
  • HB528: Drainage ditch maintenance, etc.; use of revenue-sharing highway funds.
  • HB534: King William County and Town of West Point; localities to govern allocation of revenues for schools.
  • HB539: Prescription Monitoring Program; delegation of authority.
  • HB563: School Safety, Virginia Center for; name change.
  • HB1094: Uniform Statewide Building Code; enforcement on Indian tribal lands.
  • HB1103: Drug analogs, prohibited; Board of Pharmacy may regulate, prohibition on sale, civil penalty.
  • HB1173: Stormwater management programs; State Water Control Board to establish procedures and regulations.
  • HB1249: Prescription Monitoring Program; registration with Program for prescriber treating human patients.
  • HJ68: Viral hepatitis; Joint Commission on Health Care to study.
  • HJ338: Commending RockTenn West Point Mill.
  • HJ374: Commending John D. Miller.
  • HJ434: Commending the Reverend Dr. Chauncey Mann.
  • HJ435: Commending the Honorable R. Bruce Long.
  • HJ5244: Commending Olivia Gillett.
  • HB1446: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Rosewell Foundation.
  • HB1447: Littering; increased specificity as to what constitutes and provides an alternative penalty.
  • HB1448: Septic systems, failed; contracts with property owners to provide loans for repairs.
  • HB2117: Foster care; time to conduct hearings, etc.
  • HB2136: Methasterone and prostanozol; added to list of Schedule III controlled substances.
  • HB2181: Medical equipment suppliers; delivery of sterile water and saline.
  • HB2189: Home care organizations; proof of initial reserve operating funds.
  • HJ580: Commending Kaitlin Eriksen.
  • HJ581: Commending the Mathews High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HJ582: Commending James Pavik, Jr.
  • HJ738: Commending Fred S. Crittenden.
  • HJ739: Commending Dr. Hugh M. Bryan III, M.D.
  • HJ740: Commending West Point High School.
  • HJ752: Commending the Gloucester Rotary Club.
  • HJ771: Commending Danny Joyce.
  • HB119: Golf carts; allows governing body of Town of Urbanna to authorize operation on highways.
  • HB120: Tappahannock-Essex County Airport Authority; removes Tappahannock's name from Authority.
  • HB757: Town of Urbanna; liens for water charges.
  • HB758: Littering; defines and provides for penalties based on gravity of offense.
  • HB759: Public libraries; adds County of Middlesex to localities that are not required to have boards.
  • HB760: Water and sewer system connections; adds Gloucester County to those counties that may require.
  • HB885: Nurses; licensure exemption.
  • HB1140: Carisoprodol; added to list of Schedule IV controlled substances.
  • HB1141: Ezogabine; added to list of Schedule V controlled substances.