99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Representative Brandon Ellington
Brandon Ellington
District 022

Years Served:
Hometown:Kansas City
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 101-C
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Representative Brandon Ellington, a Democrat, represents part of Jackson County and Independence (District 22) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was first elected to the House in a special election in November 2011.

Rep. Ellington is a 1999 graduate of Paseo High School in Kansas City. He also attended Penn Valley University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Rep. Ellington is actively involved in the community by working with food pantries, starting neighborhood cleanup programs, mentorship programs, elderly assist programs, community outreach programs, and coaching youth in basketball. He is the cofounder of Voices of the People, We The People and serves as president of I Am My Brother’s Keeper. Also he is a member of G.Y.R.L.

Ellington is dedicated to being an advocate for the underprivileged and disenfranchised.

Rep. Ellington, who lives in Kansas City, was born on November 18, 1980.
Sponsored Bills
HB 503 - (0371H.01I)
Requires the Department of Public Safety to create a law enforcement identification numbering system to track complaints against officers from one agency to another agency
HB 504 - (0797H.01I)
Requires uniformed law enforcement officer to wear a video camera while on duty to record any interaction between a law enforcement officer and a member of the public
HB 505 - (0876H.01I)
Allows a victim or witness of a crime to be granted an automatic full order of protection if such victim or witness is fearful of his or her safety
HB 506 - (0863H.01I)
Establishes the Missouri Innocence Commission
HB 507 - (1113H.01I)
Modifies when a person may be eligible for parole if such person was under twenty-one years of age when the offense was committed and was sentenced after January 1, 1976
HB 508 - (0313H.01I)
Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of working inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration
HB 509 - (0337H.01I)
Allows school districts to create magnet schools and changes provisions regarding the powers of superintendents
HB 510 - (0368H.01I)
Requires a peace officer to obtain written consent prior to conducting a consensual search of a vehicle
HB 511 - (0870H.01I)
Allows the victim's family or next of kin to sign a notarized statement directing the funeral home to be a claimant and deal directly with the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
HB 512 - (0303H.01I)
Designates May 19 of each year as "El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Observation Day" in Missouri
HB 513 - (0307H.01I)
Designates May 19 as “Malcolm X Observation Day” in Missouri
HB 514 - (0312H.01I)
Establishes the Malcolm X Day Commission to organize activities and events in honor of the civil rights leader
HB 515 - (0332H.01I)
Specifies that students shall take a world history course in order to graduate from high school
HB 516 - (0760H.01I)
Increases the state minimum wage to $15 per hour
HB 517 - (0365H.01I)
Establishes the Missouri Supporting Families Income Tax Holiday Act, which allows an exemption from state withholding taxes for state employees in a specified month determined by the Department of Revenue
HB 518 - (0756H.01I)
Prohibits employers from discriminating in providing compensation based on gender for the same work
HB 519 - (0311H.02C)
Removes the statute of limitations for certain actions to recover damages regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child and allows prosecutions for child abuse to be commenced at any time.
HB 520 - (0316H.01I)
Requires election authorities to make available at least one electronic voting machine per polling location for blind or visually impaired voters at an election in order to comply with federal law
HB 521 - (0335H.01I)
Requires all food and food products sold in Missouri that are or contain genetically modified products to be labeled as such
HB 522 - (0872H.02I)
Establishes a pilot program in St. Louis City and in Kansas City to be known as the Intervention and Compliance Unit Pilot Program to address rising serious violent crime in the two cities
HB 523 - (0372H.02I)
Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax credit, deduction, or other exemption from tax that specified corporations are allowed to claim
HB 524 - (0860H.01I)
Establishes the Death with Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal illnesses to end their life in a humane and dignified manner
HB 525 - (0374H.01I)
Requires same-day service for driver's license issuance and renewal
HB 526 - (0398H.01I)
Establishes the Economic Development Grant Program whose funds are used to reopen closed manufacturing facilities
HB 527 - (0314H.01I)
Establishes the Customer Utility Protection Act
HB 528 - (0903H.01I)
Creates provisions relating to racial profiling, searches and seizures, and traffic stops from law enforcement
HB 562 - (0330H.02I)
Increases the time after a child's birth that the father has to file an action to establish paternity prior to an adoption or to file a notice with the Putative Father Registry
HB 613 - (0377H.01I)
Modifies provisions authorizing expungement of certain criminal records
HB 614 - (0761H.01I)
Requires any course on driver's education offered in public schools to include instruction concerning law enforcement procedures for traffic stops
HB 775 - (1569H.01I)
Requires the Department of Revenue to include in the Missouri Driver Guide educational material on vehicular stops and searches by law enforcement
HB 911 - (1880H.01I)
Changes certain laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity
HB 1226 - (2352H.01I)
Allows MO HealthNet participants with sickle cell disease who are 18 years of age or older to receive benefits
HJR 20 - (0405H.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment to require public approval in the relevant county before authorizing tax increment financing
HJR 21 - (0329H.02I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana for persons 21 years of age or older
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation