Virginia State Delegate Michael Futrell
As a lifelong educator, State Delegate Michael Futrell currently represents Virginia's 2nd District in the House of Delegates where he has worked to ensure a better future for Virginia families through initiatives aimed at creating a world-class education system for all children regardless of their parent’s income. Delegate Futrell has been a voice that accurately expresses the views and beliefs of his constituents through his votes and floor speeches. Delegate Futrell also serves on the Committees on Finance and Privileges & Elections Committees.
In addition to serving in the Virginia General Assembly, Delegate Futrell and his wife Bernadine Futrell, PH.D, founded Make the Future, a nonprofit organization, which provides underprivileged and at-risk youth here in our community programs and activities to develop leadership and personal responsibility. Delegate Futrell has also served as the Vice-Chair of the Prince William County Election Task Force and a member of the Prince William County Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he is heavily involved in his church, Harvester’s Life Changers, where he serves as a Deacon. Delegate Futrell also serves on the House Finance Committee and the House Privileges and Elections Committee.
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY — Today, Delegate Michael Futrell's Senate Campaign announced the endorsements of key Democrats throughout the state of Virginia in support of his campaign.
“I am grateful and honored to have the endorsements of a number of my colleagues in the General Assembly and many others whom have positively impacted the Commonwealth at varied levels of public service,” said Del. Michael Futrell. "I know together we can do better and I am pleased these individuals and so many more are standing with me as I make the journey to the Virginia State Senate."
On February 13, 2015, Del. Futrell took the floor of the Virginia House of Delegates to highlight a special moment in Black History and honor Dr. William Ferguson Reid. You can watch his speech here http://youtu.be/MBTvLEA_lhM
For Immediate Release: Feb. 6, 2015
VA House Puts Politics Over People
Kills Del. Futrell’s Bills to Extend Metro and Other Infrastructure Projects and Provide Health Insurance to Teachers, Could Have Saved State $40 Million Dollars
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - National tension surrounding police violence is striking a chord with lawmakers in Virginia. Two proposed laws are at the General Assembly that would require body cameras for officers in the Commonwealth. One of those bills was introduced Tuesday.