Stay Informed – COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

April 5, 2020

My team and I are working to keep you informed regarding COVID-19. Please fill out your information using the following link to receive updates –

Delegate Campbell’s Richmond Report V.3

January 27, 2020

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Delegate Campbell’s Richmond Report V.2

January 17, 2020

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Chronic Wasting Disease

January 16, 2020

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a fatal neurological disease of deer, elk, and moose. CWD was first diagnosed in Virginia in 2009 and has been detected in Frederick, Shenandoah, Clark, Fauquier, and Culpeper counties.

Frederick County, over the last ten years, has had 72 cases of CWD. Shenandoah has had 10, and all other locations have each reported one case.

Of the cases detected – hunter have killed 75 deer, cars 6, and 4 as a result of suspected illness.

CWD is caused by abnormal infectious proteins called prions. Prions can pass between deer through saliva, feces, urine, and through water or soil contaminated with prions. CWD is not infectious to humans.

Older male deer are more likely to carry the disease.

The best method for prevention is to stay informed through DGIF and to contact them if you know of any deer that is contaminated.

The potential impacts of CWD to the Virginia white-tailed deer population are a serious concern, though the disease has not been shown to pose a health risk to humans or domestic animals. DGIF is responsible for CWD surveillance and management in Virginia. The Department relies on assistance from hunters, taxidermists, processors, other agencies, and diverse constituent groups to implement surveillance.

For more information, please follow this link –

Town Hall

December 23, 2019
Friends, I hope you will join me and Delegate-Elects Chris Runion and John Avoli on January 2nd.

Please join me for a Town Hall.

Thank You!

November 12, 2019
It has been a week since election day in Virginia, and I cannot thank you enough for your continued support in me. 

Statewide – the results may not have been what we would have liked. However, the fight is not over, and I will return to Richmond to fight for our Valley values. 
This all said – should you need any help from me or my office, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at



Delegate Campbell Receives an A+ Score From the VA Chamber of Commerce

September 23, 2019

Delegate Campbell Endorsed by the Virginia Police Benevolent Association

September 13, 2019

Special Session

July 5, 2019

This upcoming Tuesday, the General Assembly will be in a Special Session, and we will be addressing Governor Northam’s gun control legislation. Read my email here –

Tax Return

June 21, 2019

During the 2019 General Assembly Session, the Republican-led General Assembly was able to set aside nearly $450 million for a Taxpayer Relief Fund to give money back to hard-working families this October.

In order to qualify, returns must be filed before July 1st, and the taxpayer can’t owe any back taxes to their local government, Virginia, the IRS, or any other state agency. For those who do, the money will go to settle those debts.

If you’ve already filed your taxes, you’re eligible for a refund of up to $110 for those filing individually and $220 for those filing as a couple.

Rebates won’t exceed a taxpayer’s total tax liability. For example, if your Virginia income tax liability was only $50, your check would likely be $50 instead of the full $110 or $220.

If you’ve already filed your state tax return you are qualified! If you haven’t, hurry! The filing deadline is in less than two weeks.

Here are some other tips to ensure your return is processed smoothly:

If I can ever be of assistance, please don’t hesitate to call me at (540) 280-0778 or email me at

It’s an honor to be your voice in Richmond.


Ronnie Campbell