Monty and his wife, Pam, are raising their two daughters in our community.
As our Delegate, Monty passed legislation to protect seniors from fraud.
Monty will continue to fight for pre-K educational opportunities for all of Virginia's children.
Monty has worked across the aisle to protect seniors from fraud, develop training for new teachers and provide educational opportunities to veterans.
Monty Mason, a graduate himself, works with William and Mary students, faculty, and administration to help support the college and its students.
Senator Monty Mason
Senator Monty Mason serves the Peninsula's 1st Senate District, including parts of James City County, York County, the City of Hampton, the City of Suffolk, the City of Newport News and all of the City of Williamsburg. As our Senator he is focused on protecting seniors, serving our veterans, creating opportunities for small businesses and improving education for Virginia's children. He was named a "Legislative Hero" three years in a row by the League of Conservation Voters for his voting record to protect our environment. He also earned the "Solid as a Rock" award from the Virginia Education Association for his week to improve education in the Commonwealth.
State Senator Monty Mason (D-1) and Delegate Mike Mullin (D-93) are hosting a community forum in McIntosh Elementary School's Parent Engagement Room.
Please join us as we send them off to Richmond for this year's session of Virginia's General Assembly on Thursday January 5th, 2017 from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
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Contact: Thomas Cross
Email: District01@senate.virgnia.gov 12/13/2016
Senator Mason Announces Winners of 3rd Annual Art Contest
Senator Monty Mason (Williamsburg, Virginia) today announced the winners of his 3rd annual Art Contest.
The last few weeks since my election have been a whirlwind of preparation for my new role as State Senator, beginning with the Senate's annual retreat just a few days after I was elected. Our 2017 General Assembly session is a little more than a month away and we need to be prepared to deal with many pressing issues...http://eepurl.com/crgk5H
Newport News school officials trotted their state legislators through schools Wednesday, from north to south, elementary to high school, to show off some of what lawmakers and the School Board have accomplished together and to talk about hopes for the future.
And, unusually, the talk was not about specific dollars and cents. The focus was on ideas – and on surprises.