Delegate Bob Purkey (R-Virginia Beach)

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Party
Republican
District
82: City of Virginia Beach (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1986
Left Office
January 2014
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 76% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Campaign Contributions
$13,942.47 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Hampton Roads Realtors Political Action Committee Real Estate Chesapeake $750
Sprint Nextel Telecommunications AZ $500
Nimmo Republican Women's Club Political Club Virginia Beach $250

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Recent Mentions in the Media

The Virginian-Pilot: Beach Del. Purkey won't seek re-election to legislature

April 6, 2013
Beach Del. Purkey won't seek re-election to legislatureAs we first reported on Twitter Friday evening, Republican legislative sources told an announcement from longtime Virginia Beach Republican Del. Bob Purkey confirming he won't seek re-election was imminent. Messages left for Purkey ...and more »

The Virginian-Pilot: Dressed to bill: Beach delegate is dapper in sea of gray

March 7, 2014
No seniority. And the state legislature absolutely thrives on seniority. Enter former Virginia Beach City Councilman Bill DeSteph, who last fall was elected to replace longtime House member Del. Bob Purkey. He found a way to attract attention without ...

Bleeding Yankee Blue (blog): Whitey Ford: An Appreciation; October 7 Anniversaries

October 7, 2014
October 7, 1950: Game 4 of the World Series. Rookie lefthander Eddie Ford, with 9th inning help from Allie Reynolds, beats the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2, as the Yankees complete the sweep. Coleman wins the Babe Ruth Award as the Series Most Valuable ...and more »

The Virginian-Pilot: Del. Bob Purkey retains seat in Virginia's 82nd District

November 4, 2009
Del. Bob Purkey retains seat in Virginia's 82nd DistrictVoters of the 82nd District are sending Republican incumbent Harry R. "Bob" Purkey back for a 13th term. Purkey celebrated his victory at a festive party at the Crowne Plaza on Tuesday night. He ran on the. promises of creating more private-sector jobs ...

