Representing a part of the City of Lynchburg, and portions of Amherst and Bedford Counties.
Delegate Wendell Walker, elected in November of 2019, is a conservative Republican, representing the 23rd House District in the Virginia House of Delegates. Wendell is a staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment, Pro-Life, and President Trump. He serves on the House Transportation and the Health, Welfare and Institution Committees.
Wendell is a long-time member of the Republican Party, having served in a variety of leadership positions: Chair of the Lynchburg Republican Party, 6th District Republican Committee, and Vice-Chair of the Western District.
Delegate Walker is a graduate of Liberty Baptist College, now Liberty University, and a member of Thomas Road Baptist Church. He is retired and has been married to his wife, Patsy, for over 40 years.
On The Issues
Delegate Walker is a constitutional conservative who fights for your 2nd Amendment Rights, the life of the unborn, and is also a strong advocate for businesses, small and large. As a champion for individual liberty, free enterprise, limited government, and fiscal conservatism, Delegate Walker is a strong representative of the 23rd House District in the General Assembly.
Delegate Walker's Record
View a portion of Delegate Walker's conservative voting record during
his time in the House of Delegates.
By Delegate Walker
2021 Legislative Session, Chief Patron:
Info: Provides much-needed tax relief for the motorcoach industry as they were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Passed unanimously through the House and Senate, signed by the Governor.
Info: Declares that, except as otherwise provided by law, each adult has a fundamental right to be free from medical mandates of the Commonwealth or any locality, private employer, health care entity or provider, or provider of public accommodations. Failed in committee.
2021 Legislative Session, Budget Amendment:
Info: "Out of the amounts provided for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720), Project Code 10880, up to $250,000 may be used to extend the water main and modify the water system as part of the transition of the water supply system at the Central Virginia Training Center site to the Amherst County Service Authority." (I.e., provided State funds to assist a portion of a Madison Heights neighborhood in Amherst, VA, which otherwise would be receiving stagnant water, to be connected to a clean water supply).
2021 Legislative Session, Co-Patron:
2020 Legislative Session, Chief Patron:
Info: Repeals the code section related to carrying dangerous weapons in places of worship.
Info: Directs state agencies to promulgate regulations prohibiting conversion therapy.
Info: Requires physicians to inform patients of the availability of medications, if available, to interrupt a medication-based abortion, if she decides to do so, after such woman has taken medication in preparation for the procedure.