Senator Ken Cuccinelli (R-Fairfax)

Photo of Ken Cuccinelli
Party
Republican
District
37: Fairfax County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Left Office
January 2010
Website
cuccinelli.org
Copatroning Habits
59% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 61% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 50% of them are Republicans.
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Sen. Cuccinelli retired from his seat after he was elected to attorney general.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Bloomberg: How Mitch McConnell Can Become a 'National Hero,' According to Ken Cuccinelli

November 17, 2014
How Mitch McConnell Can Become a 'National Hero,' According to Ken CuccinelliThe president of the Senate Conservatives Fund over the weekend told supporters that the potential immigration standoff, and possible government shutdown, will be Senator Mitch McConnell's "chance to shine." In an e-mail blast to backers of the ...and more »

The Hill (blog): Cuccinelli: Maness has a better shot to beat Landrieu in La.

October 29, 2014
Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli said in an interview with The Hill that Republican Rob Maness is the better choice to defeat Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) than fellow Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.). ADVERTISEMENT. ?Rob Maness ...and more »

Washington Post (blog): Rand Paul's mistake: Courting Al Sharpton

November 24, 2014
Rand Paul's mistake: Courting Al SharptonAnd that raises the question: Why is Sen. Likewise, Hans von Spakovsky, a former Justice Department civil rights division lawyer, observes, ?It is disappointing to see Senator Rand Paul meeting with a race hustler like Al Sharpton, a self-promoting ...and more »

Daily Press: The Virginia Way, Part 8: Disclosure rules are lax, and reports are hard to find

November 22, 2014
When it comes to keeping an eye on ethics, Virginia legislators know who to rely on: themselves. They say they eke out a living in public service with a near-poverty-level salary ? but they get tens of thousands of dollars in allowances they don't ...

