Delegate David Poisson (D-Sterling)

Photo of David Poisson
Party
Democratic
District
32: County of Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Left Office
January 2010
Website
delegatepoisson.com
Copatroning Habits
67% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 85% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 57% of them are Democrats.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Leesburg Today: Former Campaign Staffer Seeks Algonkian District Board Seat

October 29, 2014
Andrew D. Resnick, who worked on General Assembly campaigns in the county for former Del. David Poisson and Attorney General Mark Herring, seeks the Democratic nomination for the Algonkian District seat held by Republican Supervisor Suzanne Volpe.Democrat announces plans to challenge Volpe in 2015Loudoun Times-Mirrorall 2 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of David Poisson’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 2 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1590: Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit.
  • HB1602: School divisions, local; must employ one teacher who has board certification as behavior analyst.
  • HB1603: Schools, middle and secondary; requires local school boards to establish uniform grading policy.
  • HB1606: Grant program; modifies eligibility for certain individuals at a two-year higher ed. institution.
  • HB1607: Voter registration, online; applicants who have driver's license, etc. issued by DMV eligible.
  • HB1608: Higher educational institutions; automatic acceptance of certain students applying for admission.
  • HB1638: College Scholarship Assistance Program; out-of-state student surcharge to be collected.
  • HB1673: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes certain deputy sheriffs under coverage.
  • HB1686: State Lottery; privatization of administration of lottery, report.
  • HB1705: Community net metering; requires State Corporation Commission to establish.
  • HB2438: Electronic reforms; various amendments to Title 24.2 that authorize State Board of Elections.
  • HB2439: Income tax, state; honorably discharged veteran job creation tax credit.
  • HB2440: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores.
  • HB2585: Capital murder; adds uncompensated auxiliary police officers, etc. to definition of law-enforcement.
  • HJ245: Constitutional amendment; supervision of schools by local government & administrative officer.
  • HJ626: Motor fuel tax; joint subcommittee to study replacement with mileage-based fee.
  • HJ627: Children's life jacket requirements; Game & Inland Fisheries to consult boating community regarding.
  • HJ634: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly may provide by law school boards responsibility.
  • HJ945: Celebrating the life of John B. Patton, Jr.
  • HJ949: Commending Broad Run High School on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • HJ950: Commending the Broad Run High School girls' soccer team.
  • HJ951: Commending the Stone Bridge High School cheerleading team.
  • HJ952: Commending the Broad Run High School football team.
  • HJ953: Commending John Brewer.
  • HB61: Special license plates for immediate family members of persons who have died in military service to
  • HB99: Ballots; identification of political party of candidate on form.
  • HB100: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; includes deputy sheriffs under coverage.
  • HB152: Governmental employees; permission to form associations.
  • HB153: Solar water heating system pay-as-you-save pilot program; SCC to analyze and establish, report.
  • HB164: Buildings, state-owned and occupied; use of compact fluorescent light bulbs, report.
  • HB165: Higher educational institutions; automatic admission to certain students.
  • HB292: State Lottery; privatization of administration of the lottery, report.
  • HB293: Vehicle weight limit enforcement; county enforcement on highways within its boundaries.
  • HB611: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores, report.
  • HB612: Income tax, state; toll payment tax credit.
  • HB613: Teachers; must be licensed to teach in public schools.
  • HB614: Charter school, public; definition.
  • HB1250: Personal flotation devices; requirements for children.
  • HJ43: Higher educational institutions, online; Council of Higher Education to study establishment thereof.
  • HJ99: Colleges and universities; joint subcommittee to study merits of operating in State year-round.
  • HJ100: Hospitality-related services & functions; Dept. of Conservation & Recreation to study privatization.
  • HJ245: Constitutional amendment; supervision of schools by local government & administrative officer.
  • HJ367: Commending the Stone Bridge High School football team.
  • HJ386: Celebrating the life of Alex John Keepers.
  • HJ392: Commending Judith Hines.
  • HJ399: Commending Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative on the occasion of its 25th anniversary.
  • HJ415: Commending Joe Fleming.
  • HJ427: Commending Patricia Herr.
  • HJ458: Celebrating the life of Clara Johnson Pollard.
  • HJ528: Commending Sarasi Jayaratne.
  • HB1630: Nursing facility or extended care services; extends sunset provision therefor.
  • HB1803: Income tax, state; tax credit for taxpayers making electronic toll collection payments.
  • HB1804: Solar Water Heating System Pay-as-You-Save Pilot Program; created, report.
  • HB1805: Higher educational institutions; preference for State domiciles.
  • HB1806: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: VIRGINIA RECYCLES.
  • HB1807: VDOT; prohibited from closing/impeding ingress or egress to certain highways in Loudoun County.
  • HB1808: Motorcycles; driving two abreast in single lane.
  • HB1809: Clean alternative fuel or hybrid passenger-type vehicles; DGS to purchase for state use.
  • HB2151: School administrators; revises qualifications for licensure thereof.
  • HB3145: Tuition, in-state; waiver thereof for children and spouses of veterans, foreign students, etc.
  • HJ594: Online public institution of higher education; Council of Higher Education to study feasibility of.
  • HJ604: Commending the Virginia Society of Association Executives and its member associations.
  • HJ964: Commending the Virginia Society of Association Executives and its member associations.
  • HJ965: Commending Shannon Groves.
  • HB269: Alternative fuel or hybrid passenger-type vehicles; State to purchase for centralized fleet.
  • HB270: Income tax, state; provides tax credit for electronic toll payment.
  • HB271: Sex offenders; electronic notification of registration to certain entities.
  • HB272: Higher education; pilot program for geographical equity in admissions to institutions.
  • HB273: Teachers; increase in salaries for those in critical shortage areas.
  • HB274: School administrators; licensure not required by Board of Education.
  • HB275: Teacher internship program; Board of Education to implement for training under experienced teachers.
  • HB997: Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission; changes sunset date.
  • HB5051: Income tax, state; provides a tax credit for taxpayers making electronic toll collection payments.
  • HB5052: Highways; VDOT prohibited from closing or impeding access to certain roads in Loudoun County.
  • HJ451: Commending Mickey R. Thompson.
  • HJ452: Commending Elizabeth Korte.