Ron A. Villanueva (born March 30, 1970) is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 21st district, which includes part of Virginia Beach; since He is a Republican who first won election in 2009, defeating incumbent Democratic delegate Bobby Mathieson in the general election. He was sworn in the following January in Richmond, Virginia.
[Clarksville Leaf Chronicle] ; Steve Cisney 202, 199, 180; Lee Weaver 192, 189; Finis Clark 190, 185; Jim Tyler 188; John Tyndall 187; Mike Neverdusky 186; M.F. Holt 185; Richard Lee 184; Don McIntosh 184; Ron Villanueva 184, 181; Orville Elrod 182; Charlotte Myers 202, 516
[WTVR] - “It's an effort to control drunk driving,” said Delegate Ron Villanueva. “It saves lives.” Villanueva knows first-hand the devastation a drunk driver can cause. “I lost my sister in to a drunk-driving accident,” said Villanueva.
[Virginia Connection Newspapers] - Ron Villanueva (R-21). "George Allen will fight every day to unleash our energy resources for jobs and security and that's why we need him in the US Senate." KAINE'S OPPONENTS are also focused on the economy, although they're attacking the former
[The State Column] - “Tim Kaine's decision to side with President Obama in rejecting the Keystone Pipeline, and consequently thousands of American jobs and more affordable energy, is disappointing, but not surprising,” said Delegate Ron Villanueva (R-Virginia Beach).
[Luray Page Free Press] - Ron Villanueva, R-Virginia Beach, in a statement released by the Allen campaign. “While Virginia Republicans and Democrats worked hard to try to prevent the Joint Force Command move, Kaine refused to fight for the thousands of Hampton Roads jobs
[Richmond Times Dispatch] - Ron Villanueva, R-Virginia Beach, that would make it optional to publish local government procurement notices in newspapers, was revived by a subcommittee that had rejected it one week ago. Local government groups including the Virginia Municipal
[Richmond Times Dispatch] - Ron Villanueva, R-Virginia Beach, failed to advance from a House general laws subcommittee last Thursday. None of the subcommittee members made a motion to take action on it. Villanueva's bill sought to require localities to post procurement notices