T. Montgomery (Monty) Mason (D-SS01)
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Capitol: 804.698.7501
FAX: 804.698.7651
District: 757.229.9310
Room E515 Pocahontas Building 900 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219

District Office:
1103 Richmond Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Elected: 2016    Next Election: 2023
Spouse: Pamela (Pam) Henney Jenkins   DOB: 9/8/1967
Committee Assignments
ChairmanSubcommittee on Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC)
ChairmanSubcommittee on Menhaden
MemberSubcommittee on Gaming
MemberSenate Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources
MemberJoint Commission on Behavioral Health
MemberSenate Committee on General Laws and Technology
Vice ChairJoint Commission on Water
MemberJoint Commission on Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability
MemberSenate Committee on Privileges and Elections
MemberSenate Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
MemberSenate Committee on Commerce and Labor
Counties Representing
Hampton City / James City / Newport News City / Suffolk City / Williamsburg City / York


Senator Monty Mason proudly represents the Virginia Peninsula's 1st State Senate district, including the City of Williamsburg and parts of Newport News, James City County, Hampton, York County and Suffolk. Monty was twice elected to the House of Delegates in the 93rd District in 2013 and 2015 before winning his race for State Senate in a special election in November of 2016.

During his tenure in the legislature Monty has worked to improve the child welfare system, protect seniors, serve our veterans, create opportunities for small businesses and improve education for Virginia's children. He has worked to better the Foster Care system in Virginia by carrying legislation to implement the Families First Prevention Services Act, bringing federal dollars to the Commonwealth for prevention services. He has also been pivotal in advocating for the expansion of offshore wind in Hampton Roads, carrying standalone legislation in 2020 to bring this emerging industry to the region with the expectation of new jobs, businesses and skilled trades to further diversify our economy. No stranger to community service before he took office, Monty has been volunteering and supporting the community for nearly two decades. He is a strong supporter of the College of William and Mary and was honored with the Alumni Service Award in 2018. He was formerly Chairman of the William and Mary Athletic Educational Foundation and Williamsburg Economic Development Authority. He sponsors an annual College Creek cleanup to remove debris and trash from a part of a local creek every April.

Monty also serves on the Virginia Living Museum Board of Directors, the Let Freedom Ring Foundation, the Statewide Advisory Board for the Sorensen Institute of Political Leadership, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance Board, the Executive Board of Smart Beginnings Virginia Peninsula, and the Advisory Board of Literacy for Life. His legislative appointments include serving on the Commerce and Labor committee, Privileges and Elections committee, Rehabilitation and Social Services committee, Agriculture, Conservation, and Natural Resources committee, and the General Laws and Technology committee. Additionally, he serves as Virginia's legislative representative to the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and was recently appointed to the Jamestown Yorktown Foundation, and the Frontier Culture Museum while being reappointed to the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission, the State Executive Council to the Office of Children's Services, and the State Water Commission for the length of his Senate term. Monty's career in business spans more than 25 years and includes working in real estate with Land America Financial Group and the financial sector with more than a decade at VISA Inc. in fraud and risk management.

​ Monty is a 1989 graduate of William and Mary where he earned a BA in government. He lives in Williamsburg with his wife, Pamela, who works at the College of William and Mary. They have two daughters, Taylor Anne and Hawley.