William H. Fralin, Jr.

Salem District Member on the Commonwealth Transportation Board

William H. Fralin, Jr. was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 2004-2010. He represented the 17th District of Virginia, which encompasses portions of the Counties of Botetourt and Roanoke as well as a portion of the City of Roanoke. Delegate Fralin served on the Courts of Justice, Transportation, Education (chairing the Students and Daycare Subcommittee), Privileges and Elections Committees (chairing the Campaign Finance Subcommittee), and General Laws Committee.

In his six years in office he championed groundbreaking Internet Safety legislation and patroned 60 bills that passed the General Assembly. These measures will improve our ability to fight domestic violence; redevelop our inner cities; protect and create railroad jobs; provide incentives for energy efficient buildings; improve highway safety; protect our transportation funding; and, improve school safety and our judicial system.

He served as Chairman of the Virginia Commission on Youth, on the Joint Subcommittee to Study Virginia’s Future Transportation Needs, the Joint Subcommittee to Study the effectiveness of the Comprehensive Services for At Risk Youth and Families Program, the Interstate Transportation Compact Commission, the Virginia-North Carolina Interstate Toll Road Compact Commission, the Board of the Roanoke Higher Education Authority, the Virginia Recreational Facilities Board, and the Virginia Health Reform Initiative (VHRI) Advisory Council.

He currently serves the Commonwealth as the Salem District Member on the Commonwealth Transportation Board.