Sen. Monty Mason (D-Williamsburg)

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1: Hampton City (Part), Newport News City (Part), York County (Part), Williamsburg City (All), James City County (Part), Suffolk City (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2014
Next Election
November 2019
Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources, General Laws and Technology, Rehabilitation and Social Services
Copatroning Habits
56% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 65% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 52% of them are Democrats.
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Bills Passed
16.7% in 2017

Mason served just one and a half terms in the House of Delegates before being elected to the Senate.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Sales tax bill outlines accountability measures, exceptions:

March 22, 2018
  Virginia GazetteFull coverage

The fight for information in the General Assembly:

March 19, 2018
  Daily PressFull coverage

Norment's Historic Triangle tax bill heads to governor's desk:

February 28, 2018
  Daily PressFull coverage

Local delegation split as Norment's sales tax bill heads to governor:

March 2, 2018
  Williamsburg Yorktown DailySales tax bill would give big boost to regional spending on tourism  Virginia GazetteFull coverage

The week of deadline pressure in Va.'s General Assembly:

March 8, 2018
  Daily PressFull coverage

These are all of the video clips of Monty Mason’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2017. There are 2 video clips in all.


  • SB453: Absentee voting; persons age 65 or older.
  • SB454: Inoperable vehicles; James City County authorized to prohibit any person from keeping, etc.
  • SB517: False and fraudulent insurance claims; civil penalties and damages.
  • SB518: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; value of credit.
  • SB519: Case management system; public accessibility.
  • SB520: Nonagricultural irrigation wells; prohibited outside surficial aquifer.
  • SB527: County food and beverage tax; increases maximum tax that any county is authorized to impose.
  • SB528: Real Estate Board; licensees may assist in translation of real estate documents.
  • SB529: Contractors, Board for; prerequisites to obtaining a building permit.
  • SB530: Breweries, wineries, and distilleries; regulations to qualify for an attraction sign.
  • SB531: Accelerated refund program; Department of Taxation to reestablish.
  • SB532: Display or parking of used motor vehicles for sale; penalty.
  • SB533: Computer trespass; expands crime, monitoring location of a minor, etc., by parent or legal guardian.
  • SB534: Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission.
  • SB543: Adult protective services; emergency order, temporary conservator.
  • SB552: Crab pots and peeler pots; marine-biodegradable escape panels, penalty.
  • SB555: Barrier crimes; adult substance abuse and mental health treatment providers.
  • SB556: General registrars; residency requirement, exemption for certain counties and cities.
  • SB858: Va. FOIA; excludes certain information held by board of visitors of The College of William & Mary.
  • SB875: Assisted living facilities; regulations governing staff.
  • SB876: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; transfer of public records, definition of 'custodian.'
  • SB877: Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads; membership.
  • SB961: Public schools; homeless children.
  • SJ193: Commending George D. Greenia.
  • SJ195: Commending Hilton Village.
  • SJ196: Commending The College of William and Mary.
  • SJ197: Celebrating the life of Thaddeus Wilbur Tate, Jr.
  • SJ198: Celebrating the life of Ludwell Harrison Johnson III.
  • SJ199: Celebrating the life of Louise Ann Hutchinson.
  • SJ200: Commending Fort Eustis.
  • SJ202: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Frederick Risdon Miles Carter.
  • SJ213: Commending Michael F. Kuhns.
  • SJ220: Commending William A. Hudgins.
  • SB1131: Absentee voting; eligibility of certain persons.
  • SB1132: Absentee voting; entitles persons age 65 or older on date of an election to vote absentee.
  • SB1133: Voter referendum; independent redistricting commission.
  • SB1134: Charter; City of Williamsburg.
  • SB1135: Inoperable vehicles James City County.
  • SB1136: Money order sellers and money transmitters; required investments.
  • SB1137: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; reduces amount of credit of value for certain donations.
  • SB1138: Computer trespass; government computers and computers used for public utilities, penalty.
