Current Position: State Delegate since 2003
Mission Statement: N/A
900 E. Main St,
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Phone: (804) 698-1040
P.O. Box 893
Centreville, VA 20122
Phone: (703) 815-1201
Legislative Assistant: Nadia Elgendy, Vickie Hull
Administrative Assistant During Session: Linda Staton
Email Links: DelTHugo@house.virginia.gov
Source: Follow the Money
From Campaign Website
Tim, a lifelong Virginian and 30 year resident of Fairfax County.
Tim served as the President of CapNet – a technology association dedicated to educating and electing public officials who recognized the concerns of the technology community. He has also served as the Chief of Staff to the Chairman of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Tim worked closely with the Chairman on groundbreaking national transportation legislation (“TEA-21’’). During the Administration of President George H. W. Bush, he was the Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs.
In 2002, Tim was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates with almost 70% of the vote. He is currently third in leadership in the House of Delegates, serving as Majority Caucus Chairman. He also serves on the Commerce and Labor, Transportation, Finance, and Privileges and Elections committees.
Tim earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of William and Mary and received a Kodak Fellowship for the Senior Managers in Government Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He and his wife Paula live in Clifton, Virginia with their four children.
- Birth Year: 1963
- Place of Birth: Norfolk, VA
- Gender: Male
- Race(s): Caucasian
- Spouse: Paula
- Children: Katie, Christopher, Matthew, and Jackie
- Membership & Affiliation: St. Andrews Church
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (Kodak fellowship)
Occoquan Watershed Coalition
- Awards: George Mason University, Jack Wood Award for Town Gown Relations
Virginia Run Board of Trustees (2008)
Southwestern Youth Association (2008)
Virginia Education Association, Legislative Most Improved Voting Record (2009), Legislative Award for HB 2474 (2009), Legislative Champion (2015), Solid as a Rock Award (2015)
Oak Valley Champion (2012)
Passage of East Sea Legislation Appreciation (2014)
Virginia Counselors Association, Legislator of the Year (2014)
Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Champion of Free Enterprise (2014)
Korean American Service Award (2015)
- Military Service: USAR (1990-98)
- Occupation/Profession: Technology government relations
The College of William and Mary in Virginia (B.A., 1986)
A member of the Republican Party, Hugo is the House of Delegates’ majority caucus chairman. Hugo serves on the Commerce and Labor (2007–present), Education (2003), Finance (2004–present), Privileges and Elections (2003–2006 and 2010–present), Science and Technology (2007–2009), and Transportation (2003–present) committees. Hugo was re-elected in 2017 after a close race that went to a recount. See more in wikipedia about notable legislation.
Vice Chair: Transportation
Commerce and Labor
Privileges and Elections
Chair: Finance – Subcommittee #2
Finance – Subcommittee #3
Commerce and Labor – Subcommittee #2
Commerce and Labor – Subcommittee #3
Commerce and Labor – Special Sub-Consumer Lending
Privileges and Elections – Subcommittee #4
Transportation – Subcommittee #3
Autism Advisory Council
Coal and Energy, Virginia Commission on
Coal Ash Subcommittee
Economic Opportunity for Virginians in Aspiring and Diverse Communities, Commission on
Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on
House Commerce and Labor
House Privileges and Elections
Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability
Northern Virginia Transportation Authority
Tax Preferences, Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate
World War I and World War II Commemoration Commission, Virginia
From campaign site
Virginia is home to nearly 800,000 veterans, roughly 1 in 10 of all Virginians, which is why Tim, as a veteran, has advanced and backed legislation supporting veterans. Legislation that includes making it easier to transition into civilian life and ensuring veterans have the best care available. Tim supports providing resources to those who complete their active duty.
The opioid epidemic affects the lives of Virginians across the Commonwealth. Tim and the entire General Assembly are working to solve this serious issue. Medications are often prescribed for longer than necessary, resulting in unused medication being improperly disposed, illegally sold or abused. In Virginia, the most common drug overdoses are from prescription opioids. Tim is working to help stop overprescribing …
Tim believes a core function of government is to provide services to those most in need. Tim believes in taking real steps to improve and invest in the healthcare safety net to meet the needs of Virginia’s most vulnerable citizens. That’s why Tim Sponsored: This year, Tim co-sponsored HB 2267, which requires any health benefit plan amended, renewed, or delivered …
Tim believes in prioritizing the conservation of Virginia’s natural beauty for future generations. From the Great Dismal Swamp to Great Falls, over 400 years Virginians have made a commitment to protect and treasure the Commonwealth’s natural wonders. On energy, Tim believes that Virginia requires an all-of-the-above approach. Energy independence has been America’s “Achilles’ Heel” in the recent past. Providing cleaner and reliable …
Tim has been a leader in Virginia’s fight against human trafficking. According to the US Department of Justice, human trafficking has become the second fastest growing crime in the nation, and Northern Virginia is not immune to these disgusting offenders. Working with activist groups and citizens, as well as his colleagues in the General Assembly, Tim has introduced four laws …
After the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007, Tim became committed to addressing mental health issues so that many of our young people could receive the help they need in the hopes of preventing another tragedy. Working with his colleagues in 2008, the Virginia General Assembly enacted comprehensive mental health legislation including several pieces of legislation that Tim co-sponsored. Last year, …
Sanctity of Life
Tim strongly believes that we should live in a society that promotes and protects the sanctity of human life and provide security for those who cannot protect themselves.
Tim believes that the right to keep and bear arms is one of the most important rights that we have, and he will fight to protect that right for all of Virginia’s law-abiding citizens. Hand-in-hand with his commitment to protecting your 2nd Amendment rights is his firm resolve to penalize those who use guns to commit a crime and obtain …
I understand that transportation is one of government’s core responsibilities. An eroding transportation infrastructure not only hampers economic development, but it also diminishes our quality of life. I will continue to ensure that your neighborhood and secondary roads are safe and properly maintained, and will remain a common sense voice for major transportation projects so that our interstates and highways …
Taxes & Spending
Tim has consistently fought to hold the line on new or higher taxes, and has been a leader on eliminating wasteful and redundant state spending. Tim is working to keep Virginia one of the top states in the nation to live, work, and raise a family. A big part of that goal is building a tax environment that fosters innovation …
VA House Delegate Timothy Hugo on HB2529
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