Bill Carrico is a lifelong Virginian whose family dates back to the 1700s. He has dedicated his life to serving the people of his community and Virginia.
As a former member of the Virginia State Police, Bill protected and served the people of Virginia for nearly 20 years before being forced to retire after being seriously injured in the line of duty.
After Bill’s retirement from the State Police, he still felt the calling to serve the people of our commonwealth so in 2001 he ran for and won a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates. He served in that body until he was elected to the Virginia Senate in 2013.
During his years in the Virginia legislature, Bill was a champion for protecting our second amendment rights and our religious liberties. Bill also worked tirelessly for Virginias small businesses, earning an A rating for his work protecting Virginia’s businesses from the Virginia Chamber of Commerce 5 years in a row. Bill has consistently supported lower taxes and limited government and has been a leader in support for our law enforcement community.
Today, Bill continues to serve his community by standing up for our men and women in uniform and fighting for a secure future for all Virginians.
Bill and his wife, Paula have two children and live in Grayson county. His son Willie currently serves as a member of the Virginia State Police.