EASY LIST: Full House and Senate Committee Email Addresses

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List your address, or at least city or town – delegates and senators want to know the locale of all constituents that reach out to them.

Copy and paste all of the below into the “TO” of your email:

DelLAdams@house.virginia.gov; DelLAird@house.virginia.gov; DelDAlbo@house.virginia.gov; DelRAnderson@house.virginia.gov; DelTAustin@house.virginia.gov; DelLBagby@house.virginia.gov; DelJBell@house.virginia.gov; DelDBell@house.virginia.gov; DelRBell@house.virginia.gov; DelRBloxom@house.virginia.gov; DelJBoysko@house.virginia.gov; DelDBulova@house.virginia.gov; DelKByron@house.virginia.gov; DelJCampbell@house.virginia.gov; DelBCarr@house.virginia.gov; DelBCline@house.virginia.gov; DelMCole@house.virginia.gov; DelCCollins@house.virginia.gov; DelKCox@house.virginia.gov; DelGDavis@house.virginia.gov; DelMDudenhefer@house.virginia.gov; DelJEdmunds@house.virginia.gov; DelMFariss@house.virginia.gov; DelPFarrell@house.virginia.gov; DelEFiller-Corn@house.virginia.gov; DelBFowler@house.virginia.gov; DelNFreitas@house.virginia.gov; DelSGarrett@house.virginia.gov; DelTGilbert@house.virginia.gov; DelTGreason@house.virginia.gov; DelGHabeeb@house.virginia.gov; delchayes@house.virginia.gov; DelCHead@house.virginia.gov; DelGHelsel@house.virginia.gov; DelSHeretick@house.virginia.gov; DelCHerring@house.virginia.gov; DelDHester@house.virginia.gov; DelKHodges@house.virginia.gov; DelRHolcomb@house.virginia.gov; DelPHope@house.virginia.gov; DelWHowell@house.virginia.gov; DelTHugo@house.virginia.gov; DelRIngram@house.virginia.gov; DelMJames@house.virginia.gov; DelCJones@house.virginia.gov; DelMKeam@house.virginia.gov; DelTKilgore@house.virginia.gov; DelBKnight@house.virginia.gov; DelKKory@house.virginia.gov; DelPKrizek@house.virginia.gov; DelSLandes@house.virginia.gov; DelDLaRock@house.virginia.gov; DelJLeftwich@house.virginia.gov; DelJLeMunyon@house.virginia.gov; DelMLevine@house.virginia.gov; DelJLindsey@house.virginia.gov; DelSLingamfelter@house.virginia.gov; DelALopez@house.virginia.gov; DelMLoupassi@house.virginia.gov; DelDMarshall@house.virginia.gov; DelBMarshall@house.virginia.gov; DelJMassie@house.virginia.gov; DelDMcQuinn@house.virginia.gov; DelJMiller@house.virginia.gov; DelRMinchew@house.virginia.gov; DelJMiyares@house.virginia.gov; DelJMorefield@house.virginia.gov; DelRMorris@house.virginia.gov; delmmullin@house.virginia.gov; DelKMurphy@house.virginia.gov; DelJOBannon@house.virginia.gov; delioquinn@house.virginia.gov; DelBOrrock@house.virginia.gov; DelCPeace@house.virginia.gov; DelTPillion@house.virginia.gov; DelKPlum@house.virginia.gov; DelBPogge@house.virginia.gov; DelCPoindexter@house.virginia.gov; DelMPrice@house.virginia.gov; DelMRansone@house.virginia.gov; DelSRasoul@house.virginia.gov; DelRRobinson@house.virginia.gov; DelNRush@house.virginia.gov; DelMSickles@house.virginia.gov; DelMSimon@house.virginia.gov; DelCStolle@house.virginia.gov; DelRSullivan@house.virginia.gov; DelLTorian@house.virginia.gov; DelDToscano@house.virginia.gov; DelRTyler@house.virginia.gov; DelRVillanueva@house.virginia.gov; DelJWard@house.virginia.gov; DelLWare@house.virginia.gov; DelVWatts@house.virginia.gov; DelMWebert@house.virginia.gov; DelTWilt@house.virginia.gov; DelTWright@house.virginia.gov; DelDYancey@house.virginia.gov; DelJYost@house.virginia.gov; district07@senate.virginia.gov; district35@senate.virginia.gov; district23@senate.virginia.gov; district26@senate.virginia.gov; district28@senate.virginia.gov; district03@senate.virginia.gov; district14@senate.virginia.gov; district20@senate.virginia.gov; district38@senate.virginia.gov; district16@senate.virginia.gov; district18@senate.virginia.gov; district04@senate.virginia.gov; district13@senate.virginia.gov; district10@senate.virginia.gov; contact@protectpwc.org

