Delegate Patrick Hope (D-Arlington)

Photo of Patrick Hope
Party
Democratic
District
47: County of Arlington (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Courts of Justice, Health, Welfare and Institutions, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Website
hopeforvirginia.org
Copatroning Habits
69% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 89% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 52% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
3% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$6,869.76 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion PAC Utility Employee PAC Richmond $1,000
Virginia Optometric Association Healthcare Richmond $1,000
Thomas Spavins Enforcements Assistant Chief Arlington $750
Amerigroup Corporation Healthcare Virginia Beach $750
Abbott Laboratories Employee PAC Pharmaceuticals IL $500
Gail A.W. Goodridge Health Policy Arlington $500
C. Cragg Hines Writer Arlington $500
Pfizer Inc. Pharmaceuticals NY $500
Thomas Spavins Enforcements Assistant Chief Arlington $500
Northern Virginia/REALTORS PAC Real Estate Fairfax $500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

<b>Patrick Hope</b>: Why You Should Vote for Me | ARLnow.com

June 5, 2014
... the Democratic nomination in the 8th District congressional race to write a sub-750 word essay describing why Arlington residents should vote for them in the June 10 primary. Here is Del. Patrick Hope's unedited response:.

<b>Del</b>. <b>Patrick Hope</b> Falls, Breaks Rib | ARLnow.com

May 27, 2014
Del. Patrick Hope, one of seven candidates for the Democratic nomination to replace retiring Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) in Congress, fell down stairs while.

<b>Patrick Hope</b> Wins Recent Straw Poll Among Democrats Running for <b>...</b>

May 19, 2014
State delegate from Arlington bested six other candidates in straw poll held Thursday night in McLean.

Cuccinelli law firm brings out the authoritarian in <b>Patrick Hope</b> <b>...</b>

May 6, 2014
And, because this is Ken Cuccinelli, and he's putting his shoulder behind defending gun owners, the reaction from Democrats was rather predictable. Del. Patrick Hope's fears and outrage, however, were just getting started.

<b>Del</b>. Scott Surovell Endorses <b>Patrick Hope</b> in 8th Congressional <b>...</b>

May 1, 2014
Del. Scott Surovell (D-44th) has endorsed Patrick Hope for Congress in Virginia's 8th congressional District Democratic primary race. Surovell joined Hope Wednesday to kick off his Northern Virginia Transit Tour on Metro's Yellow Line, and to advocate for an ... The 44th Delegate district sits entirely within the 8th congressional District and has the highest number of primary voters who lack a hometown candidate in the race of any district, Hope's campaign pointed out.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Inside NoVA: Sullivan may turn down campaign cash from Dominion, but others do not

August 15, 2014
Barbara Favola (D-31st) and Del. Rob Krupicka (D-45th); $2,500 to state Sen. Janet Howell (D-32nd); $2,000 to Del. Alfonso Lopez (D-49th); $1,500 to Del. Patrick Hope (D-47th); and $1,000 to state Sen. Adam Ebbin (D-30th) and then-Del. Bob Brink (D ...and more »

Inside NoVA: Candidates affirm they will introduce streetcar-referendum legislation if elected

August 12, 2014
The pro-streetcar faction on the County Board contends it does not have the authority to hold an advisory referendum on the streetcar or any other topic, although some other Virginia jurisdictions do have that power. Del. Patrick Hope (D-47th) has ...and more »

ARL now: Morning Notes

July 31, 2014
Att'y General to Consider Streetcar Referendum ? Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring (D) will be asked by Del. Patrick Hope (D) to weigh in on whether Arlington County has the legal authority to hold an advisory referendum on the Columbia Pike ...Question on streetcar referendum headed to Va. attorney generalInside NoVAall 3 news articles »

Inside NoVA: Arlington Democrats seeking competitors for chili cookoff

August 5, 2014
Chili cookoff victor Patrick Hope, right, was joined by Del. Bob Brink (a runner-up in the competition) and Jean Barton at the 2009 Arlington County Democratic Committee's Labor Day celebration at Lyon Park Community House. (Photo by Scott McCaffrey).

Greater Greater Washington: Breakfast links: Trusty transportation

August 1, 2014
Transportation funding until May: A battle between the House and Senate over extending transportation funding went down to the eleventh hour. The Senate ultimately acceded to the House's version after the House left town, leaving little choice ...

