Delegate Manoli Loupassi (R-Richmond)

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Party
Republican
District
68: Counties of Chesterfield (part) and Henrico (part); City of Richmond (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2008
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice
Age
47
Website
delegatemanoliloupassi.com
Copatroning Habits
63% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 68% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 62% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
17.6% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$186,574.33 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Bio

Practicing attorney specializing in criminal, traffic and DUI defense. Holds degrees from Washington and Lee and the T.C. Williams School of Law. The child of a Cretan immigrant and a former restauranteur. Former president of the Richmond City Council. Married with three children.

Top 10 Donors
Allen Allen Allen & Allen Law Firm Richmond $6,500
Dominion PAC Political Action Committee Richmond $2,000
Allen Allen Allen & Allen Law Firm Richmond $1,500
Manuel Loupassi Retired Richmond $1,000
Virginia Cable Political Action Committee Political Action Committee Richmond $1,000
Virginia BankPAC Political Action Committee Glen Allen $1,000
B. Lamar Ball CEO TX $500
Alpha Natural Resources Services LLC Coal Abingdon $500
Verizon Good Government Club of Virginia Political Action Committee Richmond $500
Reinhardt and Harper PLC Law Firm Richmond $500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

Loupassi pushing for open bids on Shockoe project | <b>Delegate</b> <b>...</b>

May 21, 2014
Del. G. Manoli Loupassi, R-Richmond, asked House Appropriations Committee Chairman S. Chris Jones, R-Suffolk, on Tuesday to amend the pending state budget to enforce a state law requiring competitive procurement on ...

GOLDMAN: <b>Del</b>. Loupassi&#39;s gutsy fight to save Richmond&#39;s <b>...</b>

May 21, 2014
Is Delegate Manoli Loupassi the new Hans Christian Anderson? But since he is a Republican, perhaps the right analogy is Mark Twain. The writer's short story The Stolen White Elephant is generally considered to be the ...

At last, a Republican speaks up on the Richmond baseball stadium <b>...</b>

May 21, 2014
Del. G. Manoli Loupassi, R-Richmond, asked House Appropriations Committee Chairman S. Chris Jones, R-Suffolk, on Tuesday to amend the pending state budget to enforce a state law requiring competitive procurement on ...

James River Maven: Will the Real <b>Manoli Loupassi</b> Please Stand

October 30, 2013
First, a few disclaimers: 1- I do not live in the 68th House of Delegates district, so Manoli Loupassi is not my delegate; 2- Mr. Loupassi is a Republican so it would have to be a strange combination of circumstances that would ...

Richmond Times-Dispatch | Loupassi proposes wider RMA role in <b>...</b>

October 24, 2013
A Richmond legislator is preparing legislation to equalize political representation on the Richmond Metropolitan Authority and rebrand the body as a regional transportation authority. Del. G. Manoli Loupassi, R-Richmond, has ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Chesterfield Observer (subscription): Reshaped Powhite authority weighs, dismisses toll hike

August 20, 2014
That changed earlier this year when legislation introduced by Delegate Manoli Loupassi (R-Richmond) passed the General Assembly and gave Chesterfield, Henrico and Richmond five seats apiece on the rebranded Richmond Metropolitan Transportation ...

Chesterfield Observer (subscription): Chesterfield appoints RMTA representatives

July 30, 2014
Delegate Manoli Loupassi (R-68th District) made several unsuccessful attempts to equalize the board by action of the General Assembly. His bill finally passed earlier this year, giving the three localities five seats apiece on the expanded RMTA. ?I'm ...