19 Replies to “EASY LIST: Full House and Senate Committee Email Addresses”

  1. On behalf of the many good people who own homes and are raising families in Haymarket and Gainesville…. hard working families who chose this area because of its quiet and historical ambience and its dedication to nature conservancy, I am asking that you PLEASE VOTE NO ON HB 1766 AND SB 1110.

    I have not met ONE PERSON who is ok with this.

    Thank you for voting in accordance with the wishes of the people.

  2. JUST VOTE NO ON HB 1766 AND SB 1110

    I’m a Haymarket, Virginia homeowner, and if you pass these bills, I WILL find a new place other than the Communist Wealth of Virginia to live permanently.

  3. Please vote NO on Virginia House Bill 1766 or Senate Bill 1110, whichever is within your prevue. We are totally shocked that such bills would even be introduced or seriously considered by our elected officials. It would be insanity for our elected officials to approve such a measure and we will definitely vote against any such representative in the next election who votes in favor of these Bills.

  4. Vote no on HB 1766 and SB 1110.
    We are writing to express our concerns over HB 1766 and SB 1110. It seems these bills are designed to eliminate one of the fundamental tasks of county government. That being land usage and the inherent planning functions required to ensure citizens have visibility into how our property might be degraded by unwarranted and unwanted developer input. Prince William County planned for increased growth of facilities like Amazon’s proposed Data center. The county set aside land with the proper infrastructure designed to support such growth. However Amazon has chose to go their own way and wants rate payers to foot the bill for that decision. These bills seem to be a blatant attempt to go around the judgment of our citizens and elected officials by taking these decisions out of local hands. Frankly, we don’t need that kind of help. As citizens directly impacted by Dominion Power’s naked attempt to circumvent County processes: install above ground power lines for a single commercial user; and foist the bill off on us we say no. If Amazon’s business plan requires 240Kvw in Haymarket then let that business plan include a way to pay for required utility services.
    We remain committed to the Route 66 and buried alternative we have supported all along.

    Respectfully Glenn and Mary Hemer
    13397 Fieldstone Way Gainesville, Virginia

  5. Ladies and Gentlemen:
    I ask you to vote NO on Delegate Habeeb’s bill (HB 1766) and senator Stanley’s bill (SB 1110). These bills will do serious harm to Virginia and its citizens. Utilities should never have the right to do what they want especially Dominion Power which wants to run rough shod over the rights of Virginia’s citizens in the name of a potential client or clients. Please stand up and support us as residents and tax payers in Virginia.
    Sincerely,
    James F. O’Brien

  6. I did as directed and my phone is telling me this list is an invalid address. Is it because of the way it is formatted? Can you help?

  7. Please vote no on Delegate Habeeb’s bill (HB 1766) and Senator Stanley’s bill (SB 1110). The community of Heritage Hunt was developed with all
    utilities underground and it should remain that way. The Dominion Power Company should not consider, nor be allowed, to run their lines through
    private communities when they have an alternative option. In the long run, it will be to their advantage to run it underground, keeping the maintenance costs down as well as keeping America beautiful. You need to think of it as if it were affecting your own home. Please support the residents requests to vote NO. Don’t allow an industry’s greed for more profit to ruin efforts already completed for beautiful communities and homes where residents, who have paid taxes all of their lives, have invested to live. This would be going backwards instead of moving forward into
    the future.

