Del. Michael Jones (D-Richmond)

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77: County of Chesterfield (part); City of Richmond (part)
Took Office
January 2024
Next Election
November 2025
Copatroning Habits
89% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 98% of them are Democrats. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 69% of them are Democrats.
Bills Passed
29.4% in 2024
From the Legislator’s Website

Election Week Newsletter

November 2, 2023
We would like to express our gratitude!      Thank you for your continued support of the Mike Jones Delegate Campaign for District 77. Your presence in our community has helped to amplify Jones’ message. We, as a campaign, not only acknowledge your support but also challenge you all to hold us to your standard of an ideal elected official this past campaign season. This newsletter will hopefully serve as a reminder of all that Councilman Jones has accomplished during this campaign season, and persuade you to vote for him as your District 77 representative.       To promote economic well-being and education amongst city residents, Councilman Mike Jones has been proud to bring resources to his community, such as a Job Readiness Fair to Richmond City and Chesterfield, along with various Canvas Launches. The Job Readiness Fair was helpful for those who wanted help establishing a career path or for those who were seeking a change in their current one. We hoped to provide a welcoming space for networking to flourish and resources to be shared to ensure that everyone leaves this event more informed, confident, and optimistic. On the other hand, the Canvas Launches served as a space for volunteers to connect while getting the word out about the Mike Jones for Delegate campaign. Through knocking on doors and conversing with potential voters, our campaign was able to get to know the voters of District 77.       Additionally, Councilman Mike Jones hosted community office hours throughout this entire campaign season to serve as another resource for his constituents. Our goal was to provide a Meet and Greet for the community and to create an opportunity to get to know Councilman Jones. We hope that these community office hours helped every one of you to a solid support system within your elected officials.       Lastly, Councilman Mike Jones finished out this election season by hosting a Farm to Table dinner. At this event we discussed how the city of Richmond needs to become more environmentally friendly, to allow us to become a model city for other areas within the US.       As we work towards turning the House Blue on November 7th, 2023, we encourage you all to vote for Councilman Mike Jones for your District 77 representative. Questions concerning where your voting center is located can be found here .       If you have any further questions, or would like to refresh your memory on all that Councilman Mike Jones has to offer, please feel free to check out our website in its entirety. 

Councilman Jones Presents Job Readiness Fair - September 27, 2023

September 20, 2023
When: September 27, 2023. 10am - 2pm EDT Richmond, VA 9/15/2023 - Councilman Mike Jones presents the Job Readiness Fair, taking place at Southside Community Center on September 27, 2023. In an effort to promote economic well-being and education amongst city residents, Councilman Mike Jones is proud to bring the Job Readiness Fair to Richmond City and Chesterfield. This event will be held in the Southside Community Center located at 6255 Old Warwick Rd from 10am-2pm. This event will be ideal for those who are establishing a career path or seeking a change in their current one. We strive to provide a welcoming space for networking to flourish and resources to be shared to ensure that everyone leaves this event more informed, confident, and optimistic. The following organizations will be in attendance to offer profitable advice and resources to attendees:  LiUna (Laborers' International Union of North America) SidekickRVA DressforSuccess The Underground Kitchen Individuals seeking to improve their professional career will have the opportunity to do so with the skills and advising tactics taught by these organizations. Headshots will be offered onsite along with services such as career counseling, resume writing and professional fashion suggestions. Light refreshments will also be provided as well. We hope city residents will take this opportunity to utilize these resources to their advantage in enhancing their skills to achieve their goals. Considering how demanding and selective the job force can be, we have the tools to prepare you for success in your journey. More information will be available on our website at where you can enroll in our email subscription to stay informed on upcoming events such as this one. Michael Jones is a father, a pastor, and a legislator. As Council President of Richmond City, Mike has amplified the voices of his constituents. Through hearing the issues of his community, Mike is not afraid to fight for what’s right. He understands that Virginia needs to be redirected, and Mike is up for the new challenge to guide us.  Let’s send him from City Hall to the State House.  Contact Information: Jocelyn Jones/([email protected]//804.301.7935)


  • HB12: Handguns; firearm locking device required for sale or transfer, child safety warning required.
  • HB20: Photo speed monitoring devices; location.
  • HB21: School crossing zones; expands definition of zones to include areas surrounding schools, etc.
  • HB22: Auto sears and trigger activators; prohibition on manufacture, importation, sale, etc., penalty.
  • HB28: Fossil fuel projects moratorium; transitioning energy workers, environmental justice protections.
  • HB50: Central State Hospital; designation of additional beds as forensic and psychiatric beds.
  • HB80: Breakthrough Therapies for Veteran Suicide Prevention, Advisory Council on; established, report.
  • HB246: Fines, restitution, forfeiture, penalties, etc.; criminal and traffic cases, itemized statement.
  • HB331: Richmond, City of; amending charter, extensive updates, removing outdated provisions.
  • HB332: Termination of trust; notice requirements.
  • HB333: Environmental Justice, Virginia Council on; meetings and staffing, appointment of members.
  • HB336: Powers of attorney, certain; transfer on death deeds.
  • HB1367: First Responder and Veteran Passport; established, discounted entry and parking.
  • HB1392: Local government; employee insurance programs.
  • HB1393: Virginia Retirement System; return to work for law-enforcement officers.
  • HB1503: Omitted taxes; installment agreements.
  • HB1535: Food and beverage or meals tax; discount for collection.
  • HR140: Commending Urban League Greater Richmond & Urban League Greater Richmond Young Professionals.
  • HR311: Celebrating the life of Lonnie Chandell Reavis.