These are all of the video clips of Manoli Loupassi’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 114 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB56: Multi-jurisdiction grand juries; numerous changes to laws governing.
  • HB272: Judicial performance evaluation program; evaluation reports on justices and judges.
  • HB273: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; changes applicability, security deposits.
  • HB297: Mechanics' liens; good faith performance by unlicensed contractors.
  • HB298: Firearm possession; involuntary commitment and restoration of rights.
  • HB299: Judicial retirement system; weighted years of service factor.
  • HB300: Tattooing or body piercing; removes from elements of crime requirement that be done for hire, etc.
  • HB301: Business records; admissibility as evidence in any civil proceeding.
  • HB302: Injunctions; expedited review of final and interlocutory orders, opposition to petition for review.
  • HB303: Clerk of court; costs taxed.
  • HB597: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; renamed, composition of Board of Directors.
  • HB712: Treasury, Dept. of, Risk Management Division; liability coverage for certain pro bono attorneys.
  • HB848: Electric utility regulation; recovery of costs of new underground distribution facilities.
  • HB1054: High school diploma course and credit requirements; computer science.
  • HB1073: Criminal history record information; unauthorized dissemination, etc., civil action.
  • HB5007: Judges; authorization to fill certain judgeships and appropriation of funds to pay.
  • HJ43: Day of the Girl; designating as October, 11, 2014 and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ143: Judges; election in Court of Appeals, Circuit Court, General District Court, etc.
  • HJ154: Commending the Chesterfield County Health Department dental unit.
  • HJ155: Commending the Richmond Ambulance Authority.
  • HJ210: Commending CodeVA.
  • HJ231: Commending George J. McVey.
  • HJ260: Judge; election in circuit court.
  • HJ313: Celebrating the life of Joshua P. Darden, Jr.
  • HR41: Commending the Richmond Ambulance Authority.
  • HR74: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
  • HR75: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to Circuit Court judgeships.
  • HR76: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to General District Court judgeships.
  • HR77: Judges; nominating persons to be elected to Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.
  • HR97: Celebrating the life of Robert V. Hatcher, Jr.
  • HR102: Judge; nomination for election to circuit court.
  • HR507: Commending Boy Scouts of America Troop 840.
  • HR538: Celebrating the life of Phyllis Eason Galanti.
  • HB107: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers.
  • HB173: Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense.
  • HB992: Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member.
  • HB1254: Unemployment benefits; symphony orchestra performers.
  • HB1302: Tolling fees; prevents VDOT from charging monthly fees for payment program and its transponders.
  • HB1542: Online case management system; removal of defendant's name.
  • HB1544: Lawyers; client accounts.
  • HB1546: Service of process; makes several changes to how process is made on nonresidents, etc.
  • HB1551: Discovery rule; statute of limitations.
  • HB1552: Punitive damages; increases cap to reflect effect of inflation.
  • HB1553: Real property tax assessment; affordable housing.
  • HB1554: Risk management plans; insurance coverage for sheriffs or deputies, limitation on liability.
  • HB1732: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers.
  • HB1733: Workers' compensation; peer review of services rendered by physicians.
  • HB1734: Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; technical amendments.
  • HB1843: Cannabinoids, research chemicals, synthetic; penalties.
  • HB1845: Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Reward Fund; amount of reward.
  • HB1848: Reckless driving; using a handheld personal communications device, penalty.
  • HJ592: Celebrating the life of Benjamin Rice Lacy IV.
  • HJ593: Commending Robert M. Berry.
  • HJ594: Constitutional amendment; limit on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ595: Child sexual abuse, alleged; VSCC to study laws and policies governing investigation.
  • HJ637: Commending School of Professional and Continuing Studies at the University of Richmond.
  • HJ708: Celebrating the life of the Reverend Dr. Constantine Nicholas Dombalis.
  • HJ709: Celebrating the life of the Most Reverend Walter F. Sullivan.
  • HJ811: Commending Ralph R. White, Jr.
  • HJ812: Celebrating the life of Robert Hobson Patterson, Jr.
  • HJ823: Barbershop Harmony Week; designating as first full week in April 2013, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ848: Celebrating the life of Murray J. Janus.
  • HJ849: Celebrating the life of Charles Taft Peters, Jr.
  • HR83: Celebrating the life of Landon White Trigg.
  • HR122: Commending Chris Nalley.
  • HR152: Commending Stephanie Copeland.
  • HR215: Commending Crestwood Elementary School.
