Delegate Johnny Joannou (D-Portsmouth)

Photo of Johnny Joannou
Party
Democratic
District
79: Cities of Norfolk (part) and Portsmouth (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1998
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Appropriations, Commerce and Labor, Privileges and Elections, Rules
Copatroning Habits
51% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 57% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 52% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
37.5% in 2013
Recent Mentions on Blogs

Red light for McAuliffe: Veto override looms | Say Anything

April 22, 2014
HB 1040, by Delegate Johnny Joannou, R-Portsmouth, grants drivers the right to contest $50 civil fines in circuit court within 10 days. Joe Bahen, an official with the National Motorists Association, said McAuliffe's veto ...

Pay-For-Play with Gov. McAuliffe - The Bull Elephant

April 17, 2014
The bill was introduced by Del. Johnny Joannou, a Democrat representing Portsmouth, and carried the support of co-patron Del. David Ramadan, a Republican representing parts of Loudoun and Prince William counties, ...

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April 12, 2014
Del. Johnny Joannou (joh-AN'-uh). Walter Kucharski (koo-CHAR'-skee) state auditor. Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (LASH'-kahr eh-TEYE'-bah). Daniel LeBlanc (leh-BLAHNK'), adviser to former Gov. Tim Kaine. Rom Lipcius (rom ...

Budget Conference Committee Members | The Arc of Virginia

February 28, 2014
Delegate R. Steven Landes, DelSLandes@house.virginia.gov, (804)698- 1025, Albemarle, Augusta, Rockingham ... Delegate Johnny Joannou, DelJJoannou@house.virginia.gov, (804) 698-1079, Norfolk Portsmouth ...

City Treasurer looks to fight Va. budget law | WAVY

February 22, 2014
The amendment was tacked on the proposed budget by Delegate Johnny Joannou, who represents Norfolk and Portsmouth. Joannou wants to outlaw city and county treasurers from collecting fines. He believes that job ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Roanoke Times: Virginia lawmakers resume stalemate

April 23, 2014
Washington PostJohnny Joannou, D-Portsmouth. It would have let people ticketed by red-light cameras appeal in circuit court. As for the budget, Del. Chris Jones, R-Suffolk, chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, renewed his call for the budget to be ...Red light for McAuliffe: Veto override loomsWatchdog.orgRed Light for Va. Gov. McAuliffe: Veto Override LoomsNewsmax.comall 89 news articles »

Richmond Times Dispatch: Little-known panel obstacle in health fight

April 9, 2014
Or as the House co-chairman of MIRC, Del. Steve Landes, R-Augusta, told Health and Human Resources Secretary Bill Hazel: ?Your interpretation of when ... Its House members want to kill a Medicaid-for-Obamacare option: Republicans Landes; Charles ...and more »

Insurance News Net (press release): Virginia General Assembly: No blinking seen in GOP caucus

