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House Republicans elect Leadership team for 2018-2019 General Assembly, nominate Cox for Speaker

HouseGOP2018 General Assembly, Campaigns & Elections, Uncategorized

The Virginia House Republican Caucus on Sunday unanimously elected its leadership team for the 2018-2019 General Assembly and nominated Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights) to serve as Speaker. Delegate Todd Gilbert will serve as House Majority Leader, Caucus Chairman Tim Hugo was re-elected to his fifth term as Chairman, and Nick Rush was elected House Majority Whip. “I am proud to … Read More

Statement of Majority Leader-designee Todd Gilbert on House District 28

HouseGOP2018 General Assembly, Uncategorized

Virginia House of Delegates Majority Leader-designee Todd Gilbert issued the following statement on Democratic allegations involving House District 28. “On Veterans Day, Democrats falsely claimed there were 55 unopened military absentee ballots in Stafford County. While never true and never verified, these claims were widely reported, only to be later proven demonstrably false. Democrats either lied or were flat out … Read More

House leaders back Gillespie’s call for $1.5 million to fight dangerous gangs like MS-13


Leaders in the Virginia House of Delegates pledged Thursday to back Ed Gillespie’s call for $1.5 million in funding for the Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force. Gillespie announced his plan at a press conference in Northern Virginia. “The House of Delegates will fully support funding for the Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force,” said Speaker-designee Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights). … Read More

Statement of House Leadership on 4th Circuit Ruling


RICHMOND, VA — Virginia House of Delegates Speaker William J. Howell (R-Stafford), Speaker-designee Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights), Majority Leader-designee Todd Gilbert (R-Shenandoah), Caucus Chairman Tim Hugo (R-Fairfax), and Majority Whip Jackson Miller (R-Manassas) issued the following statement Friday in response to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit declaring a 90-year-old cross-shaped monument unconstitutional. “We vehemently disagree with the … Read More