These are all of the video clips of Patrick Hope’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 101 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB78: Medical malpractice proceedings; standard of care.
  • HB80: Arraignment; defendant may enter conditional guilty plea in certain cases in circuit court.
  • HB81: Judicial retirement; increases mandatory age under Judicial Retirement System.
  • HB102: State legislative buildings; prohibits possession of weapons in buildings except by certain persons.
  • HB196: Pretrial appeals by Commonwealth; Class 1 misdemeanors.
  • HB206: Higher educational institutions, 4-year; mental health resources available to students on website.
  • HB353: Judicial caseloads; weighted caseload system.
  • HB413: Incapacitated persons; filing of evaluation reports, requirement for filing under seal.
  • HB414: Prisons; telephone systems, Prisoner Reentry Fund established.
  • HB423: Alcoholic beverage control; allows passengers to consume alcoholic beverages in motor vehicle, etc.
  • HB540: Private behavioral health services providers; licensure.
  • HB1106: Virginia Commission on Youth; shall review use of seclusion and restraint in schools.
  • HB1111: Tobacco products; electronic cigarettes, minors.
  • HB1133: Death penalty; persons with mental disability and mental impairments ineligible.
  • HB1135: Sexual orientation; change efforts prohibited.
  • HB1240: Guardian ad litem; mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect.
  • HJ86: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; report on FOIA.
  • HJ90: Home health care providers; compensation and benefits, JCHC to report.
  • HJ184: Commending Terri Lynch.
  • HJ192: Celebrating the life of Susan Dewar Zajac.
  • HJ208: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Eleanor Spence Dobson.
  • HJ247: Celebrating the life of Robert G. Atkins.
  • HJ284: Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the United States Surgeon General's Smoking report.
  • HJ288: Commending the Arlington County Medical Society.
  • HJ354: Celebrating the life of Captain Lloyd Clermont Mostrom, USN (Ret.).
  • HJ355: Celebrating the life of Jean Sherman Mostrom.
  • HJ470: Commending Kate Waller Barrett Elementary School.
  • HJ475: Celebrating the life of the Honorable John L. Melnick.
  • HJ476: Celebrating the life of Hope Cosby Davies.
  • HJ477: Celebrating the life James Bankhead Taylor Thornton Davies.
  • HJ5020: Commending Richard V. Doud, Jr.
  • HJ5077: Celebrating the life of John C. Youngs.
  • HJ5111: Celebrating the life of Mary C. McBride.
  • HR7: House of Delegates; establishing a rule that prohibits firearms on floor of House of Delegates.
  • HB158: Devocalization of cats and dogs; veterinarians to keep records of procedures, etc., penalty.
  • HB159: Nursing home patients; notice to Long-Term Care Ombudsman when patient is discharged or transferred.
  • HB162: Telecommunications services; SCC to excercise jurisdiction over rates and charges for prisoners.
  • HB396: Invasive plants; Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services to adopt regulations to control.
  • HB398: Radiology benefits managers; decision to deny physician's order for diagnostic radiology test.
  • HB835: Shared work programs; established, report.
  • HB1311: Appeal of bond decision; court may stay execution of order for so long as reasonably practicable.
  • HB1391: State legislative buildings; prohibits possession of weapons in Capitol of Va., exception.
  • HB1407: Inmates; eligibility for medical assistance.
  • HB1511: Assisted living facilities, licensed; access to temporary emergency electrical power source.
  • HB1614: Human papillomavirus vaccine; required for all children.
  • HB1664: State plan management partnership exchange; review and approval.
  • HB1665: General Assembly members; prohibited conduct.
  • HB1854: Prisons; telephone systems.
  • HB2025: Firearms; requires background check for any purchase.
  • HB2182: Hospitals; classification of certain facilities in which abortions are performed.
  • HB2183: Hospitals; classification of certain facilities in which abortions are performed.
  • HB2221: Firearms; prohibiting selling, etc., to certain persons.
  • HJ362: Commending CACI International Inc. on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ567: VegWeek; designating as last full week in April 2013, and in each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ571: JCHC; study of feasibility of developing program of trained primary care personnel.
  • HJ573: Constitutional amendment; property tax exemption for nonprofit medical clinics serving indigent.
  • HJ589: Commending Sheriff Elizabeth F. Arthur.
  • HJ706: Commending the Honorable Karen A. Henenberg.
  • HJ745: FOIA; Council to study whether Act should be amended.
  • HJ756: Celebrating the life of Betty A. Thompson.
  • HR118: Celebrating the life of Gail Ann Goodridge.
  • HR129: Medical assistance services; Governor to work together with General Assembly to extend program.
  • HR135: Celebrating the life of John Bayard Buck.
  • HR141: Celebrating the life of John Stewart Bottum.
  • HR146: Celebrating the life of Martha Allston Wildhack.
  • HR166: Commending Long Branch Nature Center.
  • HR198: Commending the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More.
  • HB158: Devocalization of cats and dogs; veterinarians to keep records of procedures, etc., penalty.