March 30, 2014
Del. Monty Mason , D- Williamsburg , sees a different dynamic. While he thinks there may be as many as a dozen House Republicans who like the idea of expanding, that's well shy of the 18 GOP members plus Del. Johnny Joannou , D- Norfolk , who would ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Johnny Joannou’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 110 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1036: State Corporation Commission; availability of records.
  • HB1037: Medical reports as evidence; general district court.
  • HB1038: District courts and circuit courts; no civil matter shall be dismissed with prejudice, etc.
  • HB1039: Trial by jury in a civil case; demand, pleading.
  • HB1040: Traffic light signal photo-monitoring; use of system, appeals.
  • HB1041: Nonsuits; tolling.
  • HB1136: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; General Assembly approval of schedule of tolls and fees.
  • HJ334: Commending Elias Spellos.
  • HJ335: Celebrating the life of the Honorable William T. Parker.
  • HB1813: Bedford, City of, reversion; special election for certain council members.
  • HB1814: Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; Comprehensive agreements.
  • HB1815: Medical records or reports; method for introducing into evidence.
  • HB1817: State Corporation Commission; payments and dishonored payments.
  • HJ148: Turkey, Government of; General Assembly to encourage to grant certain right to Ecumenical Patriarch.
  • HJ173: Eastern Virginia Medical School; SCHEV to study merging with Old Dominion University.
  • HJ648: Commending Commander R. Malcolm Fortson III, USN (Ret.).
  • HJ892: Celebrating the life of Ramez Said Azoury, M.D.
  • HB1035: Eminent domain; definitions of lost access and lost profits, determining compensation.
  • HJ148: Turkey, Government of; General Assembly to encourage to grant certain right to Ecumenical Patriarch.
  • HJ173: Eastern Virginia Medical School; SCHEV to study merging with Old Dominion University.
  • HJ290: Commending the Reverend Dr. Constantine Rogakos.
  • HJ365: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Peter George Decker, Jr.
  • HR8: Commending the 2012 inductees into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
  • HR35: Encourage the Government of Turkey to grant certain rights to the Ecumenical Patriarch.
  • HR514: Commending the Portsmouth Christian School cheerleading squad.
  • HB2397: Insured persons; attorney employed by insurance company shall not represent person insured.
  • HB2398: Treasurer; collection of local taxes.
  • HJ693: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (first reference).
  • HJ694: Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum; recognizing its outstanding program.
  • HJ901: Commending Donald W. Comer, Jr.
  • HJ902: Commending the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HB1105: Business entities; statement of change of registered agent, etc., may be filed electronically.
  • HB1106: Insurance policy limits; allows personal representative of estate of decedent to request disclosure.
  • HJ115: Constitutional amendment; establishes limitations on taking of private property (first reference).
  • HJ148: Commending the Honorable Richard S. Bray.
  • HB921: Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs.
  • HB2431: Underinsured motorist insurance coverage; claim settled for amount exhausting policy limits.
  • HB2432: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Board for; regulation of lead-based paint renovation, etc.
  • HB2433: Eastern Virginia Medical School; alters manner in which Board of Visitors is appointed.
  • HB2652: Campaign contributions; limits thereon for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, etc.
  • HJ123: Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken.
  • HJ124: Constitutional amendment; provides that English is official language of State.
  • HJ728: Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken.
  • HJ729: Constitutional amendment; provides that English is official language of State.
  • HJ983: Celebrating the life of Nancy Bradford McCord.
  • HB916: Supreme Court; circuit court case management system changes to be approved by Executive Secretary.
  • HB917: Clerk's office; preservation of papers.
  • HB918: Corporations and professional limited liability companies; conforms provisions that govern mergers.
  • HB919: Underinsured motorist insurance coverage; establishes mechanism by which liability insurer pays.
  • HB920: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; prohibited conduct concerning certain transactions.
  • HB921: Jail construction, local; State will reimburse up to one-half of capital costs.
  • HJ117: Craney Island Dredged Materials Management Area; JLARC to study impact of greater elevations.
  • HJ123: Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken.
  • HJ124: Constitutional amendment; provides that English is official language of State.
  • HJ126: Ecumenical Patriarch; encouraging Government of Turkey to grant certain rights.
  • HJ141: Commending William H. Kline, Jr.
  • HR4: Personal rapid transit pilot program; Secretary of Transportation to consider City of Portsmouth.
  • HR33: Celebrating the life of Sam T. Barfield.
  • HB950: Attorney fees; clarifies where medical lien is asserted.
  • HB954: Political subdivisions; Auditor of Public Accounts to examine accounts, etc. when deems appropriate.
  • HB2785: Highway funds; additional allocation to certain port cities.
  • HB2786: Retail Franchising Act; requirement of SCC for franchise registration.
  • HB2787: License plates, special; issuance to members of U.S. Coast Guard.
  • HB2788: Lieu of posting bond; adds surety bonds, etc. from attorney's escrow account to type of payment.
  • HJ722: Constitutional amendment; prohibits taking of private property by eminent domain powers.
  • HJ738: Commending Arthur A. Kirk.
  • HB950: Attorney fees; clarifies where medical lien is asserted.
  • HB951: Sentencing guidelines; require approval of General Assembly for modifications.
  • HB952: Employee stock ownership plan; authorizes option plans.
  • HB953: Freedom of Information Act; definition of public body.
  • HB954: Political subdivisions; Auditor of Public Accounts to examine accounts, etc. when deems appropriate.
  • HB955: Eminent domain; religious corporations and unincorporated churches.
  • HB956: Eminent domain; definition of public uses.
  • HB957: Retirement System; clarifies vesting requirements of public safety officers.
  • HB958: Retirement System; specifies Dec. 31 as date to submit annual reports.
  • HJ215: Celebrating the life of the Very Reverend Father Charles Goumenis.
  • HJ216: Celebrating the life of George J. Georges.
  • HJ221: Commending Gus John James II.
  • HJ500: Commending Gus John James II.
  • HJ501: Commending Quinton Allen.
  • HR6: Attorneys, uninsured; Supreme Court of Va. & Va. State Bar to consider form of mandatory insurance.