Del. Bill Wiley (R-Winchester)

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Party
Republican
District
32: County of Frederick (part); City of Winchester
Took Office
November 2020
Next Election
November 2025
Twitter
Copatroning Habits
86% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 61% of them are Republicans. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 68% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
27.3% in 2024
Recent Mentions in the Media

The Winchester Star: Wiley introduces bill that would require 'proof of citizenship' to register to vote in Va.

January 24, 2024 | 3:00 am
  

The Winchester Star: 'We're going to have to work together': Wiley looks ahead to upcoming legislation session after Democrats' statewide ...

December 19, 2023 | 7:53 pm
  

The Winchester Star: Despite Democrats' statewide sweep, it was a red wave locally

November 9, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

The Winchester Star: Voters in House of Delegates District 32 will choose between Wiley and Rodriguez

November 3, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Fauquier Now: Robert Duvall honored with Virginia General Assembly distinction

September 13, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

From the Legislator’s Website

Bills

  • HB287: Geology; definition of geological mapping, expands definition of practice of geology.
  • HB288: Stationary blinds for waterfowl; providing location of blinds to Department of Wildlife Resources.
  • HB289: Concealed handgun; permit holder may store his firearms in motor vehicles in public parking lots.
  • HB334: Boiler and pressure vessel operators; certification by localities.
  • HB656: Regulated land-disturbing activities; submission and approval of erosion and sediment control plan.
  • HB1101: Virginia Public Procurement Act; adds to definition of professional services.
  • HB1438: Juvenile detention specialists; enhanced retirement benefits.
  • HB1439: Voter registration by political party affiliation; partially closed primary elections.
  • HB1440: Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, project labor agreements.
  • HB1441: Voter registration; proof of citizenship.
  • HB1464: Conservation easements; validity, open-space land.
  • HR47: Commending the James Wood High School volleyball team.
  • HR49: Commending the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
  • HR82: Commending the Douglas Alumni Association.
  • HR83: Commending Solenberger’s True Value Hardware.
  • HR90: Celebrating the life of Amy Kristina McFarland.
  • HR121: Commending the George Washington Hotel.
  • HR122: Celebrating the life of Charles Scott Marple.
  • HR238: Celebrating the life of John Kenner Marlow.
  • HB1362: Short-term rentals; localities' ability to restrict.
  • HB1414: Ballots; party identification of candidates.
  • HB1420: Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required.
  • HB1437: Installation, etc., of devices in highway right-of-way; law-enforcement purposes, regulation.
  • HB1460: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income mil. veteran w/permanent service-connected disability.
  • HB1461: Students; Department of Education to establish uniform system of discipline for disruptive behavior.
  • HB1462: Firearms, certain; criminal history record info. check required for transfer, photo identification.
  • HB1661: Nonrepairable vehicles; titling requirements, sale to certain auto recyclers.
  • HB2284: Waterworks & Wastewater Works Operators & Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Bd. for; membership.
  • HB2285: Shenandoah River State Park; conveyance of easement.
  • HB2353: Income tax, state; establishes a subtraction for professional firefighter pension.
  • HB2361: Real property; tax exemption for certain disabled veterans and surviving spouses.
  • HB2362: Military spouses; burial fees.
  • HB2389: Mortgage lending and brokerage entities; definitions remote location requirements.
  • HB2500: Construction contracts; payment clauses to be included in certain contracts.
  • HJ465: Commending James Douglas Butler, Sr.
  • HJ467: Commending Robert Selden Duvall.
  • HJ623: Commending John Handley High School.
  • HR267: Commending the James Wood High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HB56: Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for juvenile detention specialists.
  • HB115: Disabled veterans; special hunting and fishing licenses.
  • HB143: Heavy Equipment Dealer Act; agreements and exclusivity.
  • HB144: Charitable gaming; clarifies definition of organization.
  • HB147: Local correctional facilities and lock-ups; minimum standards.
  • HB1278: Wildlife Resources, Board of; conveyance of certain property.
  • HB1362: Short-term rentals; localities' ability to restrict.
  • HJ149: Commending Michael E. Karmis.
  • HJ156: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Harry Russell Potts, Jr.
  • HJ242: Commending Austin Riddell.
  • HJ243: Celebrating the life of Judith Ann McKiernan.
  • HB2336: Non-FDA-vaccines; preventing public and private imposition of vaccines.
  • HB2337: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability.
  • HB2337: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability.
  • HB2338: Veterans; alerts for those missing who have a service-related health condition.
  • HR511: Commending Valley Health.
  • HR512: Commending Shenandoah University.