Question: So how does a State Senator spend his birthday?? Answer: With 85 third graders at MinnievilleElementary talking about civics, citizenship, and what it means to live in a representative democracy! Many thanks to Principal Provincio, Mrs. Wiggins and the staff for a great visit with the Minnieville Eagles and for the special birthday wishes! 🇺🇸🦅🏛 #pwcs #princewilliamproud #civics
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On Friday, I spoke briefly on the Senate floor about the school shooting in Florida and its impact on my own family. As a father and a State Senator, I am deeply frustrated by the lack of action to do anything to deal with militarized weapons. 32 pieces of gun safety legislation failed this year, including the ban on bump stock devices. These weapon do not belong on our streets. I pray we have the political will to finally have a meaningful discussion on this issue.

Senator McPike speaks on the Senate floor after the Parkland, FL school shooting.
Jeremy McPike added 6 new photos to the album: Virginia State Capitol Visitors.

This album documents various groups and residents that visited Senator McPike in his Richmond Office during the 2018 Legislative Session.


We are live at Beville Middle school for our Dale City Town Hall. Join us!

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My post-crossover newsletter with legislative update is below. We are 40 days into the 60 day session and while we have made some progress, there is still a great deal left to do.

Dear Neighbors, Greetings from Richmond! We have completed nearly two-thirds of the 60 day Legislative Session, and there is much to discuss. I hope you will join me at one of the following two town halls this weekend:

Town halls: Today at 1pm at Bull Run Library and tomorrow at 3pm at Beville Middle School. I hope you will join us for a community conversation!

Bipartisan group of legislators who are also #Sorensen alums! Happy 25th Anniversary The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership!

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Second Town Hall schedule for this weekend is the Dale City Town Hall w/ Delegate Elizabeth Guzman at Beville Middle School on Sunday afternoon. Mark your calendars!

Sun 3:00 PM ESTStuart M. Beville MiddleWoodbridge
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Two Town Halls coming up this weekend. Below is the info for the first one - Manassas Town Hall w/ Danica Roem - Virginia Delegate and Delegate Lee Carter on Saturday. Join us to continue the community conversation!

Sat 1:00 PM ESTBull Run Regional LibraryManassas
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For the most recent newsletter update, on several key issues of this session, click here👇🏻

Dear Neighbors, As we approach “crossover” next week, the Senate is moving rapidly to meet strict deadlines to act on all legislation introduced by Senators. This lead to may long days in both committee and floor debates, but we are moving through many important pieces of legislation.

This album documents various groups and residents that visited Senator McPike in his Richmond Office during the 2018 Legislative Session.

I am one week behind in posting my weekly newsletter to my Facebook page, so this is the update I sent last weekend. For updates on what has happened in Richmond this past week, check your email inbox around 10am today!

One year ago tomorrow, Father Gerry Creedon opened the Senate session with prayer. Today he is with us again in spirit as we honor his memory.

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ICYMI: Another economic development project coming to the 29th Senate District in Prince William County. Maybe I should dust off the old racket?

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) Mid-Atlantic Section will build its new headquarters and state-of-the-art tennis facility on 46 acres at Innovation Park.
Jeremy McPike added 14 new photos to the album: 2018 Greater Prince William Young Leaders Program — in Richmond, Virginia.
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Senator McPike sponsors six high school students for several days in Richmond to learn about the legislative process by listening to committee debates, observing floor session, and meeting with top-level policy makers.

As a member of the Veterans Caucus, I introduced the budget language to advance the below initiative, supported by the Joint Leadership Council of Veterans Service Organizations.

"The JLC is additionally advocating for a veteran entrepreneurship microloan program to be administered by the Virginia Small Business Financing Authority.

This dedicated fund will allow the state to support Virginia veteran entrepreneurs who wish to start a business here, using microloans that will be given with competitive interest rates and repayment plans allowing veterans to grow the Virginia economy and diversify in ways that will help insulate the commonwealth against further rounds of sequestration."

“I’m still against anything that doesn’t provide transparency and rebates back to the customers,” said Sen. Jeremy McPike, D-29th District, in an interview. “If Dominion is making hundreds of millions of dollars more than they should, it should go back to customers, period.”

The fate of a legislative push by Del. Tim Hugo, R-40th District, to compel Dominion Energy to bury a planned power line through western Prince William County is now bound

#tbt to that time last week when the Senate passed by bill to require an AED at all gyms. During a cardiac arrest, every minute matters. For each minute defribulation is delayed, your survival rate decreases by 7-10%.

Senator McPike presents Senate Bill 654 on the floor of the Senate for passage.