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Josh Holstein (R - Boone, 032)


Capitol Office:
Room 219E, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3184

Josh Holstein Biography

Date of Birth: November 2nd, 2001

Education: Sherman High School, Graduate; BA in Economics, Marshall University

Occupation: Politics and Government

Parents: Terry and Tonya Holstein

Religion: Christian


Energy and Manufacturing
Political Subdivisions
Senior, Children, and Family Issues
Substance Abuse
Technology and Infrastructure
Workforce Development

Dept of Transportation Accountability
Energy and Manufacturing
Technology and Infrastructure
Volunteer Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services


District Counties: Boone



Delegate Holstein was the Lead Sponsor of 40 bills
HJR 1Relating to exempting certain honorably discharged veterans of the U. S. Armed Forces who are disabled from ad valorem property taxation on full amount of assessed value of certain property PendingFinance
HB 4016Prohibiting the delivery of unsolicited absentee ballot applications to any person who has not specifically requested one from the county clerkPendingJudiciary
HB 4017To modify certain election laws, early voting laws, and absentee voting lawsPendingJudiciary
HB 4018Provisions for election observers during any election and at any voting or ballot-reviewing and ballot-counting location within West VirginiaPendingJudiciary
HB 4205Relating to changing the process of election litigationPendingJudiciary
HB 4206To clarify the postmark date for election announcementsPendingJudiciary
HB 4257To require all electronic voting systems to be manufactured in the United StatesPendingJudiciary
HB 4258To require railroad companies to provide alternative entry and exit waysPending
HB 4269To exempt school buses from toll fees in West VirginiaPending
HB 4270To limit the amount of ballot propositions.PendingJudiciary
HB 4290To create the American Campuses ActPendingEducation
HB 4346To require a moment of silence at the beginning of school each day in the statePendingEducation
HB 4350Relating to appointment of candidates after filing periodSigned
HB 4351To increase the penalty for passing a school bus and causing injuryPendingJudiciary
HB 4352Clarifying that the time limitations provided for filing occupational pneumoconiosis claims do not apply or otherwise limit the ability of a claimant to obtain an evaluation from the Occupational Pneumoconiosis Board.PendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4353To exempt daylight fluorescent outer garments from salesPendingFinance
HB 4447To create the Responsible Fatherhood ActPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 4480To provide debt incentives for STEM teachersPendingEducation
HB 4591Give a 10-day right to appeal to the Supreme Court of Appeals a Secretary of State decision to not certify a candidacy.PendingJudiciary
HB 4777Allow staff members in public schools to eat lunch for free if there is food left over after every student has been fedPending
HB 4815To unseal adoption records after 21 years of age for adoptees for a one time fee of $30 and issuance of an original birth certificate for the common birth certificate fee.PendingJudiciary
HB 4833Require that any student in the 11th or 12th grade, who has been placed in a “free/elective/assistant” period, be informed of online college course opportunities available for themPendingEducation
HB 4838Require county boards of education to provide long-term substitute teachers, upon hiring, with certain informationSigned
HB 4958To create the American Campuses ActPendingEducation
HB 4959To exclude certain students from drop out rate dataPendingEducation
HB 4960To establish career exploration coursesPendingEducation
HB 4961To create the Substance Abuse Recovery Tax CreditPendingFinance
HB 4962Modifying compulsory housing for hotels and motelsPendingJudiciary
HB 4963Prohibiting the use of deep fake technology to influence an electionPendingJudiciary
HB 4969To allow schools to withhold a diploma from students who cause at least $1,000 in damage due to destruction of property or defacementPendingEducation
HB 4977Requiring that if baby changing stations are installed by an establishment that these be put in both male and female restroomsPendingGovernment Organization
HB 5002To require at least 1 baby changing station to existing and future rest areas in this state for both male and female restroomsPending
HB 5207To create a special license plate for 100% disabled veteransPending
HB 5208Providing tax credits for hiring those in recovery for substance abusePending
HB 5277Require adoption awareness material be made available in high school counseling offices PendingEducation
HB 5282To prohibit rank choice votingPendingJudiciary
HB 5283Prohibiting certain foreign ownership of land PendingAgriculture and Natural Resources
HB 5290To create “Holocaust Education Week”PendingEducation
HB 5291To require retail businesses to accept small amounts of cashPending
HB 5630Requiring that county assessors send out notice to taxpayers when their property tax increasesPendingFinance

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