Richmond Times Dispatch: Suffolk delegate to head House Appropriations panel

December 5, 2013
R. Lee Ware, R-Powhatan, will become chairman of the House Finance Committee, which handles all tax legislation, replacing Del. Harry R. ?Bob? Purkey, R-Virginia Beach, who is retiring. Two influential committee posts were opened by the GOP primary ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Bob Purkey’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 126 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • HB514: Tax credits; beginning Jan. 1, 2012, for direct costs to comply with excessive state regulations.
  • HB517: Income tax, state; creates deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums.
  • HB518: Income tax, state; deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums for certain people.
  • HB1265: Mechanics' lien' notice; claimant must send to property owner 30 days before filing.
  • HB1334: Virginia ports; change in ownership.
  • HB1436: Mechanics' lien notice; claimant must send to property owner 30 days before filing.
  • HB1437: Intangible personal property tax; classification of certain machinery and tools.
  • HB1438: Motor fuels tax; indexed.
  • HB1824: Virginia port volume; increase tax credit to certain entities, clarifies definitions.
  • HB2113: Virginia Business Trust Act; modifies provisions.
  • HB2150: Tax code, state; advances conformity with Internal Revenue Code.
  • HB2166: Campaign finance; investment of campaign committee funds.
  • HB2167: Income tax, state; deductions for prepaid funeral, medical, and dental insurance premiums.
  • HJ549: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ689: Medical doctors; Joint Commission on Health Care to study current and impending shortage in State.
  • HJ690: Gasoline; Congress of United States urged to repeal federal ethanol mandates.
  • HR119: Commending William Lee Owen.
  • HB510: Virginia ports; change in ownership.
  • HB511: VRS; calculation for pension fund liabilities and assumed rate of return on its investments.
  • HB512: Intangible personal property tax; classification of certain machinery and tools.
  • HB513: Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset dates for limited exemption periods for certain products.
  • HB514: Tax credits; for costs to comply with excessive state regulations.
  • HB515: Campaign finance; authorizes investment of campaign committee funds.
  • HB516: Income tax, state; advances conformity with federal law.
  • HB517: Income tax, state; creates deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums.
  • HB518: Income tax, state; deductions for life, medical, and dental insurance premiums for certain people.
  • HB519: Corporations and other business entities; conversion and termination.
  • HB1240: Certificate of public need; establishing psychiatric service and addition of inpatient beds.
  • HB1241: Motor fuels tax; required to be indexed starting on January 1, 2014.
  • HB1265: Mechanics' lien' notice; claimant must send to property owner 30 days before filing.
  • HJ84: Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage in State.
  • HJ85: Income tax credits, partnerships, etc.; House & Senate to study multiplier effects of various types.
  • HJ86: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ343: Commending Joey Layton.
  • HR590: Commending the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad.
  • HR591: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School boys' swim and dive team.
  • HR592: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School gymnastics team.
  • HB122: Conflict of interests; prohibited conduct for certain officers and employees of state government.
  • HB123: Virginia Nanotechnology Authority Act; created, report.
  • HB607: Technology, Nanotechnology, and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created.
  • HB1635: Virginia ports; requires approval of both Governor & General Assembly before change in ownership.
  • HB1636: Intangible personal property tax; classification of certain machinery and tools.
  • HB1637: Open container of alcohol; passenger in motor vehicle shall not possess, civil penalty.
  • HB1638: Commercial and industrial sales and use tax; extends sunset date for certain machinery, etc.
  • HB1639: Virginia Nanotechnology Authority; created, report.
  • HB1653: Motor fuels tax; imposes additional tax in certain transportation districts, referendum.
  • HB1654: Motor fuels tax rate; adjusted by motor fuel price index.
  • HB1655: Retirement System; early retirement for certain employees.
  • HB1656: Menhaden fishing; prohibited in waters adjacent to certain localities.
  • HB1657: Retirement System; calculation of pension fund liabilities & assumed rate of return on investments.
  • HB1658: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; public entities shall provide notice of receipt, etc.
  • HB1874: State's tax code; advances conformity with federal law.
  • HB1875: Income tax, state; extends sunset date for rent reduction tax credit.
  • HB2385: Income tax, state; barge and rail usage tax credit.
  • HB2531: Income tax, corporate; Virginia port volume increase tax credit.
  • HJ573: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ574: Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current & impending severe shortage thereof in State.
  • HJ876: Celebrating the life of Dr. Robert John Robertson, Jr.
  • HJ935: Commending Frank W. Cox High School on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HB115: Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act; sewer laterals.