The Hill: Senator's near-upset key to future Virginia

November 20, 2014
Senator's near-upset key to future VirginiaRepublican Ed Gillespie's near-defeat of Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) on election night turned many heads just one year after the GOP suffered historic losses at the state ... Gillespie, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee, was a very ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Ken Cuccinelli’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 46 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB274: Involuntary commitment order; detainee may petition court to transfer to outpatient treatment.
  • SB275: Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment.
  • SB342: Toll facilities, state; purchaser thereof that is non-State entity to agree to open meetings.
  • SB585: Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website.
  • SB725: Grounds for divorce; minor children.
  • SB801: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: CHOOSE LIFE.
  • SB811: Elevator mechanics, certified; Board for Contractors shall extend time for compliance for certain.
  • SB812: Warrants, local; authorizes local governments to publish information relating thereto.
  • SB813: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include fabrication of animal meat.
  • SB822: Autopsy reports; release to mental health facilities.
  • SB823: Transportation of person under emergency custody, etc.; allowed to be transported by family member.
  • SB825: Involuntary commitment hearing; certain requirement for 3rd yr. law student to represent petitioner.
  • SB826: Federal write-in absentee ballots; witness requirement.
  • SB830: Advertising; allows local governing bodies to remove certain.
  • SB837: State Law Library; authorized users.
  • SB840: Outpatient treatment; allows court to order mandatory treatment following involuntary admission.
  • SB841: REAL ID Act and citizens' privacy; prohibits DMV, etc., from using any type of computer chip, etc.
  • SB842: Campaign finance; prohibited contributions from foreign nationals.
  • SB927: Death certificates; disclosure to grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
  • SB936: Auditor of Public Accounts; duties, standard vendor accounting information to include certain info.
  • SB937: Vehicle license plates; provides for display of one license plate on vehicles.
  • SB1330: Personnel Act; willfully disclosing personal information prohibited by law, guilty of malfeasance.
  • SB1331: Health benefits plans; insurers licensed to sell in any other state may sell to Virginia residents.
  • SB1332: Private entities; operating, managing, or supervising any portion of state highway system.
  • SB1333: Paramilitary activity; Class 5 felony to provide land, etc. knowing it's used for illegal activity.
  • SB1431: REAL ID Act of 2005; State will not comply with provision thereof that compromises economic privacy.
  • SB1432: Notification of family member; disclosure of information regarding patient's location and condition.
  • SB1433: Right to notify; consumer in mental health facility to have person of choice notified of condition.
  • SB1434: Chief Justice of Virginia Supreme Court; shall serve thereas for only two consecutive terms.
  • SB1528: Concealed handgun permits; completion of firearms training, etc., may be done electronically.
  • SB1547: Financial aid programs, state; persons who have successfully completed home school instruction, etc.
  • SB5001: Evidence, testimonial; criminal defendant right to demand testimony of preparer of certificate, etc.
  • SJ306: Constitutional amendment; supervision of schools by school boards (first reference).
  • SJ399: Federal budget, balanced; Congress urged to propose legislation requiring.
  • SJ462: Celebrating the life of First Lieutenant Thomas J. Brown.
  • SJ509: Celebrating the life of Nancy Bradford McCord.
  • SB75: Community services board; requires employee that prepared report to attend hearing.
  • SB76: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes to process and procedures.
  • SB77: Eminent domain; offer of repurchase to former owner.
  • SB78: Involuntary commitment; time frame for examination of person by independent examiner.
  • SB79: Independent examiner; records to be reviewed.
  • SB80: Involuntary commitment; electronic examination by independent examiner.
  • SB81: Emergency custody; who may accept custody.
  • SB82: Ballots; identification of political party of candidate on form.
  • SB83: Political candidate contribution tax credit; increases maximum amount.
  • SB84: License plates, special; issuance to U.S. Air Force retirees.
  • SB85: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • SB86: Involuntary commitment hearings; third-year law students may represent petitioner.
  • SB87: Retirement System; investments related to Sudan.
  • SB100: Protective orders; child custody and visitation.
  • SB101: Emergency custody order; renewal.
  • SB102: Three-tiered system of transportation; established.
  • SB103: Independent examiner's report; admissibility of written certification.
  • SB104: Outpatient treatment; community services board et al., to report any material noncompliance.
  • SB105: General Assembly and Congressional redistricting plans; new method for preparation.
  • SB106: Involuntary commitment; criteria for determining outpatient treatment.
  • SB107: State Law Library; authorized users.
  • SB108: Motor vehicle; forfeiture thereof for two offenses of driving without operator's license.
  • SB129: Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, and involuntary commitment; criteria.
  • SB274: Involuntary commitment order; detainee may petition court to transfer to outpatient treatment.
  • SB275: Inmates; emergency psychiatric treatment.
  • SB276: Psychiatric inpatient treatment of minors; timing of petition and hearing.
  • SB331: Custody and visitation cases; admissibility of mental health care records.
  • SB332: Concealed handgun permits; access to personal information of permittees.
  • SB333: Independent examiners; dismissal of involuntary commitment petitions.
  • SB334: Property tax bills; localities to include additional information.
  • SB335: Voluntary outpatient treatment; provides option therefor prior to commitment hearing.
  • SB336: Temporary detention order; encryption of medical records not required.
  • SB337: Courtroom proceedings; provides general & juvenile & domestic relations district courts may record.
  • SB338: Public funds; payment for membership to professional associations in certain instances prohibited.
  • SB339: Unemployment compensation; employee's inability to speak English at workplace is misconduct.
  • SB340: Hospitals and health care providers; reducing medical fraud.
  • SB341: Temporary detention order; time for hearing.
  • SB342: Toll facilities, state; purchaser thereof that is non-State entity to agree to open meetings.
  • SB343: Toll facilities, state; approval by local referendum of any contract that would transfer control.
  • SB515: Driver's license; fingerprinting person who drives without, impoundment of vehicle.
  • SB516: State & public employment; required eligibility verification documentation.
  • SB517: Contractors; shall not knowingly employ unauthorized alien.
  • SB585: Planning and Budget, Director of Department; required to have searchable budget database website.
  • SB636: Higher educational institutions; requesting complete student record from high school.
  • SB722: Human papillomavirus vaccine; removes requirement for girls to receive immunization.
  • SB724: Hampton Roads & Northern Virginia Transportation Authorities; repeal authority impose fees or taxes.
  • SB725: Grounds for divorce; minor children.
  • SB790: Candidates for office; repeals provision that provides method of making party nominations.
  • SB6001: Transportation funding; dedication of retail sales and use tax revenues to the Transportation Trust
  • SB6004: Highway maintenance by certain counties.
