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David Elliott Pritt (R - Fayette, 050)


Capitol Office:
Room 233E, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3337

David Elliott Pritt Biography

Date of Birth: March 23rd, 1990

Education: B.A. History-Concord University M.A. Teaching (Social Studies and English)-Concord University

Occupation: Teacher: Social Studies

Spouse: Ashton Pritt

Children: 4

Parents: David A. and Rebecca Pritt

Religion: Roman Catholic

Town of Birth: Beckley, WV

Affiliations: American Federation of Teachers; United States Air Force (SSgt) 2008-2014; Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 7695


Committee on Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services
Economic Development and Tourism
Jails and Prisons

Economic Development and Tourism
Insurance and PEIA


District Counties: Fayette



Delegate Pritt, E. was the Lead Sponsor of 35 bills
HB 4223Requiring the West Virginia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to provide an inmate with one physical copy of their birth certificate and social security card upon releasePending
HB 4296Relating to the Waiving of Certain DMV Fees for Volunteer FirefightersPending
HB 4308Relating to addressing School Discipline in Public Schools PendingEducation
HB 4315Providing DMV with certain medical information related to mental or physical disabilities as it relates to the ability of a person to drive safelyPendingJudiciary
HB 4524Relating to Drivers License Address RequirementsPending
HB 4660Relating generally to landlords and tenantsPendingJudiciary
HB 4661Relating to utility rate increasesPending
HB 4785To regulate outdoor advertisements, specifically gentleman’s clubsPendingJudiciary
HB 4787Relating to fees collected and deposited into the Affordable Housing FundPendingFinance
HB 4792To require principals to have additional training in certain subjects.PendingEducation
HB 4859Creating a new property tax category for short-term rentals.PendingFinance
HB 4860Providing that a general education teacher may not be responsible for accommodation logsSigned
HB 4861Authorizing municipalities to place signage on state roads within their municipal jurisdiction and boundaries.PendingPolitical Subdivisions
HB 4902To provide a raise for special education aides, as well as a raise for self-contained special education teachers.PendingFinance
HB 4903Relating to critical vacancies in public education PendingEducation
HB 4942Adding a limitation on vehicular length for certain stretches of highwayPending
HB 4944Relating to the tax exemption of a citizen who paid to have a cat or dog spayed or neutered.PendingAgriculture and Natural Resources
HB 4948Removing fees teachers have to pay in order to obtain any teaching license, certification, or additional continuing education credit hours (reporting fee) to the state Board of EducationPendingEducation
HB 5067To remove the 2 year timeframe for medical malpractice suits to be filed ONLY for individuals who were minors when they had their procedures performedPending
HB 5068Make speeds that exceed 25MPH over the speed limit reckless driving.Pending
HB 5081Relating to any school employee before being hired must pass a CPS background checkPendingEducation
HB 5095Require county boards of education to train at least one professional staff member at each school in a grant writing procedures. PendingEducation
HB 5096Change the requirement for posting public notices at the state and federal level for PSDs.Pending
HB 5097Eliminate Daylight Savings Time in WV PendingGovernment Organization
HB 5149Requiring all hospitals and medical offices to send a notice to all former or current patients when they turn 18, informing them that if they have had any negative or adverse side effects of a procedure that was performed on them as a child to contact the hospital or office to inform them of the issuePendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 5218Relating to placing a cap on insurance copaysPendingBanking and Insurance
HB 5219Removing the 140 day a year cap placed on the amount of days a year a retired teacher can work before having their retirement penalizedPendingPensions and Retirement
HB 5300Moving the school system from a 5 day work week into a 4 day work week.PendingEducation
HB 5301To mandate county boards of education to provide feminine hygiene products in all public elementary, middle, and high schools for female studentsPendingFinance
HB 5312To increase the COLA by 15% for all retired state employeesPendingPensions and Retirement
HB 5313To require all stop lights in WV to be reprogrammed to add a 3 second pause between when one set of lights turns red and the opposite set of lights turns redPending
HB 5431Permitting county boards of education to send parents of students who are chronically disruptive the pro-rated amount of their education and to remove them from the school system for a year to continue their educationPendingEducation
HB 5543Relating to petition for involuntary treament for drug and alcohol abusePendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 5554Modifying the Occupational Pneumoconiois award categories for Worker’s CompensationPendingJudiciary
HB 5601To prohibit people taking their animals into a grocery store or a store that sells food if that animal is not a registered service animalPendingJudiciary

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