Del. Nick Freitas (R-Culpeper)

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30: Counties of Culpeper (part); Madison, and Orange [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2019
Finance, Militia, Police and Public Safety, Science and Technology
Copatroning Habits
85% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 70% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 65% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
26% in 2018
Recent Mentions in the Media

Blue Virginia: Virginia Del. Nick ?Freaky? Freitas (Far-Right Republican) Strikes Again, Compares People from Blue States to ?Locusts? Eating Red States' ?Crops?

December 27, 2018
  Remember how in the spring of 2018, when the Republican primary campaign for U.S. Senate was raging, there were actually people who argued that nutty, ...

Community Idea Stations: Legislature Takes on 'Horrible Time Oppression' of Daylight Savings

January 14, 2019
  It's Republican Delegate Richard ?Dickie? Bell's last session in the General Assembly, and he's spending a sliver of his political capital on an old gripe: daylight ...

The Washington Post: A state lawmaker gives Corey Stewart competition for GOP Senate nomination

March 9, 2018
  Del. Nick Freitas, a Republican U.S. Senate hopeful from Virginia, is having a moment. A former Green Beret with libertarian bona fides, Freitas last week gave a ...

The Daily Progress: Freitas plans town hall in Orange on Tuesday

December 15, 2018
  Del. Nick Freitas, R-Culpeper, will host a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss his legislative agenda for the upcoming General Assembly session.

Fauquier Times: Del. Nick Freitas wins Fauquier County | News

June 12, 2018
  Del. Nick Freitas, of Culpeper County, has won Fauquier County's vote to be the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate.

These are all of the video clips of Nick Freitas’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2016. There are 30 video clips in all.


