Del. Michael Webert, a six-term Republican in the Virginia House of Delegates’ 18th District, announced on Friday that he will seek re-electio…
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The bill, sponsored by Webert, who represents Rappahannock County, requires the state to analyze the impact of small- and medium-sized solar and energy storage projects on forested lands and those containing prime agricultural soils, a federal classification defined in state law.
Rappahannock’s delegate seeks changes to how tax revenue from marijuana sales is directed
Rappahannock County’s Del. Michael Webert on Wednesday was elected by his caucus to serve as majority whip in the Republican-led Virginia Hous…
Prince William County will be split between two Congressional districts starting with the 2022 election.
In his interview in the Sept. 30 edition of Rappahannock News, Del. Michael Webert stated that expanding healthcare programs including Medicare and Medicaid would “bankrupt” the commonwealth.
Democrat Dr. Doug Ward, an infectious disease specialist residing in Sperryville, is challenging incumbent state Del. Michael Webert for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, saying he wants to protect the rural lifestyle while still providing the benefits of an urban society.
Michael Webert, a five-term Republican incumbent in the Virginia House of Delegates’ 18th District, is running for re-election in a contested race to continue representing much of Rappahannock County and parts of Fauquier, Warren and Culpeper Counties.
In recent weeks the Virginia legislature passed the 2021 budget to spend the proceeds of the American Rescue Plan (HB 7001). This budget provides funding for salary raises for law enforcement officers, replenishes the unemployment fund, increases funding for college education and mental health services, supports access to high speed internet for all Virginians by 2024 and other projects improving the quality of life for all Virginians. With all this, it still ends up with a budget surplus.
This budget bill passed with significant bipartisan support; more than half of the Republican caucus voted in favor. Unfortunately Michael Webert, the delegate from our 18th District was among the minority who voted against this excellent legislation.