Delivering for Small Businesses. Roanoke County. Family Values. Craig County. Gun Rights. Salem City. Tax Cuts. Montgomery County.

“As the next Delegate from the Roanoke and New River Valleys Joe would continue Delegate Greg Habeeb’s work to advance pro-life, fiscally conservative, and pro-Second Amendment principles!”

David SuetterleinVirginia Senate (VA-19)

“Joe is a conservative who understands the role of government and values fiscal responsibility. Joe will represent the character of our district well and I look forward to supporting him.”

C. Jordan LabiosaNew Castle Town Council

Leader on Taxes

In his first term, Joe was instrumental in the largest tax cut in thirty years. In the 2021 Session, Joe fought to provide $221 million in relief to small businesses and families struggling from the Governor’s shutdowns.

Protector of Families

Joe is a proud husband and father to five children. He has a strong record of fighting for family values and constitutional liberties, including gun rights, as a member of the House of Delegates.

Job Creator

As the owner of the Salem Ice Cream Parlor and Katie’s Ice Cream and Chocolates, Joe knows how to create jobs and balance a budget. He pushes back against job-killing laws and regulations.

McNamara Provides Tax Relief to Struggling Virginians

Delegate Joe McNamara (R-Roanoke), working alongside Delegate Todd Gilbert (R-Shenandoah) and Senator Steve Newman (R-Bedford), reached a bipartisan compromise on tax conformity during the 2021 General Assembly session. This will deliver up…

McNamara Legislation Helps Schools Respond to Emergencies

ROANOKE, Va. – Gov. Ralph Northam signed the “Remote Learning” bill this week, which allows unscheduled remote learning during inclement weather and emergency situations that prevent in-person learning. Delegate Joe McNamara, who represents…

Joe McNamara Delivers PPP Loan Forgiveness to Small Businesses

Delegate Joe McNamara (R-Roanoke), in one of his biggest legislative accomplishments of the 2021 session, led the way to reach a bipartisan deal that will provide a deduction cap of up to $100,000 for businesses who received PPP Loan Forgiveness.…