  • HB159: Nursing home patients; notice to Long-Term Care Ombudsman when patient is discharged or transferred.
  • HB160: Cigarette and other tobacco products; increases tax rates.
  • HB161: State employees; Director of DHRM to provide next of kin with flag when killed in line duty.
  • HB162: Telecommunications services; SCC to excercise jurisdiction over rates and charges for prisoners.
  • HB163: Judicial retirement; increases mandatory retirement age to 73.
  • HB164: Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty.
  • HB165: Geriatric prisoners; those at 60 may petition Parole Board for conditional release.
  • HB396: Invasive plants; Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services to adopt regulations to control.
  • HB397: Parole Board; exceptions to Freedom of Information Act.
  • HB398: Radiology benefits managers; decision to deny physician's order for diagnostic radiology test.
  • HB399: Congenital cyanotic heart disease, critical; VDH to implement program for screening infants.
  • HB400: School boards, local; policies permitting parents to observe children.
  • HB401: Landlord and tenant laws; landlord obligations, receipt required for certain rent payments.
  • HB402: Health Benefit Exchange Authority; created, report.
  • HB835: Shared work programs; established, report.
  • HB836: Pregnant prisoners; prohibits use of restraints by any correctional facility.
  • HB837: District court employees; local salary supplements may be paid wholly out of local funds.
  • HB838: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustment in boundaries.
  • HB1187: Noncompetition agreements; prohibits contract that serves to restrict an employee from engaging.
  • HB1222: Public Procurement Act; definition of employment services organization, technical changes.
  • HB1223: Weapons; possession in legislative buildings.
  • HB1274: Nursing facility transfer & discharge procedures; workgroup to clarify requirements and guidelines.
  • HJ126: Solitary confinement; JLARC to study uses including segregation, isolation, etc., by DOC.
  • HJ180: Commending Mercedes-Benz of Arlington on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of its founding.
  • HJ181: Commending the Honorable James F. Almand.
  • HJ324: Commending Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic.
  • HJ350: Celebrating the life of George A. Macdonald.
  • HJ353: Celebrating the life of Delia Henderson Atwood.
  • HJ362: Commending CACI International Inc. on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HB424: Audiologists; authority to dispense hearing aids.
  • HB1484: Food Standards for Agency Meals; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to develop.
  • HB1485: Medical emergency response plan and automated external defibrillator; required in certain buildings.
  • HB1486: Nursing homes; investigation of complaints by VDH, in-person interviews of residents.
  • HB1487: Criminal sexual assault; venue for trial.
  • HB1488: Prisoners; prohibits use of restraints on those who are pregnant, exception.
  • HB1813: Handguns; prohibits possession of firearm in Capitol and General Assembly Building.
  • HB1814: Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty.
  • HB1815: Cigarette and other tobacco products; increases tax rate.
  • HB1816: License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend; A LIFE LIKE YOURS, etc.
  • HB1817: Green Public Buildings Act; definitions, building standards.
  • HB1818: Nursing homes; required by Board of Health to send notices and information about family council.
  • HB1890: Judicial retirement; mandatory retirement.
  • HB1891: Governor's warrant; changes requirement that warrant of arrest be received within four days.
  • HB2195: Cats and dogs; requires veterinarians to keep records of devocalization procedures, penalty.
  • HB2506: Health benefits plans; sale by foreign health insurers to persons in State.
  • HJ791: Commending Michael Wardian.
  • HJ850: Commending Kinhaven School on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • HJ892: Celebrating the life of Thomas E. Sawner.
  • HJ954: Commending the Honorable Benjamin N.A. Kendrick.
  • HJ955: Commending Lucy E. Denney.
  • HB421: Transportation Board; may allocate funds in Mass Transit Fund designated for capital purposes.
  • HB422: Uniform Statewide Building Code; regulations of Board of Housing and Community Development.
  • HB423: Food Standards for Agency Meals; Secretary of Health and Human Resources to develop.
  • HB424: Audiologists; authority to dispense hearing aids.
  • HB425: Income tax, state; voluntary contributions for nonprofit human services programs.
  • HB842: Health care facilities; Board of Health to establish annual licensure and renewal fees.
  • HB843: Medical emergency response plan & automated external defribrillators; required in certain buildings.
  • HB844: Homeless persons; may file an action for damages for harassment, etc.
  • HB1264: Green Public Buildings Act; created.
  • HB1351: Indoor Clean Air Act; smoking in public buildings prohibited, penalty.
  • HJ82: Health care homes, chronic; Joint Commission on Health Care to study feasibility of developing.
  • HJ259: American Heart Month; designating as February 2010, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ327: Celebrating the life of James I. Mayer.
  • HJ331: Commending the Columbia Pike on the occasion of its 200th anniversary.