  • HB99: Leased vehicles' registration; DMV to obtain name of business, street address, etc. of lessees.
  • HB100: Lawyers; client accounts.
  • HB101: Rules of Evidence; adoption of amendments or additions of Rules by Supreme Court of Virginia, etc.
  • HB102: Injunctions; requirement for bond.
  • HB103: Consumer utility tax; exemption for public utilities, etc. on natural gas used to make electricity.
  • HB104: Divorce; failure to respond by defendant.
  • HB105: Machinery and equipment recyclable materials; tax credit for those used by certain manufacturers.
  • HB106: Driver's licenses; required to show street address of licensee's principal residence in State.
  • HB107: Richmond Metropolitan Authority; composition of Board of Directors, powers.
  • HB172: Hunting; knowingly trespassing while carrying a firearm, penalty.
  • HB173: Interpreters; cost shall be borne by non-English-speaking defendant if he is convicted of offense.
  • HB986: Cannabinoids, synthetic; amends provisions regarding criminalization.
  • HB987: Financial exploitation of incapacitated adults; penalties.
  • HB988: Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators.
  • HB991: Charter schools; school personnel need not be employees of local school board.
  • HB992: Assault and battery; Class 1 misdemeanor against a family or household member.
  • HB1254: Unemployment benefits; symphony orchestra performers.
  • HB1296: Huguenot Memorial Bridge; sets maximum speed limit on Bridge in City of Richmond.
  • HJ1: Celebrating the life of Patricia Roupas Sotos.
  • HJ13: Ignition interlock; State Crime Commission to study installation for DUI first offender, etc.
  • HJ14: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Lemuel Early DeBerry.
  • HJ15: Celebrating the life of A.B. Harrelson, M.D.
  • HJ16: Celebrating the life of Guy Milton Cheatham, Jr.
  • HJ26: Celebrating the life of Alice Clarke Lynch.
  • HJ179: Commending Lawrence G. Sprader.
  • HJ327: Commending Manchester Lodge No. 14, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons.
  • HJ408: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Thomas Nelson Nance.
  • HJ452: Celebrating the life of Edgar Clarence Eck, Jr.
  • HJ496: Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team on winning its eleventh consecutive VISAA.
  • HR1: Commending Dianne E. Pettitt.
  • HB2: Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit.
  • HB1229: Higher educational institutions; active duty military students may return without reapplying.
  • HB1403: Eluding police; vehicle driven shall be forfeited and sold by sheriff.
  • HB1405: Revocation of law license; petition for reinstatement of law license of members of General Assembly.
  • HB1406: Pretrial appeal by State attorney; ruling by juvenile & domestic relations district court, etc.
  • HB1416: Instructional spending; expenditures and reports.
  • HB1417: Abusive conduct or actions; penalty for engaging in or using.
  • HB1429: DUI Personal Responsibility Initiative Fund; created.
  • HB1436: Automatic dialing-announcing devices; debt collections.
  • HB1446: General district court; extends concurrent jurisdiction.
  • HB1453: Hearings in Supreme Court of Virginia; complaints filed by Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.
  • HB1479: Search warrant affidavit; public availability.
  • HB1605: Patient records; falsifying records with intent to defraud is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB1606: Incapacitated adults; abuse and neglect.
  • HB1607: Crimes against adults 60 years of age or older; increases criminal penalties.
  • HB2363: Multijurisdiction grand jury; investigate violation including insurance fraud.
  • HB2454: Medical Fraud Control Unit; authorizes Attorney General to appoint investigators.
  • HJ498: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses.
  • HJ499: Constitutional amendment; limits total on appropriations (first reference).
  • HJ504: Celebrating the life of Dalton Rotruck Duling.
  • HJ507: Celebrating the life of Lora McGlasson Robins.
  • HJ512: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month; designating as November 2011, and each succeeding year.
  • HJ517: Commending the Virginia Child Identification Program.
  • HJ541: Celebrating the life of Dorothy Irene Height.
  • HJ688: Celebrating the life of Mair Williams Conrad.
  • HJ689: Celebrating the life of John Howlett Woodfin.
  • HJ690: Celebrating the life of Frank P. Soden.
  • HJ691: Commending St. Catherine's School.
  • HJ692: Commending Gary Franke.
  • HJ703: Celebrating the life of James A. Eichner.
  • HJ795: Celebrating the life of Wilbur Coleman Allen.
  • HJ797: Celebrating the life of the Honorable James Bernard Wilkinson.
  • HJ812: Commending the James River High School boys' volleyball team.
  • HJ830: Celebrating the life of Joseph Glenwood Baker.
  • HJ896: Celebrating the life of Former Delegate FitzGerald Bemiss.
  • HJ981: Commending Union Cycliste Internationale.
  • HB1: Electronic mail, unsolicited commercial; narrows scope of spam statute, penalty.
  • HB2: Income tax, state; small business investment tax credit.
  • HB5: Claims; Victor Anthony Burnette.
