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Charles R. Sheedy Sr. (R - Marshall, 007)


Capitol Office:
Room 205E, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3111

12471 Waynesburg Pike Road
Cameron, WV 26033

Charles R. Sheedy Sr. Biography

Date of Birth: February 23rd, 1958

Occupation: Retired

Spouse: Debbie D. Sheedy

Children: Jamie, Alan, Brandon, Charles Jr., James

Religion: Baptist

Town of Birth: Washington Pa.

Affiliations: American Legion Post 18 Masonic Lodge #17


Economic Development and Tourism
Energy and Manufacturing
Health and Human Resources
Senior, Children, and Family Issues
Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security

Economic Development and Tourism
Energy and Manufacturing


District Counties: Marshall, Wetzel



Delegate Sheedy was the Lead Sponsor of 20 bills
HB 4458Elimination of Statewide Contracts that are awarded to out of state vendors PendingGovernment Organization
HB 4731Provide that first $5000 per year earned on Military Duty, Active, National Guard, or Reserves be exempt from the WV State Income Tax. PendingVeterans Affairs and Homeland Security
HB 4888Requiring ten percent of all state revenues derived from sales tax, excise tax, severance tax, or generated by any other means be placed in General Revenue and returned to the County Division of HighwaysPending
HB 4889Increasing penalty for undocumented parking in “Purple Heart Wounded” or “Veterans” paking spaces. PendingJudiciary
HB 4890To eliminate additional fee from the WVDMV for honorably discharged veterans for “Veteran” vehicle registration platePendingFinance
HB 4921Relating generally to tuition for children of out of state alumni of WV state universities. PendingEducation
HB 5079Relating generally to the funds for patients of in state 28 day addiction clinics who do not complete the 28 day program.PendingJudiciary
HB 5213To allow Gold Star spouses to receive one free Gold Star vehicle registration for personal use.Signed
HB 5215Any Volunteer Fireman that is fully trained and active in 75% of all activities and calls are to be exempt from WV State Personnel Income Tax.Pending
HB 5216Requiring all counties to establish a fire levy to support volunteer fire departments and EMS. PendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 5217Recognizing United States currency as legal tender for all transacations private and public.PendingBanking and Insurance
HB 5224Exempting honorably discharged Veterans from “Hunter Safety Course” requirement for WV Hunting LicensePendingAgriculture and Natural Resources
HB 5385Relating generally to the modification of vehicle tires.Pending
HB 5386Relating generally to “Flagger Ahead” signs and flaggers on public roads in the State of West Virginia.Pending
HB 5387Requiring any motorized conveyance operating 10 MPH below the posted speed limit on any public road in the state to display emergency flashers.Pending
HB 5388Relating generally to asphalt grindings or millings from any WVDOH Right of WayPending
HB 5389Restoring the Rule of 80 for all State Employees. PendingPensions and Retirement
HB 5403To place a $1.00 charge on Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, Door Dash, and all like services with the proceeds to be disbursed to the WVDOH and equally applied to each Counties Annual Budget. PendingFinance
HB 5679Relating generally to DOH employees. Pending
HB 5681Prohibit insurance rates in WV from being based upon Credit scores.PendingBanking and Insurance

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