I wanted to pass along a story that ran in Washington Post Sunday Metro section that discusses Virginia’s efforts to ensure our elections are secure. Paper ballots make a comeback in Virginia this fall I introduced the 2007 legislation (HB2707, signed into law) mentioned in the Washington Post story that directed localities, when purchasing new voting equipment, to replace direct recording electronic (DRE) voting … Read More
NFIB Virginia represents nearly 6,700 small and independent business owners Fairfax, VA – The National Federation of Independent Business’ (NFIB) state political action committee endorsed Delegate Tim Hugo in the 40th House District race. “Delegate Tim Hugo clearly understands the challenges facing Virginia’s job creators,” said Nicole Riley, state director of NFIB Virginia. “Our members believeDelegate Tim Hugo will take a fiscally responsible approach to … Read More
Fairfax, VA – Delegate Tim Hugo is requesting that the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) Chairman Marty Nohe hold a meeting in western Prince William County on the NVTA’s Draft TransAction Plan. “I am requesting that an outreach event be held in western Prince William County prior to the public comment period closing on July 23rd,” said Delegate Hugo. “I believe Prince William County residents should receive … Read More
As we celebrate Memorial Day, we remember the courageous men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our nation and our way of life. On Friday, I had the honor of joining the 249th Engineering Battalion. Lead by First Sergeant Jason Ashurst and starting at 4:30 a.m., they marched over 23 miles from Fort Belvoir to Washington D.C. … Read More
Fairfax, VA – The Virginia Education Association (VEA) Fund for Children and Public Education has recommended Delegate Tim Hugo for re-election. The recommendation comes with the backing of both the Fairfax (FEA) and Prince William (PWEA) Education associations. The VEA has supported Delegate Hugo in every election since 2003. In 2016, the VEA presented Delegate Hugo with the Legislative Champion award.
House Bill 1889, has been signed into law by the Governor. HB1889 ensures that the Commonwealth remains competitive in securing high-paying defense sector manufacturing jobs. HB1889 was in response to a recent ruling by the Virginia Department of Taxation, which created the possibility for localities to impose the BPOL tax on defense manufacturers for certain re-manufacturing and rebuilding work done for the … Read More
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