Del. Bill Wiley (R-Winchester)

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29: Counties of Frederick (part) and Warren (part); City of Winchester [map]
Took Office
November 2020
Next Election
November 2019
Finance, Public Safety, Transportation
Copatroning Habits
88% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 59% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 72% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
14.3% in 2022
Recent Mentions in the Media

The Winchester Star: Despite Democrats' statewide sweep, it was a red wave locally

November 9, 2023 | 3:00 am

The Winchester Star: Off to the races: Voters hit the polls to elect state, local candidates

November 7, 2023 | 6:00 pm

The Winchester Star: Fundraising for Board of Supervisors' candidates higher than in ...

November 6, 2023 | 3:00 am

The Winchester Star: Voters in House of Delegates District 32 will choose between Wiley ...

November 3, 2023 | 3:00 am

The Winchester Star: Letter to the editor: Voter advice from a conservative

November 2, 2023 | 3:00 am

From the Legislator’s Website

Councilman Bill Wiley Announces for Vacant House of Delegates Seat

July 1, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2020 Contact: Bill Wiley: 540-327-0449 Councilman Bill Wiley Announces for Vacant House of Delegates Seat Winchester, VA – Winchester City Councilman Bill Wiley (R) announced his candidacy for the 29th House of Delegates District vacated by Chris Collins. “I want to thank Chris Collins for his service in the House of Delegates, he put in years of hard work for the Northern Shenandoah Valley, and has helped us make progress on important initiatives to bring more jobs and represented us well,” said Wiley. “As your Delegate, I will continue to fight for our fair share of tax dollars from Richmond, work to repeal unfunded mandates on our localities, create a better job climate, and push for common sense policies that will make the Commonwealth a better place to live, work and raise a family.” “It would be my honor to serve in the House of Delegates. I have never been afraid to stand up for what’s right, and I won’t back down in Richmond. You can count on me to stand up for our values. I proudly support our Second Amendment, the Right to Life, will reject costly tax hikes, and will oppose radical initiatives to defund the police that will make us less safe,” said Wiley. “As your Delegate I will work tirelessly every day to stand up for our region and our values in Richmond and am eager to meet the voters of the 29th District and earn their support,” concluded Wiley. William Wiley has been a member of City council since 2014 voted Vice-President in 2015 and President in 2018. Prior to being elected to City Council, Wiley served for five years on the Winchester Planning Commission and was Chairman for three of those years. Professionally, he serves as the business development manager for Howard Shockey and Sons, Inc. and is an associate real estate broker at Oakcrest Commercial Real Estate. He resides in Ward 1 of Winchester with his Wife, Katy and three boys, Clarke, Stewart, & Dawson. He is a graduate of George Mason University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Master’s in Education.


  • HB1362: Short-term rentals; localities' ability to restrict.
  • HB1414: Ballots; party identification of candidates.
  • HB1420: Carrying a concealed handgun; permit not required.
  • HB1437: Installation, etc., of devices in highway right-of-way; law-enforcement purposes, regulation.
  • HB1460: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income mil. veteran w/permanent service-connected disability.
  • HB1461: Students; Department of Education to establish uniform system of discipline for disruptive behavior.
  • HB1462: Firearms, certain; criminal history record info. check required for transfer, photo identification.
  • HB1661: Nonrepairable vehicles; titling requirements, sale to certain auto recyclers.
  • HB2284: Waterworks & Wastewater Works Operators & Onsite Sewage System Professionals, Bd. for; membership.
  • HB2285: Shenandoah River State Park; conveyance of easement.
  • HB2353: Income tax, state; establishes a subtraction for professional firefighter pension.
  • HB2361: Real property; tax exemption for certain disabled veterans and surviving spouses.
  • HB2362: Military spouses; burial fees.
  • HB2389: Mortgage lending and brokerage entities; definitions remote location requirements.
  • HB2500: Construction contracts; payment clauses to be included in certain contracts.
  • HJ465: Commending James Douglas Butler, Sr.
  • HJ467: Commending Robert Selden Duvall.
  • HJ623: Commending John Handley High School.
  • HR267: Commending the James Wood High School girls' volleyball team.
  • HB56: Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for juvenile detention specialists.
  • HB115: Disabled veterans; special hunting and fishing licenses.
  • HB143: Heavy Equipment Dealer Act; agreements and exclusivity.
  • HB144: Charitable gaming; clarifies definition of organization.
  • HB147: Local correctional facilities and lock-ups; minimum standards.
  • HB1278: Wildlife Resources, Board of; conveyance of certain property.
  • HB1362: Short-term rentals; localities' ability to restrict.
  • HJ149: Commending Michael E. Karmis.
  • HJ156: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Harry Russell Potts, Jr.
  • HJ242: Commending Austin Riddell.
  • HJ243: Celebrating the life of Judith Ann McKiernan.
  • HB2336: Non-FDA-vaccines; preventing public and private imposition of vaccines.
  • HB2337: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability.
  • HB2337: Income tax, state; subtraction for low-income military veterans with a service-connected disability.
  • HB2338: Veterans; alerts for those missing who have a service-related health condition.
  • HR511: Commending Valley Health.
  • HR512: Commending Shenandoah University.