Taxes & Spending

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Tim Hugo is helping you keep more of your money in your pocket. He has consistently opposed new and higher taxes, and has been a leader on eliminating wasteful and redundant state spending. In 2019, Tim voted against the Governor’s 1.2 billion tax increase for new wasteful spending. Instead, he sponsored and passed tax relief that will return nearly 1 … Read More

Protecting Victims

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Tim is committed to protecting victims of abuse, violence, and human trafficking. As your Delegate, he voted to require abusers who are convicted of domestic assault a second time to spend at least 60 days in jail so victims have time and space to recover. Tim has also been a leader in Virginia’s fight against human trafficking having sponsored multiple … Read More

Transportation

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Tim understands that transportation issues and road congestion are becoming a crisis in Northern Virginia. Tim Hugo opposes additional tolling on I-66 and will continue to introduce legislation to give drivers more options to avoid I-66 tolls. In 2019,  Tim sponsored and passed legislation to prevent tolls from being placed on Fairfax County Parkway and Prince William County Parkway.  During … Read More

Health Care

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Tim has a long record of working to improve healthcare, lower costs for consumers, and protect coverage for those with pre-existing conditions. In 2019, Tim sponsored HB 2515 to ban accumulator adjustor programs (AAPs) thereby requiring insurance companies to count coupons towards a patient’s deductible. This commonsense legislation will allow patients to use these discount coupons and lower the cost of their … Read More

Education

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Tim believes that every child in Virginia deserves a high-quality education. He has supported increased investment that puts more money in the classroom and pay raises for Virginia’s K-12 teachers in order to attract and retain the best teachers. Just this year, Tim supported the 2019 state budget which included a 5% teacher pay raise and $85.7 million in new … Read More