Del. Lee Ware (R-Powhatan)

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65: Counties of Chesterfield (part), Fluvanna (part), Goochland (part), and Powhatan [map]
Took Office
January 1998
Next Election
November 2019
Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, Commerce and Labor, Finance (Chair), Rules
Copatroning Habits
59% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 74% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 58% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
55% in 2017
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Less harm, less tax? Legislature to study new tobacco products:

October 24, 2018
  Fredericksburg.comFull coverage

VSU welcomes new specialists:

October 24, 2018
  Chesterfield ObserverFull coverage

A voter's guide to the Nov. 6 ballot:

November 1, 2018
  Fluvanna ReviewFull coverage

Road dedicated to VSP Special Agent Michael Walter:

October 26, 2018
  WWBT NBC12 NewsFull coverage


November 8, 2018
-   Sumter ItemFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Lee Ware’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 187 video clips in all.


  • HB22: Water and sewer connections; mandatory in Powhatan County.
  • HB60: Goochland County; members to Board of Directors of Goochland County Economic Development Authority.
  • HB61: Battlefields; entry into an agreement to transfer certain easements.
  • HB154: Commonwealth's tax system; conformity with federal law, emergency.
  • HB162: Proceeds of a sale, a partition suit, or condemnation proceeding; persons under a disability, etc.
  • HB163: Conditional proffers; public facility capacity, previously approved residential developments.
  • HB335: Yorktown Victory Center; renamed the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.
  • HB1353: Battlefield property; incorporation into national park, transfer of easement.
  • HB1395: Trooper Michael Walter Memorial Highway; designating as a portion of Route 13.
  • HB1453: Real estate appraisers; changes definition of 'evaluations.'
  • HJ14: Celebrating the life of James Alexander Ransone, Jr.
  • HJ139: Celebrating the life of Special Agent Michael T. Walter.
  • HJ168: Commending the Honorable Richard D. Brown.
  • HJ275: Commending Frances Carter Ragland.
  • HJ378: Commending the Colloquium on Violence and Religion.
  • HR27: Commending Robert Curtis Baltimore.
  • HR30: Commemorating the life and legacy of Russell Amos Kirk.
  • HR101: Commending the Powhatan Christmas Mother program.
  • HB352: Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs.
  • HB1408: Student vision screenings; requirements for certain students.
  • HB1415: Transient occupancy tax; Goochland, Powhatan, and Warren Counties authorized to impose.
  • HB1417: School buses; requirements of drivers approaching or immediately preceding a bus.
  • HB1422: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, etc.
  • HB1432: Switchblade knife; exception to carry concealed.
  • HB1450: Health insurer/health maintenance organization; response to notice from pharmacy's intermediary.
  • HB1455: Real property tax; partial exemption for certain commercial and industrial structures.
  • HB1470: Land preservation tax credits; limitations.
  • HB1471: Reinsurance credits; SCC authorized to adopt certain regulations.
  • HB1509: Mineral mines reclamation; bonds and liens.
  • HB1521: Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law; emergency.
  • HB1555: Agency directors; human resource training and agency succession planning.
  • HB1556: Real estate appraisers; exemptions from licensure.
  • HB1814: Worker retraining and telework expenses; extends sunset date for tax credits.
  • HB2414: Self-defense; limited immunity when reporting acts, penalties.
  • HJ869: Celebrating the life of Anthony Pearly Tucker, Jr.
  • HJ944: Commemorating the life and legacy of Desmond T. Doss.
  • HJ998: Commending David Wayne Holland.
  • HR266: Commending James Bowman.
  • HB12: Concealed handgun permits, out-of-state; photo identification.
  • HB13: Primaries; reimbursement of cost to localities by proper political party committee.
  • HB14: Columbia, Town of; repealing charter for town.
  • HB15: Personal property tax; classifications.
  • HB16: Health insurance; payment for services by dentists and oral surgeons.
  • HB17: Industrial waste and sewage sludge; disclosure of storage or land application on property.
  • HB27: Local fiscal impact bills; first-day introduction.
  • HB95: Income tax, corporate; addback for Captive REIT dividends.
  • HB352: Electric utilities; energy efficiency programs.
  • HB393: Insurance agencies; designated licensed producers.
  • HB402: Commonwealth's tax code; conformity with federal law, emergency.
  • HB447: Industrial wastes and biosolids; regulation of land application.
  • HB1224: Bank franchise tax; sets a cap of $18 million on total annual tax liability per taxpayer.
  • HJ10: Commending Midlothian Masonic Lodge No. 211.
  • HJ17: Commemorating the life and legacy of Earle Davis Gregory.
  • HJ44: Commending the Honorable John C. Watkins.
  • HJ56: Biosolids and industrial wastes; short-term and long-term effects, report.
  • HJ170: Celebrating the life of James E. Hargrave.