Delegate Charniele Herring (D-Alexandria)
- 46: City of Alexandria (part) [map]
- Took Office
- January 2009
- Next Election
- November 2015
- Counties, Cities and Towns, Courts of Justice
- Copatroning Habits
- 71% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 64% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 52% of them are Democrats.
- Tag Cloud
- Bills Passed
- 20% in 2013
- Campaign Contributions
- $63,501.76 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
An attorney and government contractor, Del. Herring was elected in a special election after Del. Brian Moran stepped down from the seat to run for governor. She earned a BA in Economics from George Mason University and a JD from Catholic University
|Ticer for Virginia Senate||Candidate Committee||Alexandria||$2,500|
|Virginia AFL-CIO||Labor Union||Richmond||$1,000|
|Emily McCoy||Systems Engineer||Alexandria||$1,000|
|Northern Virginia Realtors PAC||PAC||Fairfax||$750|
|Charles R. Chambers||Non-profit Executive||Alexandria||$500|
|Derek M. Hardwick||Lobbyist||Alexandria||$350|
|Edward Semonian||Clerk of Circuit Court||Alexandria||$250|
|Barbara Rowan Gossett||Attorney||Alexandria||$250|
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These are all of the video clips of Charniele Herring’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 52 video clips in all.
- HB598: Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance.
- HB599: Psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS to develop plan for registry.
- HB600: Condominium Act; conversion condominiums, special provisions.
- HB601: Absentee voting; allows qualified voters to vote absentee in person without an excuse.
- HB669: Absentee ballots; date requirement.
- HB670: Absentee ballots; requirements of voter.
- HB671: Writ of actual innocence; petitions, bail hearings.
- HB678: Income tax; tax credit for small businesses hiring graduates of Virginia's public colleges.
- HB682: Central registry of records; extends time records must be kept by Department of Social Services.
- HB683: Investigation of alleged child abuse and neglect; agreements with school divisions.
- HB912: Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW); Workforce Development Pilot Program, report.
- HJ76: Mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard program; report.
- HJ77: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
- HJ78: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
- HJ235: Commending Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
- HB191: Small businesses; tax credit for those hiring graduates of Virginia's colleges and universities.
- HB1303: Small businesses; tax credit for hiring graduates of Virginia's public colleges and universities.
- HB1918: Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; attorney fees.
- HB1919: Writ of actual innocence; joint motion for petitions.
- HB1920: Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance.
- HB1921: Absentee voting; declared state of emergency.
- HB1922: Early voting; any registered voter qualified to vote in election may vote in person.
- HB2056: Counterfeit cigarettes; penalties.
- HB2120: Physician, licensed, etc.; may perform procedure for physical evidence recovery kit examination.
- HB2121: Law-enforcement officers; grounds for decertification, DCJS authorized to waive requirements.
- HB2122: Incapacitated persons; photographs, x-rays, etc., may be taken as part of medical evaluation, etc.
- HB2187: Spousal support; termination upon cohabitation.
- HJ535: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
- HJ669: Renewable energy; Commission on Electric Utility Regulation to study portfolio standard program.
- HJ838: Celebrating the life of Agnes Wolf.
- HB191: Small businesses; tax credit for those hiring graduates of Virginia's colleges.
- HB1093: Garnishment; garnishee shall pay money on behalf of judgment debtor directly to judgment creditor.
- HB1094: Personal jurisdiction; expands long-arm statute, acknowledging parentage.
- HB1095: Qualified domestic relations order; enforcement of support.
- HB1096: Attorney fees; awarding of fees to be reasonable in juvenile and domestic relations district courts.
- HB1097: Judicial retirement; increases mandatory retirement age to 72.
- HB1098: Civil rights; automatically restored to certain persons for eligibilty to register to vote.
- HB1099: Employment discrimination; expands circumstances creating an individual cause of action.
- HB1100: Virginia Housing Trust Fund Authority; created, report.
- HB1198: Circuit court hearing; termination of juvenile court jurisdiction.
- HB1199: Administrative Process Act; right to counsel in rule-making proceedings.
- HJ27: Mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard program; Commission to study establishment for State.
- HJ146: High capacity transit; Transportation Board to make priority for funding by State.
- HJ147: Expedited partner therapy; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options for implementing.
- HJ361: Commending Stacy Hoeflich.
- HR613: Commending the Honorable Donald M. Haddock, Sr.
- HB453: Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer.
- HB464: Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established.
- HB1496: Providing alcohol to an underage person; person who purchases is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
- HB1497: Judicial retirement; mandatory retirement.
- HB2083: Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted disease.
- HB2084: Rapid re-housing pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish.
- HB2085: Guardianship; child custody.
- HB2086: Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established.
- HB2087: Workers' compensation; adds methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus to infectious disease list.
- HB2088: Absentee voting; expands provisions on late in-person voting in business and medical emergencies.
- HB2089: Emergency protective orders; law-enforcement officer may serve notice.
- HB2090: Emergency custody orders; increases hours in which orders must be executed after its issuance.
- HB2091: Uniform Statewide Building Code; air conditioning in certain residential buildings.
- HB2092: Death sentence; removes some circumstances which circuit courts are required to set execution dates.
- HB2436: Abortion coverage; offering through health benefits exchange.
- HB2437: Bail bondsmen; regulation.
- HB2438: Criminal cases; delayed appeal.
- HJ543: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
- HJ661: Celebrating the life of Joseph J. Moraski.
- HJ706: Celebrating the life of Donna Rose Feldman Bergheim.
- HJ761: Celebrating the life of Susan Lowell Butler.
- HB25: Greenhouse gas emissions; Statewide Transportation Plan to include quantifiable measures and goals.
- HB451: Rental assistance pilot project; established, report.
- HB452: Limited service pregnancy centers; Department of Health to promulgate regulations for registration.
- HB453: Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer.
- HB454: Human Rights Council; expands protection for employees for discrimination by certain employers.
- HB455: Discrimination by public employers; based on genetic characteristics prohibited.
- HB456: Preliminary hearing; admissibility of certificates of analysis at trial.
- HB457: Tax information; disclosure of to Executive Director of Northern Virginia Transportation Commission.
- HB458: Attorney-issued summons; protective orders.
- HB459: Pedestrians and drivers; sets out responsibilities at marked and unmarked crosswalks.
- HB460: Minority Business Enterprise; changes name to Supplier Diversity & Procurement Advocacy.
- HB461: Photo-monitoring systems; operator may enter into agreement with DMV to obtain vehicle information.
- HB463: Hospital emergency departments; required to develop and maintain electronic health records.
- HB464: Respite Care Registry and Fund; Department for Aging to establish.
- HB465: Jury verdict; allows court to amend pleadings to conform to amount awarded.
- HJ210: Commending the League of Women Voters of Virginia on the occasion of the 90th anniversary.
- HJ485: Commending the Alexandria Commission for Women.