The House Republican Caucus elected their leadership for the 2024-2025 House Of Delegates at their organizational meeting Sunday.
Del. Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah, was elected Republican Leader, Del. Amanda Batten, R-James City County, was re-elected Caucus Chair, and Del. Michael Webert, R-Fauquier, was re-elected Republican Whip.
Del. Todd Gilbert issued the following statement:
“I’m honored that my colleagues have once again put their trust in me to lead our Republican team for the coming term. I look forward to working with our caucus to advance our shared Republican values and serve as a check on the worst far-left policies put forward by the incoming Democratic majority.”
Republican Caucus Chair Amanda Batten issued the following statement:
“Our caucus might be the minority, but it is quite literally the largest possible minority. We will not be shy in working to curb the extreme, far-left agenda that we expect the new Democratic majority to push forward.”
Republican Whip Michael Webert issued the following statement:
“House Republicans are headed into the upcoming General Assembly Session united, and focused on holding the line against the California-style, far left agenda House Democrats have promised to advance.”