  • HB116: Mail order pharmacy; insurer not limited to a single provider for services.
  • HB117: Continuing care retirement community board of directors; resident representation.
  • HB118: Retirement System; disability retirement for local employees.
  • HB119: Income tax, corporate; eliminates State tax for taxable years on and after January 1, 2010.
  • HB120: Local debt; locality's budget shall contain statement of current and proposed total debt.
  • HB121: Virginia ports; requires approval of Governor and General Assembly before any change in ownership.
  • HB122: Conflict of interests; prohibited conduct for certain officers and employees of state government.
  • HB123: Virginia Nanotechnology Authority Act; created.
  • HB124: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container in a motor vehicle.
  • HB125: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by State Board of Elections & Attorney General.
  • HB189: Immunizations; philosophical exemption.
  • HB607: Technology, Nanotechnology, and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created.
  • HB608: Contributions from certain attorneys; penalty.
  • HB609: Government Efficiency Review Commission; established.
  • HB610: Retirement System; defined contribution retirement plan for eligible members.
  • HB611: Budget Bill; Director of House Appropriations Committee estimate net change in number of employees.
  • HB612: Corporations; payment of annual registration fees.
  • HB613: Machinery and tools; classification as intangible personal property, exemption from local tax.
  • HB614: Income tax laws; conformity to Internal Revenue Code.
  • HB727: Retirement plan; any locality or school board may establish defined contribution plan.
  • HB1273: Governor; prohibited from holding an official leadership position in a national political party.
  • HJ27: Health care, indigent; Joint Commission on Health Care to study.
  • HJ28: Small businesses; joint subcommittee to study state laws and regulations that impede.
  • HJ29: Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage in State.
  • HJ30: Constitutional amendment; appointment of members of Board of Education (first reference).
  • HJ31: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ43: Constitutional amendments; Governor's term of office, appointment of members to Board of Education.
  • HJ91: Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; disposition of real estate used for government stores.
  • HJ92: College graduates; joint subcommittee to study ways to increase certain baccalaureate degrees.
  • HJ93: Federal stimulus; joint subcommittee to study impact of spending in State.
  • HJ222: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School girls' field hockey team.
  • HJ241: Commending the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
  • HJ321: Celebrating the life of Charles S. Kiley.
  • HJ380: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School wrestling team.
  • HB124: Machinery and tools taxation; exempts certified pollution control equipment and facilities.
  • HB362: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by Board of Elections and Attorney General.
  • HB364: Hospital-Emergency Treatment Reimbursement Fund; established.
  • HB1605: Certificate of public need; Commissioner of Health to accept & approve request to amend.
  • HB1614: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.
  • HB1674: Workers' Compensation; pharmacist filling a prescription to dispense therapeutically equivalent.
  • HB1737: Income tax, state; conforms State with Internal Revenue Code.
  • HB1738: Conflicts of interests; expands period for former legislator, employees, etc. may not lobby.
  • HB1739: Ports, state; requires approval of Governor & General Assembly before change in ownership.
  • HB1740: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act of 2006; unlawful to convert any contributed money to personal use.
  • HB2083: State employees; increases paid leave allowed for volunteer fire department & rescue squad services.
  • HB2084: Real and personal property taxes; exempts certain pollution control equipment & facilities.
  • HB2085: Government, local; budget shall contain statement of current & proposed total debt.
  • HB2086: Retail Franchise Act; replaces references to grants of franchises with sales of franchises.
  • HB2154: Retirement System; creates new defined contribution retirement plan for certain employees.
  • HB2545: Aquarium and Marine Science Center; adds to list of organizations to receive contributions.
  • HJ36: Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference).
  • HJ37: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ630: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ631: Constitutional amendments; Governor's term of office & appointment of members of Board of Education.
  • HJ658: Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage thereof.
  • HJ701: Government stores; ABC Board to study retail privatization thereof.
  • HJ833: Commending Meyera E. Oberndorf.
  • HJ920: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School girls' field hockey team.
  • HB27: Possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle; penalty.
  • HB74: Real estate tax; limitation on rates by localities.
  • HB95: Traffic infractions; deferral of proceedings.
  • HB96: Unemployment compensation; provides benefits based on service in employ of an Indian tribe.
  • HB97: Diploma, advanced technical; Board of Education to establish requirements therefor.
