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.
Partisanship
?
Tag Cloud ?
Bio

Sen. Cuccinelli retired from his seat after he was elected to attorney general.

Recent Mentions in the Media

AMERICAblog (blog): Wehby, Merkley and a cowardly newspaper in Oregon

October 21, 2014
In Virginia last year, few papers could bring themselves to endorse ber-conservative Ken Cuccinelli, or his challenger Democrat Terry McAuliffe, in the race for governor. Newspapers have ... I'm a stalker and I want to be your U.S. Senator? I have a ...and more »

New York Magazine: Republicans Trying to Woo, or at Least Suppress, Minority Vote

October 21, 2014
FAIRFAX, VA - OCTOBER 28: Holding a "Big Gulp" while referencing New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) arrives at a "Get out the Vote" rally for Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican candidate for ...

Newsmax.com: Ken Cuccinelli: GOP Wasting Money on 'Dead Weight' Republicans

September 24, 2014
Ken Cuccinelli: GOP Wasting Money on 'Dead Weight' Republicans"The Republican Party is spending it on carrying dead weight like [six-term Mississippi Sen.] Thad Cochran and [Senate Minority Leader] Mitch McConnell," Cuccinelli told Joe Concha, guest host of "The Steve Malzberg Show," on Wednesday on Newsmax TV ...

The New Yorker: The Intensity Gap

October 20, 2014
One afternoon in May, Lindsey Graham, the Republican senator from South Carolina, took the Senate floor to ask for a vote on a provocatively named bill: the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortions after twenty weeks of ...and more »

Washington Examiner: What women want

October 20, 2014
Meanwhile, two Democratic Senate campaigns ? Sen. Mark Udall's in Colorado and ... Fifty-three percent of married women voted for Mitt Romney, for example, and 51 percent supported Ken Cuccinelli in the 2013 Virginia governor's race. But marriage is ...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.