Tag: Dickie Bell
Delegate Richard P. “Dickie” Bell (R-Staunton) has been appointed Vice Chair of the Education Committee by Speaker Kirk Cox. The announcement was made by the House Clerk prior to the adjournment of the House on Thursday.
The 20th District of the Virginia House of Delegates election is November 7, 2017.
Delegate Dickie Bell and members of the community gathered Friday to dedicate a historical marker memorializing the Woodrow Wilson General Hospital.
Delegate Dickie Bell on comments from Democratic gubernatorial candidates regarding Virginia’s Right to Work statute.
Del. Dickie Bell was presented with a 2017 Excellence in Education and Workforce Development Award by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.
Del. Dickie Bell has been named the Republican nominee for the 20th District.
Del. Dickie Bell has 11 bills and two resolutions that have passed in the House of Delegates and will be considered by the State Senate.
State Del. Dickie Bell, R-Staunton, issued a statement indicating his opposition to the proposed move of the Augusta County Courthouse.
Del. Dickie Bell has filed legislation that would expand Virginia hate crime laws to include police, firefighters and EMS personnel.
Augusta County Democrats are urging voters to vote no on a proposed amendment adding a right to work provision to the state Constitution.
The Wayne Theatre marked its formal grand reopening on Tuesday with an event featuring local and state leaders, downtown business owners and volunteers. [Video included.]
Virtual learning is clearly the future of public education in Virginia. The present, thanks to Gov. Terry McAuliffe, is stuck in the past.
The Virginia House of Delegates and State Senate have now both passed legislation to enshrine Virginia’s right to work law in the Constitution.
The Virginia House of Delegates has passed legislation to establish a statewide virtual school to provide full-time virtual school programs here in Virginia.
The Virginia House of Delegates passed legislation Tuesday to enshrine Virginia’s Right to Work law in the Constitution.
Republicans Dickie Bell, Ben Cline and Steve Landes easily won re-election to the Virginia House of Delegates, and State Sen. Mark Obenshain won re-election to the State Senate in a landslide.
This Election Day you have a clear choice for delegate of the 20th District. You have a choice between someone who isn’t scared to take a stance and protect your natural rights and someone who goes along with their party, part of the broken two-party system.
The Virginia Citizens Defense League released its General Assembly candidate ratings this week. 20th House District Libertarian candidate Will Hammer was given a “very pro-gun” rating, which is the highest the organization rewards candidates.
Several localities in the 20th House District have been awarded school safety grants this week by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. The grant is from the School Security Infrastructure Improvement Fund which was created by the General Assembly during the 2013 session.
Delegate Dickie Bell(R-20) last week received the endorsement of Virginia Farm Bureau Federation AgPAC, the organization’s political action committee, in the race for the 20th District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates.
Will Hammer has qualified for November’s Virginia House District 20 ballot. Hammer, the Libertarian candidate who ran against Representative Bob Goodlatte (VA-6) last year, is facing incumbent Delegate Dickie Bell, a Republican.
Richard P. Bell, a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from Staunton, this morning addressed select high school students attending the 73rd session of American Legion Boys State of Virginia being held this week at Radford University.
Delegate Dickie Bell, R-Staunton, announced Thursday that he has been chosen by the Speaker of the House of Delegates to represent the Commonwealth at the 64th Annual Southern Regional Education Board’s Annual Legislative Work Conference. The conference will take place in Napels, Florida from June 27 through June 29.
Delegate Richard P. “Dickie” Bell (R-Staunton) announced today that Governor McAuliffe has signed into law a number of House Bills that he patroned for the 2015 General Assembly Session.
Will Hammer has announced that he is running against Dickie Bell for the Virginia House of Delegates 20th District seat this year.