  • HB98: Medicaid; eligibility for young adults transitioning from foster care.
  • HB124: Machinery and tools taxation; exempts certified pollution control equipment and facilities.
  • HB125: Nanotechnology businesses; tax credit provided in form of equity or subordinated debt.
  • HB126: House Appropriations Committee; staff to report on total new state government positions created.
  • HB127: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for providing to an underaged person.
  • HB128: Retirement System; creating new defined contribution retirement plan.
  • HB129: Physicians; what constitutes medical practice.
  • HB166: Venture capital investments; creates program which makes investment return guarantees for certain.
  • HB361: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include towing & emergency road services in certain localities.
  • HB362: Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; materials provided by Board of Elections and Attorney General.
  • HB363: Escheat funds; requirement to report and remit to State Treasurer
  • HB364: Hospital-Emergency Treatment Reimbursement Fund; established.
  • HB909: Nanotechnology Authority Act of 2007; created, report.
  • HB910: Technology, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created.
  • HB911: Intangible personal property; classifies certain items thereas.
  • HB912: Income tax, state; conformity of system with Internal Revenue Code.
  • HB913: Arborists; regulation of titles.
  • HB914: Liability, fire, & motor vehicle insurance policies; establishes exceptions to prohibitions.
  • HB915: Credit Counseling Act; removes two factors that SCC is required to use when setting fees.
  • HB1120: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include compensation to dealers.
  • HJ35: Health care, indigent; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • HJ36: Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference).
  • HJ37: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ47: Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study current and impending severe shortage thereof.
  • HJ71: Small businesses; joint subcommittee to study procurement of health insurance.
  • HJ72: Seaports; joint subcommittee to study public-private partnership.
  • HJ115: Science and Engineering Graduates, Joint Subcommittee Studying Shortage of; continued.
  • HJ421: Celebrating the life of Samuel H. Rosenblatt.
  • HJ428: Commending Trantwood Elementary School.
  • HJ429: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School boys' volleyball team.
  • HJ430: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School athletic program.
  • HJ431: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School field hockey team.
  • HJ432: Commending the Frank W. Cox High School golf team.
  • HJ433: Commending Eugenia West Ferrell.
  • HJ434: Commending Saint Gregory the Great School.
  • HJ435: Commending Nancy Davenport.
  • HJ484: Commending the Virginia Port Authority.
  • HB75: Venture capital investments; creates program which makes investment return guarantees for certain.
  • HB159: Technology and Biotechnology Investment Act; created.
  • HB160: Motor vehicle keys; manufacturers to provide means to duplicate for certain models.
  • HB330: Credit card affinity agreement; annual reporting of revenue from institutions of higher education.
  • HB747: Parasail operators; localities by ordinance to regulate.
  • HB1184: Transportation Board; election of certain members by legislative appointing authorities.
  • HB1676: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container in motor vehicle.
  • HB1695: Business, professional and occupational license (BPOL) tax; motor fuels tax exemption.
  • HB1696: Internal Revenue Code; conforms State's system of taxation thereto.
  • HB1697: Venture capital investments; creates program which makes investment return guarantees for certain.
  • HB1732: Escheat funds; requirement to report and remit to State Treasurer.
  • HB1761: Income tax, state; worker retraining tax credit.
  • HB1762: Traffic light signal violation-enforcement program; localities may adopt ordinances therefor.
  • HB1763: Personal property tax; classification of waste haulers.
  • HB1764: Moist snuff; included in tobacco products tax definitions.
  • HB1937: Machinery and tools; classification and taxation for idle machinery and tools.
  • HB1938: Physicians; persons without degree knowingly representing themselves as such.
  • HB1939: Technology, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created.
  • HB1940: Transportation Trust Fund; designation of budget surplus.
  • HB1941: Retirement System; defined contribution retirement plan.
  • HB1942: Administrative Process Act; economic impact analysis of regulations to members of G.A., report.
  • HB1943: Comptroller; reporting other obligations of State, report.
  • HB1944: Medical practitioners; requires criminal history background checks therefor.
  • HB1945: Solid waste; disposal fee.
  • HB1946: House Appropriations Committee; to report new positions authorized by appropriation acts, report.
  • HB1947: Hospital-Emergency Treatment Reimbursement Fund; created, report.
  • HB2022: Nonprofit hospitals; must provide returns and information to Department of Taxation.
  • HB2023: Securities Act; exemptions.
  • HB2024: Securities Act; employment of registered agents.
  • HB2272: Employment Commission; electronic filing of employer's reports therewith.
  • HB2273: Deregulation, Virginia Commission on; created.