  • HB541: Veterans, certain; alternative treatment options.
  • HB2096: Forfeiture of property used in connection with commission of crimes; finding of guilt required.
  • HB2097: Elections for certain offices, ranked choice voting, pilot program.
  • HB2098: Federal electronic logging device regulations; use of state funds prohibited.
  • HB2099: Professions and occupations; deregulation of certain professions.
  • HB2100: Natural gas automobile mechanics and technicians; removal of certification requirement.
  • HB2101: Professional and Occupational Regulation, Department of; deregulation of certain practice.
  • HB2102: Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs.
  • HB2103: Stormwater management plans; erosion and sediment control plans, portion of project.
  • HB2110: Virginia income tax; advances conformity of the Commonwealth's tax code with the federal tax code.
  • HB2346: Industrial hemp; expands existing registration program.
  • HB2608: Individual and corporate income tax credit; employers of National Guard members.
  • HB2628: Military families; relocation to the Commonwealth, student registration.
  • HB2674: Certificates; notice of filing or recordation.
  • HB2703: Alcoholic beverage control; distiller licensees; commissions and fees.
  • HJ645: Study; JLARC; impact of Medicaid expansion in the Commonwealth; report.
  • HJ696: Celebrating the life of William Brinker Inskeep.
  • HB532: Hemp, industrial; research programs.
  • HB533: Veterans; acceptance of substantially equivalent military training, etc.
  • HB534: Method of nominating party candidates; repeal of incumbent selection.
  • HB535: Higher educational institutions, public; dual enrollment course credit.
  • HB536: Alcoholic beverage control; sales conducted at government stores established.
  • HB537: SOL; DOE to make available to school divisions assessments in advance of each school year.
  • HB538: Taxpayers; TAX and VEC to consider feasibility of filing tax reports and payments electronically.
  • HB539: Primary elections; costs of elections, payment by the proper political party.
  • HB540: Elections; changes definition of 'party' or 'political party.'
  • HB541: Veterans, certain; alternative treatment options.
  • HB542: Dual enrollment agreements; scope.
  • HB543: General Services, Department of; lease or sublease of surplus property to charitable organizations.
  • HB544: High School to Work Partnerships; establishment, exemptions.
  • HB545: Child care licensure; forfeiture of eligibility for religious exemption.
  • HB546: Grand larceny; first offender sentence reduction.
  • HB547: Alcoholic beverage control; brewery licensees.
  • HB548: Spotsylvania and Orange, Counties of; boundary agreement, attachment of GIS map to petitions.
  • HB549: State agency; legislation requiring an agency to adopt regulations.
  • HB550: Alcoholic beverage control; expands privileges of bed and breakfast licensees.
  • HB552: Bed-and-breakfast operations; definition of restaurant.
  • HB553: Elections for certain offices; ranked choice voting.
  • HB554: Broker's licenses; bed and breakfast establishments.
  • HB555: Professions and occupations; hair braiding.
  • HB658: Higher educational institutions; campus housing.
  • HB900: Forfeiture of property used in connection with commission of crimes; finding of guilt required.
  • HB901: Expedited land use permit process; Dept. of Transportation shall develop and submit for approval.
  • HB902: Sex Offenders and Crimes Against Minors Registry; removal of name from Registry.
  • HB903: Transportation, Department of; real property owners can request evaluation of completed projects.
  • HB1330: Daylight saving time; exempts Virginia from observing.
  • HB1331: Child support; review of guidelines federal compliance.
  • HB1387: Zoning; aquaculture in agricultural zone, preexisting use.
  • HB1479: Equine liability; execution of waiver.
  • HB1548: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; results of an autopsy of an infant.
  • HJ61: Celebrating the life of Seaman Dakota Kyle Rigsby, USN.
  • HJ62: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Cameron H. Thomas, USA.
  • HJ63: Commending the Madison County High School softball team.
  • HJ64: General Thaddeus Kosciuszko Day; designating as October 15, 2018, & each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ65: Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Andrew Maples, Jr., USA.
  • HJ67: Commemorating the life and legacy of Sergeant Clinton Greaves, USA, Ret.
  • HJ130: Commending the Free Burma Rangers.
  • HJ156: Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant George Allen Bannar, Jr., USA.
  • HJ205: Commending Mount Calvary Baptist Church.
  • HJ206: Commending Brian D. Duncan.
  • HJ207: Commending the Museum of Culpeper History.
  • HJ254: Commending the March for Life.
  • HJ255: Commending the Free Clinic of Culpeper.
  • HJ256: Celebrating the life of Martha Alice Wright.
  • HJ305: Commending the Reverend Michael Hirsch.
  • HJ325: Commemorating the life and legacy of Peter Francisco.
  • HR150: Celebrating the life of Howard Mark Holmes.
  • HB1770: Teacher licensure; career and technical education, certain local waivers.
  • HB1896: Victim and witness assistance programs; DCJS to develop guidelines.
  • HB1897: Aquaculture; protection of use in an agricultural zone.
  • HB2024: Condemnation powers and proceedings; notice to owner or tenant.
  • HB2025: Religious freedom; solemnization of marriage.
  • HB2027: Adoption fees and expenses, certain; creates income tax deduction and credit.
  • HB2028: Industrial hemp; removes all restrictions on production, including licensing and regulations.
  • HB2029: Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of licensed distillers appointed as agents of ABC Board.
  • HB2030: Food products; sale at farmers market, farm, or home.
  • HB2315: Instant runoff voting; provided in elections for statewide offices.
  • HB2352: Teacher licensure by reciprocity; professional teacher's assessments, report.
  • HB2377: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption of certain textbooks and other educational materials.
  • HB2439: General Assembly; regulatory penalty statement in legislation.
  • HJ748: Celebrating the life of John Joseph Quinn, Jr.
  • HJ868: Commending the James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage.
  • HJ1061: Commending Oakland Heights Farm.
  • HJ1062: Commending Belmont Farms Distillery.
  • HR299: Commending the Green Beret Foundation.
  • HR399: Commending Vincent Edward Scully.
  • HB459: Teacher licensure; industry certification credential, local waiver.
  • HB758: Auditor of Public Accounts; Commonwealth Data Point, incorporation of graphs, charts, etc.
  • HB759: Taxes for certain local improvements; Orange County.
  • HB760: Auditor of Public Accounts; Auditor to incorporate in Commonwealth Data Point.
  • HB761: Concealed handguns; possession by females on campus.
  • HB762: Electric Transmission Line Planning Association; political subdivisions to form and maintain.
  • HB763: Law enforcement, local, and State Police; enforcement of federal regulations.
  • HB1183: Party candidates; method of nominating, incumbent selection.
  • HB1341: Veterans Services Foundation; membership.
  • HB1349: Resettlement of refugees; review process.
  • HB1350: Alcoholic beverage control; spirits tastings by distiller licensee.
  • HB1375: Alcoholic beverage control; privileges of distillery licensees.
  • HJ212: Commending the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Expedition.
  • HJ213: Commending Martha Boneta.
  • HJ242: Commending Mike and Mary Dale.
  • HJ243: Commending the Orange County High School robotics team.
  • HJ249: Commending Mary Jo Browning.
  • HJ294: Commending the Gordonsville Volunteer Fire Company.
  • HJ323: Commending Catherine Reames.
  • HJ409: Commending Sergeant First Class Charles Martland, USA.
  • HJ503: Commending Preddy Funeral Home.
  • HR46: Commending Doug and Ann Farmer.