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Larry D. Kump (R - Berkeley, 094)


Capitol Office:
Room 68MB, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3122

P.O. Box 1131
Falling Waters, WV 25419
District Phone: (304) 274-3104

Larry D. Kump Biography

Education: Maryland Correctional Staff Training Academy Honors Graduate; Labor Relations Certification from University of Maryland, Indiana university, and U.S. Department of Labor; A.A., Hagerstown Community College; B.S. Frostburg State University

Occupation: Retired Public Administrator, Legislative Relations Specialist, Arbitrator, Mediator, Parliamentarian, Criminal Justice Professional

Spouse: Cheryl Lynn Hess

Children: 13

Parents: the late Betty Ann Steinbach and Willis "Woody" Theodore Kump

Religion: High Priest, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Town of Birth: Chambersburg, PA

Affiliations: Member, Farm Bureau; Sons of the American Legion; Assembly of Governmental Employees; American Society for Public Administrators; Council on Aging; Purdue University Economic Education Council; Indiana University Labor Research Committee; Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute; Foundation for Advancement of Industrial Research; American Society of Association Executives; Who's Who of America; Honorary Kentucky Colonel; Kinsman of Founding Father Patrick Henry, Hedgesville founder Josiah Hedges, and former WV Governor Herman Guy Kump; Falling Waters Battlefield Association; Friends of North Berkeley Library; Potomac Hills Property Owners Association; WV Organization of Home Owners Association; Eastern Panhandle Business Association; National Rifle Association; WV Citizens Defense League


Pensions and Retirement

Pensions and Retirement


District Counties: Berkeley



Delegate Kump was the Lead Sponsor of 24 bills
HJR 12Amending the Homestead Exemption of the ConstitutionPendingFinance
HJR 20To amend the West Virginia Constitution to require single member districts for all West Virginia State SenatorsPendingPolitical Subdivisions
HJR 22Require Governor to provide at least five days notice to all state legislators when calling a Special SessionPendingJudiciary
HB 4426To require all election voting precincts to be in different physical locations so that no voting locations share precincts. PendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4427To require voters to include either their West Virginia driver’s license number or any alternative identification information authorized by the West Virginia Secretary of State on their absentee ballot applications. PendingJudiciary
HB 4428Requiring candidates to live in the state or local election district for the office for which they are seeking.PendingJudiciary
HB 4501Changing the local school board election from the Primary to the GeneralPendingJudiciary
HB 4791Eliminating parole eligibility for the crimes of 1st degree murder and child abuse PendingJudiciary
HB 4802To amend the law regarding sewer systems.PendingGovernment Organization
HB 4803Relating to the hiring requirements of West Virginia law enforcement employeesPendingJudiciary
HB 4804Including all state correctional classifications in the Deputy Sheriff’s Retirement System (DSRS)PendingPensions and Retirement
HB 4805To create a division of election crimes and security within the office of the Secretary of State and give the Secretary of State the authority to recommend prosecution to the appropriate judicial jurisdiction. PendingJudiciary
HB 4843Prohibit the use of school resources in election advocacy efforts and prohibit school employees from political activity during their work hours or on behalf of the school administrationPendingEducation
HB 4844Relating generally to drug testing of state legislators.PendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4887Reducing the term of office for Berkeley County Commisioners from six years to four years. PendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4995Require Governor to provide at least five days notice to all state legislators when calling a Special SessionPendingGovernment Organization
HB 5108Providing authority for West Virginia law enforcement agencies to fine individual vehicle owners who fail to register their vehicle that have have been parked at their residence for more than sixty daysPendingJudiciary
HB 5118To raise the hiring age for law enforcement officers to age 60. PendingJudiciary
HB 5119Relating to Vehicular HomicidePendingJudiciary
HB 5125Requiring absentee ballots to be received by the time polls close on election day. PendingJudiciary
HB 5126To reduce the chances of election fraudPendingJudiciary
HB 5129To ban the unsolicited distribution of absentee applications by third parties and election officials. PendingJudiciary
HB 5133Eliminating the age requirement for hiring West Virginia law enforcement employeesPendingJudiciary
HB 5138Relating to federal involvement in electionsPendingJudiciary


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GOP Delegates Pledge to Protect Second Amendment Rights08/08/2019
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