  • HB2274: Health care facilities; three year plan for repeal of certificate of public need program.
  • HB2275: Nanotechnology Authority Act of 2007; created, report.
  • HB2276: Certificate of public need; establishes a two part review for contested /uncontested applications.
  • HB2277: Certificates of public need; eliminates regional health planning agencies therefrom.
  • HB2666: Machinery and tools; classification as intangible personal property.
  • HB3055: Casualty, burglary and theft insurances; policies to include certain provisions.
  • HJ1: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ20: Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference).
  • HJ22: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office, & appointment of members to Board of Education.
  • HJ27: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ52: State agencies; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of consolidating or outsourcing.
  • HJ145: Constitutional Amendments; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference).
  • HJ568: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ569: Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference).
  • HJ570: Constitutional amendments; Governor's term of office & appt. of members to Board of Educ. (1st ref).
  • HJ571: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ572: Constitutional amendments; balance of executive and legislative branch powers (first reference).
  • HJ611: Science/technology ed. graduate programs at higher educational institutions; joint subcom. to study.
  • HJ612: Small businesses; joint subcommittee to study ability to obtain health insurance.
  • HJ613: Uninsured population; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • HJ643: Medical doctors; joint subcommittee to study how State should address severe shortage thereof.
  • HJ644: Indigent health care; JLARC to study.
  • HJ645: Health insurance; joint subcommittee to develop market-based model for State, report.
  • HJ646: K-12 education outreach; Dept. of Ed. to work with university, etc. to increase participation.
  • HJ647: Nanotechnology; Secretary of Technology, et al., to develop recommendations for networking.
  • HJ827: Commending Kaitlyn Hiltz.
  • HJ828: Commending Brian K. Matney.
  • HJ1005: Commending William S. Kiley.
  • HB7: Legislation; limiting introduction.
  • HB8: Alcoholic beverages; penalty for possession of open container in a motor vehicle.
  • HB24: Absentee ballot; assistance to persons voting, penalties.
  • HB64: Public Procurement Act; bids or proposals for transportation-related projects.
  • HB65: Unemployment Compensation, Commission on; repeals sunset provision.
  • HB66: Caregivers Grant Program; applicability to physically or mentally handicapped person.
  • HB75: Venture capital investments; funds and return guarantees, report.
  • HB107: Drug-free school zones; signage to be posted by all schools and institutions of higher education.
  • HB108: General fund appropriations; automatic reduction by Governor.
  • HB109: Photo-monitoring; allows certain counties and cities to establish systems.
  • HB159: Technology and Biotechnology Investment Act; created.
  • HB160: Motor vehicle keys; manufacturers to provide means to duplicate for certain models.
  • HB329: Technology, Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Investment Fund; created.
  • HB330: Credit card affinity agreement; annual reporting of revenue from institutions of higher education.
  • HB331: Constitutional officers & members of governing bodies; prohibition on accept. of certain gifts, etc.
  • HB476: Severance benefits to state and local officials; requires any provided shall be publicly announced.
  • HB745: Felonies; court may impose additional term for drug offense.
  • HB746: Condemnation; no state funds used for condemnation undertaken for economic development.
  • HB747: Parasail operators; localities by ordinance to regulate.
  • HB748: Spot blight abatement; condemnation.
  • HB1184: Transportation Board; election of certain members by legislative appointing authorities.
  • HB1233: Manufacturing Development Commission; created, report.
  • HB1429: Credit life insurance; interest on proceeds.
  • HB1500: Telephone records; fraudulent procurement, penalty.
  • HB5083: Commercial motor vehicles; fee on trucks hauling solid waste.
  • HB5090: Surplus funds; allocation for transportation purposes in various localities.
  • HJ1: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ20: Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference).
  • HJ22: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office, & appointment of members of Board of Education.
  • HJ27: Constitutional amendment; Governor's term of office (first reference).
  • HJ37: Uninsured population; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study.
  • HJ38: Commending Al-Anon on the occasion of its 55th anniversary.
  • HJ52: State agencies; joint subcommittee to study feasibility of consolidating or outsourcing.
  • HJ99: Voters; joint subcommittee to study methods of increasing turnout.
  • HJ145: Constitutional Amendment; Governor's and Board of Education's terms of office (first reference).
  • HJ225: Celebrating the life of Dr. Howard D. Kahn.
  • HJ226: Commending J. Peter Holland III.
  • HJ278: Commending the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad Basic Life Support Competition Team.
  • HJ433: Celebrating the life of Gregory R. Wright, Jr.
  • HR17: Commending Gail Gerringer Schenck.