Delegate Al Eisenberg (D-Arlington)

Photo of Al Eisenberg
Party
Democratic
District
47: County of Arlington (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Left Office
January 2010
Website
aleisenberg.com
Copatroning Habits
80% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 86% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 60% of them are Democrats.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginia Connection Newspapers: Seven in the Eighth: Epic Democratic Primary Heads Toward Final Days

May 30, 2014
PATRICK HOPE has been a member of the House of Delegates since 2010, when he was first elected to fill the seat vacated by former Del. Al Eisenberg (D-47). After he arrived in Richmond, Hope founded the Virginia Progressive Caucus. As a lobbyist with ...and more »

Bloomberg: Clinton's Unlikely Money Man Invests Adulthood in Her Bid

January 21, 2014
Clinton's Unlikely Money Man Invests Adulthood in Her BidParkhomenko's first exposure to Clinton was in elementary school, when the first lady visited as a guest of his classmate's father, Al Eisenberg, then an Arlington County board member. He doesn't remember anything in particular the ... In April 2008 ...and more »

ARL now: Arlington Native Helms 'Ready for Hillary' in Rosslyn

December 25, 2013
Arlington Native Helms 'Ready for Hillary' in RosslynGrowing up in Arlington, Parkhomenko, now 28, said it was impossible not to get involved in politics ?since there's an election every year.? He was best friends with the son of former Del. Al Eisenberg (D-47) and, when he was 23 and had worked in ...

Greater Greater Washington: Arlington Democrats to select delegate on June 9th

May 28, 2009
After serving since 2004, Delegate Al Eisenberg is retiring. Thanks to Mr. Eisenberg for representing my district these past five years in Richmond. His staff was responsive to my questions and concerns during legislative sessions, and for the most ...

The George Washington University The GW Hatchet: Virginia congress passes suicide law, lobbyist cites Nott, GW

March 22, 2007
Virginia Delegate Al Eisenberg (D-Arlington) said he decided the law was necessary after reading about the number of college students who commit suicide each year. "I was appalled by certain colleges that thought it was reasonable to expel these kids ...

These are all of the video clips of Al Eisenberg’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 1 video clips in all.

Index

Bills

  • HB310: Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee.
  • HB2482: Prescription donation; clarifies hospital and clinic may redispense donation medication to indigent.
  • HB2483: Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibit presence of minors in all indoor restaurants and bar, etc., in State.
  • HB306: Animal control officers; training.
  • HB307: Crime victims and witnesses; immigration status.
  • HB308: License plates, special; eliminates fee to family of persons who have died in military service.
  • HB309: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee without providing a reason.
  • HB310: Absentee voting; persons with a disability or illness may vote absentee.
  • HB606: Juvenile defendants; electronic recording of interrogations.
  • HB607: Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto.
  • HB608: Protective orders; possession of firearms.
  • HB609: Wireless telecommunications device; prohibits use of text messaging while driving certain vehicles.
  • HB610: Hate crimes; adds homeless persons to categories of acts.
  • HB1168: Temporary detention order; prohibits purchasing firearms if agrees to mental health treatment.
  • HB1473: Animal Identification System, National; Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services not to support.
  • HB1474: Citizenship Assistance Initiative Program; established.
  • HB1475: Central Criminal Records Exchange; clarifies orders for mental health treatment forwarded by court.
  • HJ65: Celebrating the life of William Littleton Winston.
  • HB1651: Minimum wage; increase per hour.
  • HB1693: Interrogations of juveniles; statements thereby to be electronically recorded.
  • HB1721: Home accessibility features for disabled; broadens current tax credit.
  • HB2083: Victims of domestic violence; post office box address to be shown on list of registered voters.
  • HB2084: Law-enforcement escorts; shall be considered emergency vehicles & exempt from obeying regulations.
  • HB2085: Petroleum Storage Tank Fund; reports submitted by professionally certified engineer, geologist, etc.
  • HB2086: Radio Frequency Identification Disclosure Act; created.
  • HB2987: Tobacco products; use thereof around foster care children .
  • HB3064: Suicidal students; higher educational institutions to develop policies to identify.
  • HB1158: Sick leave; local school boards to adopt policies for up to 12 weeks of leave without pay.
  • HB1159: High-speed pursuit; law-enforcement agency to adopt written policy on how to conduct.
  • HB1160: Income tax, corporate; insurance premiums tax & employer-provided commuting expenses tax credit.
  • HB1161: State employees; telecom. connectivity adds budget items heads of state agencies must include.
  • HB1162: Congregate Housing Services Pilot Program; created, reports.
  • HB1163: False license; unlawful sale thereof, penalty.
  • HB1164: Speed limits; reduces maximum on any public highway.
  • HB1165: Domestic violence victims; procedures to keep personal documents confidential.
  • HB1166: Registration lists and applications; victims of domestic violence may provide P.O. box address.
  • HB1167: Victims of domestic violence; use of alternative contact information by health care providers, etc.
  • HB1168: Pounds, shelters, and pet stores; State Veterinarian to inspect annually.
  • HB1169: Electronic recordings; statements made by juv. def. presumed inadmissible unless reliably recorded.
  • HB1466: Bus rapid transit operators; use of HOT lanes in Washington-Fredericksburg Corridor.
  • HB1583: Identity theft; protection of incapacitated people thereof.
  • HJ324: Commending Kate Waller Barrett Elementary School.
  • HJ429: Celebrating the life of Alison Yowell Pazmino.
  • HJ508: Commending Odell Roy Tolliver on being a fiddle legend.