  • HB95: Secondary highway system; requirements for taking new streets into system.
  • HB96: Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually.
  • HB97: Driver's license, restricted; issuance to out-of-state drivers.
  • HB98: Learner's permit, restricted; DMV to issue to certain persons 25 years of age or older.
  • HB99: Appeal bonds; adds unlawful detainer cases to list of actions for which an indigent must post bond.
  • HB100: Assault and battery; penalty when against magistrate.
  • HB101: General registrar; power to request information to determine applicant's qualification to vote, etc.
  • HB102: Petit larceny; allows court to defer and dismiss first-offense charge.
  • HB103: Fair Housing Law; removes exemption of private individuals who sell or rent by owner, etc.
  • HB104: Elections; increases duration of time between filing deadlines and November elections.
  • HB105: Appeals; court may impose additional requirements to security posted.
  • HB603: Workers' Compensation Commission; notices, orders, etc., by electronic communications.
  • HB1210: Judges; allowed to carry a concealed handgun without a permit at all times.
  • HB1229: Higher educational institutions; active duty military students may return without reapplying.
  • HB1324: ABC; consumption of lawfully acquired wine at certain licensed establishments.
  • HJ1: Celebrating the life of Al Rosenbaum.
  • HJ26: Constitutional amendment; limits total appropriations in a year to preceding year's total.
  • HJ154: Mental health courts; Crime Commission to study costs and benefits of establishing courts.
  • HJ248: Commending Captain Jabari B. Craddock.
  • HJ249: Celebrating the life of Alexander Lebenstein.
  • HJ250: Celebrating the life of Carl Joseph Koenig, Sr.
  • HJ353: Commending Millard D. Stith, Jr.
  • HR30: Commending Lt. Robert C. Marland.
  • HB878: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB1427: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SHAG DANCE CLUBS OF VIRGINIA.
  • HB1796: Unsolicited bulk electronic mail; penalty.
  • HB1797: Unsolicited bulk electronic mail (spam); penalty.
  • HB1798: Rental agreement; early termination by military personnel.
  • HB1799: The Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act; established.
  • HB1800: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB1801: Conservators of peace, special; those employed by locality authorized to use flashing blue lights.
  • HB1802: Behavioral health authority; allows member of local government to member of board of directors.
  • HB1803: Retail Sales and Use Tax; revenues generated on premises of new stadium to be used to pay bonds.
  • HB1804: Judges and justices; General Assembly to approve those retired for recall as substitutes.
  • HB1805: Ignition interlock; operation of motor vehicle without, penalty.
  • HB1806: Disorderly conduct; conduct punishable thereas.
  • HB1807: Marijuana; illegal to transport into State unless authorized under Drug Control Act, penalty.
  • HB2623: Multijurisdiction grand jury; jurisdiction to include investigation of trademark infringement.
  • HJ122: Constitutional amendment; localities computation of real estate taxes (first reference).
  • HJ622: Celebrating the life of Dr. Charles Lewis Baird, Jr.
  • HJ662: Commending William H. Baxter.
  • HJ789: Constitutional amendment; limits appropriations in fiscal year to preceding year's (1st reference).
  • HJ790: Inspector general, office of; joint subcommittee study need to establish to investigate fraud, etc.
  • HJ843: Commending the Virginia Council for Private Education on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
  • HJ921: Commending Saint Bridget Catholic Church on the occasion of its 60th anniversary.
  • HJ958: Commending the St. Christopher's School wrestling team.
  • HB875: Handbills, etc.; distribution in Spotsylvania County and City of Richmond.
  • HB876: DUI Court; establishing in City of Colonial Heights and Chesterfield County.
  • HB877: Community development authority board; City of Richmond appoint seven members.
  • HB878: School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, report.
  • HB879: Affordable dwelling unit ordinances; may establish requirement that prices for resale be controlled.
  • HB880: Incarceration; waiving interest during period thereof.
  • HB881: Employment Commission; authorizes final orders to be recorded and satisfied as orders.
  • HB882: Administrative orders; collection of interest.
  • HB1427: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SHAG DANCE CLUBS OF VIRGINIA.
  • HB1502: Alcoholic beverage control; canal boat operator license created.
  • HB1503: Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties.
  • HJ122: Constitutional amendment; localities computation of real estate taxes (first reference).
  • HJ250: Celebrating the life of Frank Randall Marrs.
  • HJ300: Celebrating the life of Joseph C. Carter, Jr.
  • HJ301: Celebrating the life of Philip Bagley III.
  • HJ310: Celebrating the life of Mildred Callahan Jones.
  • HJ6051: Commending the James River High School baseball team.
  • HR37: Celebrating the life of Georgina Marraccini Rawles.