  • SB1377: Computer trespass; penalty.
  • SB1378: Computer crimes; penalties.
  • SB1381: Discontinued cases; court has discretion to reinstate case.
  • SB1385: Law-enforcement officer; definition, municipal park rangers training.
  • SB1389: Higher educational institutions; letter certifying good standing of certain students.
  • SB1420: Incapacitated persons; abuse and neglect, financial exploitation, penalty.
  • SB1421: Condemnation proceeding; interest on the amount of award.
  • SB1523: Teachers turnover; exit questionnaire.
  • SJ397: Commemorating the 50th anniversary of African American students in residence.
  • SJ398: Commending Cliff Gauthier.
  • SJ399: Commending David C. Sloggie.
  • SJ426: Celebrating the life of Ivor No Hume.
  • SJ431: Commending Mildred B. West.
  • SR121: Celebrating the life of Charles C. Allen.
  • SR140: Commending the National Education Association Read Across America program.
  • SR145: Commending Ivy L. Mitchell.
  • HB917: Neighborhood Assistance Act; reduces tax credit.
  • HB918: Limited liability companies; members provided access as an electronic record on a network, etc.
  • HB919: Water and sewer service; canceling service for nonpayment of charges.
  • HB920: Barrier crimes; conviction or finding not guilty by reason of insanity.
  • HB921: National Guard members of other states; employment protection.
  • HB922: Computer trespass; increases penalty if government computer and computer used for public utilities.
  • HB923: Computer trespass; penalty.
  • HB924: Electronic communications; disclosure, verification and admissibility of contents.
  • HB925: Virginia Preschool Initiative; student eligibility.
  • HB926: Higher educational institutions; letter certifying good standing of certain students.
  • HB1138: RICO; computer crimes, penalties.
  • HB1336: Precincts; establishment based on number of registered voters with active status.
  • HR149: Commending the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic.
  • HR151: Celebrating the life of James A. Bill.
  • HR169: Celebrating the life of Robert P. Hunt.
  • HR170: Commending Elise L. Emanuel.
  • HR173: Commending the National Education Association Read Across America program.
  • HR174: Commending Joe Agee.
  • HB2113: Limited liability companies; access to records.
  • HB2115: Computer and telephone fraud; penalty.
  • HB2116: Passing stopped school bus; video-monitoring system.
  • HB2117: Retail sales and transient occupancy taxes; room rentals, lodgings, etc.
  • HB2121: Tuition, in-state; members of the Virginia National Guard.
  • HB2122: Higher educational institutions; in-state tuition for certain students.
  • HB2124: Neighborhood assistance; reduces amount of the tax credit.
  • HB2126: Virginia Tourism Growth Incentive Fund.
  • HB2129: Barriers to licensure or registration; certain DCJS regulated industries.
  • HB2131: Child and adult care facilities; licensure determinations by Commissioner of State DSS.
  • HB2132: State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training.
  • HB2133: Veterans Services, Department of; programs to create employment opportunities for veterans.
  • HB2284: Uniformed services-connected students; Department of Education to establish process to identify.
  • HB2338: Alcoholic beverage control; prohibited trade practices.
  • HJ902: Commending Walnut Hills Baptist Church.
  • HJ903: Commending Jim Golden.
  • HR266: Commending the Sinfonicron Light Opera Company.
  • HB618: A-to-F grading system; delays date for implementing individual school performance grading system.
  • HB619: Computer fraud; increases penalty.
  • HB620: Neighborhood assistance tax credits; changes program by decreasing value of donations, etc.
  • HB621: Emergency custody orders; successive two-hour extensions of an order up to maximum of 48 hours.
  • HB622: Absentee voting; allows qualified voters to vote absentee in person without an excuse.
  • HB1218: Revenue Estimates, Advisory Council on; membership.
  • HJ176: Celebrating the life of Stanley Eugene Brown.
  • HJ450: Commending the Williamsburg Winery.
  • HJ5158: Celebrating the life of Catherine Gantt Pack.
  • HJ5233: Commending Karen Cottrell.
  • HR146: Commending the League of Women Voters of the Williamsburg Area.
  • HR147: Commending Williamsburg United Methodist Church.
  • HR148: Commending the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists.
  • HR154: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Hubert T. Alexander, Sr.
  • HR569: Commending Le Cercle Charmant.
  • HR570: Commending Dan Stimson.