  • SB6005: Offshore natural gas and petroleum resources.
  • SB6017: Board for Contractors.
  • SJ27: Commending the Westfield High School football team.
  • SJ100: Nuclear power; joint subcommittee to study power within State.
  • SJ131: Birthright citizenship; memorializing Congress to amend Fourteenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution.
  • SJ153: Celebrating the life of E. Joseph West.
  • SJ249: Commending the Patriot District of the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
  • SB292: Electronic mail; failure to warn that contains sexually explicit visual material.
  • SB309: Outpatient treatment orders; changes criteria therefor.
  • SB310: Mentally ill defendants; may be hospitalized if unable to care for himself.
  • SB311: Spot blight abatement; interest on liens.
  • SB697: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures.
  • SB735: Spot blight abatement; interest on liens.
  • SB737: Custody and visitation cases; court may order confidential parental mental health records.
  • SB738: Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; certain judges, etc. authorized to perform hearings.
  • SB739: Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment of Minors Act; authorization of chief judges of judicial circuits.
  • SB741: Involuntary commitment hearings; law students may represent petitioner without practicing attorney.
  • SB743: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include nonprofit entities, audit requirements.
  • SB762: Alcoholic beverage control; adds a meal-assembly kitchen license.
  • SB763: Outpatient treatment orders; changes criteria therefor.
  • SB764: Driver's licenses; persons who use bioptic telescopic lenses.
  • SB774: Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increase of members of board of directors.
  • SB775: Elections, Board of; restrictions for board members.
  • SB776: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures.
  • SB780: Involuntary temporary detention; issuance and execution of order.
  • SB781: Eminent domain; definition of public uses and limitations thereon.
  • SB782: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; automated toll collections.
  • SB814: Electronic mail; failure to warn that contains sexually explicit visual material.
  • SB815: Immigrants; extortion thereof.
  • SB816: Driver's license expiration; extension to certain persons in service serving outside country.
  • SB817: Rezoning application; locality may deny or modify request when existing network inadequate.
  • SB818: Testimonials; sets fees to be charged by Secretary of Commonwealth therefor.
  • SB819: Freedom of Information Act; records containing social security numbers and personal information.
  • SB1118: BPOL tax; refusal to grant and revocation of business licenses.
  • SB1119: Driver's licenses, etc.; persons 25 years old must not show age of person to whom they are issued.
  • SB1120: Trespass; knowledge that entry was forbidden.
  • SB1121: Police; expands authority thereof in civil matters.
  • SB1122: Offshore oil and gas royalties; obligates state to distribute royalty payments therefrom.
  • SB1123: Auditor of Public Accounts; review security governmental databases containing personal information.
  • SB1124: Driver's licenses, provisional; prohibits use of cellular phones for person under 18 years old.
  • SB1125: Donation of food to charity organizations; regulations for food prepared in his private residence.
  • SB1323: Signs, certain; those located on real property of educational institution.
  • SB1324: Paramedics; authorized to engage in practice of professional nursing.
  • SB1331: Retirement System; investments related to Sudan.
  • SB1411: Residential development; imposition of fees for issuance of final certificate of occupancy.
  • SB1412: Zoning administrator; authority thereof when investigating violation of ordinance.
  • SB1420: Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Tax; local-option to impose retail sales taxes on motor fuels.
  • SJ83: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund, continued (first reference).
  • SJ139: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); exercise of eminent domain powers.
  • SJ317: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund (first reference).
  • SJ487: Sudan; Retirement System to study feasibility of restricting investments in companies related to.
  • SR48: Rules of Senate; proposed amendment.
  • SB290: Psychiatric Inpatient Commitment of Minors Act; special justices.
  • SB291: Extorting money; person accused thereof will be guilty of Class 5 felony.
  • SB292: Electronic mail; failure to warn that contains sexually explicit visual material.
  • SB293: Exhaust systems; limits allowable level of noise emitted from motor vehicle.
  • SB294: Housing authorities; powers of regional and consolidated.
  • SB295: Identity theft; charge of fee for security freezes.
  • SB296: School calendar; Board of Ed. may waive requirement for school year to begin after Labor Day.
  • SB297: Woodrow Wilson Bridge; environmental impact study.
  • SB298: District courts; remove case to circuit ct. if dismissal on basis that statute is unconstitutional.
  • SB299: DUI of alcohol or drugs; maximum punishment.
  • SB300: Spousal support; expedited hearing for member Armed Forces Reserves or National Guard.
  • SB301: Child custody and visitation; penalty for violation of court order.
  • SB309: Outpatient treatment orders; changes criteria for ordering.
  • SB310: Mentally ill defendants; may be hospitalized if unable to care for himself.
  • SB311: Spot blight abatement; interest on liens.
  • SB312: Emissions inspection program; exemption of certain vehicles.
  • SB313: Voter registration; DMV to furnish list of non-citizens to Board of Elections.
  • SB314: Methamphetamine precursor drugs; sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine with restrictions, penalty.
  • SB315: Abortion; preservation of fetal tissue when performed on child under age 15.
  • SB354: Labeling of foods; identification as kosher or halal, penalty.
  • SB355: Severance benefits; restrictions for state employees.
  • SB356: Housing authorities; powers of regional and consolidated.
  • SB580: Abortions; type of licensure required of physicians who perform.
  • SB581: Higher educational institutions; disclose all factors used in admission decisions.
  • SB584: Child abuse or neglect; requires physician to report teenage pregnancies if child is under age 15.
  • SB623: Condominium Act; responsibility for insurance deductibles.
  • SB629: Illegal aliens; employment thereof, cause of action.
  • SB630: Retail Sales and Use Tax revenue; increases amount to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • SB631: Condemnation of property; definition of public uses.
  • SB657: State law-enforcement employees; clarifies current overtime compensation provisions.
  • SB694: Sexually violent predators; adds to list of offenses that qualify as sexual offenses.
  • SB697: Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures.
  • SB5003: Budget Bill; continuation for twelve months.
  • SB5004: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; may impose tolls for use of newly constructed facility.
  • SB5017: Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; may impose tolls for use of newly constructed facility.
  • SJ83: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Trust Fund, continued (first reference).
  • SJ139: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); exercise of eminent domain powers.
  • SJ193: Commending the James W. Robinson Secondary School Symphonic Band.
  • SJ271: Commending Kristi Lauren Glakas.
  • SJ5008: Commending Marie Ferrando.
  • SJ5013: Commending the George Mason University men's basketball team.
  • SJ5028: Celebrating the life of Vicky O. Armel.
  • SJ5029: Celebrating the life of Michael E. Garbarino.
  • SJ5054: Highway construction & maintenance; joint subcom. to study granting more responsibility to locality.