  8. Dominion Power plans to exploit the current General Assembly session by getting them to pass Delegate Greg Habeeb’s proposed HB 1766 and Senator Bill Stanley’s proposed SB 1110. These bills, if passed, will strip authority from local Boards of Supervisors to execute their own land-use policies.
    This will enable Dominion Power to take away the only venue that citizens currently can use to defend their property & they will skirt regulation through legislation and will apply, if passed, to every local board statewide.
    The issue is that Habeeb-Stanley bills would make SCC approval of a transmission line automatically include approval of related infrastructure, including substations that typically require separate local approval. The current bill applies only to 138kV lines, but over time will probably be amended to apply to all lines 138kV and up.
    The Amazon project in Haymarket requires a transmission line and a substation that then feeds into distribution lines for three planned data centers. Our Board of Supervisors – like any other – deserve the right to approve or not approve the substation, as current law requires. These measures will prevent a hearing and vote before our county Board of Supervisors, and stop our ability tohave an impact on Dominion’s proposed Haymarket substation for Amazon.
    Like any other entity, Dominion must participate in a process that also involves the public. But they don’t want to. For obvious reasons.
    Delegate Habeeb and Senator Stanley have been persuaded to give Dominion a “get out of regulation free” card. This is hypocritical of Senator Stanley, who has publicly battled a utility threatening the property rights of his own constituents. Evidently, he does not believe all Virginians deserve the same protection.
    Delegate Habeeb’s HB 1766 goes before the House Committee for vote on Tuesday, January 17.
    Please stop Dominion’s ploy in this legislation; we cannot allow Dominion to take away our Supervisors’ authority, because our county is often our last line of defense as citizens. State delegates and senators are there to represent citizens, NOT to give big corporate entities –particularly those who can seize and impair property – yet another way to avoid being held to account for their action.
    Dominion Power plans to exploit the current General Assembly session by getting them to pass Delegate Greg Habeeb’s proposed HB 1766 and Senator Bill Stanley’s proposed SB 1110. These bills, if passed, will strip authority from local Boards of Supervisors to execute their own land-use policies.
    This will enable Dominion Power to take away the only venue that citizens currently can use to defend their property & they will skirt regulation through legislation and will apply, if passed, to every local board statewide.
    The issue is that Habeeb-Stanley bills would make SCC approval of a transmission line automatically include approval of related infrastructure, including substations that typically require separate local approval. The current bill applies only to 138kV lines, but over time will probably be amended to apply to all lines 138kV and up.
    The Amazon project in Haymarket requires a transmission line and a substation that then feeds into distribution lines for three planned data centers. Our Board of Supervisors – like any other – deserve the right to approve or not approve the substation, as current law requires. These measures will prevent a hearing and vote before our county Board of Supervisors, and stop our ability tohave an impact on Dominion’s proposed Haymarket substation for Amazon.
    Like any other entity, Dominion must participate in a process that also involves the public. But they don’t want to. For obvious reasons.
    Delegate Habeeb and Senator Stanley have been persuaded to give Dominion a “get out of regulation free” card. This is hypocritical of Senator Stanley, who has publicly battled a utility threatening the property rights of his own constituents. Evidently, he does not believe all Virginians deserve the same protection.
    Delegate Habeeb’s HB 1766 goes before the House Committee for vote on Tuesday, January 17.
    Please stop Dominion’s ploy in this legislation; we cannot allow Dominion to take away our Supervisors’ authority, because our county is often our last line of defense as citizens. State delegates and senators are there to represent citizens, NOT to give big corporate entities –particularly those who can seize and impair property – yet another way to avoid being held to account for their action.

  9. Please vote No on Delegate Habeeb’s Bill and Senator Stanley’s bill …it will harm our community….

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