Delegate Bobby Orrock (R-Thornburg)

Photo of Bobby Orrock
Party
Republican
District
54: Counties of Caroline (part) and Spotsylvania (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1990
Next Election
November 2015
Copatroning Habits
75% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 70% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 65% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
61.1% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$202,340.06 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Renna Cosner Self-employed N/A $0

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

Former local political figure will direct Virginia GOP | The News Desk

April 2, 2014
He also unsuccessfully challenged Del. Bobby Orrock, R–Caroline, in a Republican primary in 2005. Kenney labeled himself the more conservative candidate in that contest. Kenney, who no longer lives in the Fredericksburg ...

Howell, Orrock win primaries | The News Desk

June 11, 2013
Howell, Orrock win primaries. BY CHELYEN DAVIS / THE FREE LANCE–STAR. Voters Tuesday night gave House Speaker Bill Howell and Caroline Del. Bobby Orrock the Republican nominations in their respective House ...

Bolling cuts radio ad for Orrock | On Politics

June 6, 2013
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling is publicly backing Del. Bobby Orrock and four other Republican delegates with primary challengers in Tuesday's election. Bolling announced today that his newly-formed Virginia Mainstream Project is ...

Bill Bolling - Radio Ad for <b>Delegate Bobby Orrock</b>

June 5, 2013
Radio Ad for Delegate Bobby Orrock. June 5, 2013 / BY admin. Virginia Mainstream Project radio ad on behalf of Delegate Bobby Orrock – House District 54. The radio ad features Lieutenant Governor Bolling. Click here to listen: VMP Radio ...

VSSA Endorses Delegates Todd Gilbert, <b>Bobby Orrock</b> for Re-election

May 29, 2013
Delegates Todd Gilbert (R-15th) and Bobby Orrock (R-54th) are engaged in primary nomination elections that will be held on June 11, 2013. Both deserve re-election and have been endorsed by VSSA. Delegate Todd Gilbert ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

WRIC: Here's a guide to pronunciations in Virginia news

April 11, 2014
Here's a guide to pronunciations in Virginia newsZacarias Moussaoui (zak-uh-REE'-uhs moo-SOW'-ee). Mark Owczarski (oh-ZAHR'-skee), Va. Tech spokesman. Peter Odighizuwa (oh-dig-ih-ZOO'-uh). Del. Bobby Orrock (OHR'-awk). Pete Piringer (PEER'-ihn-jur) Montgomery County, Md. Fire and Rescue ...

Inside NoVA: For Del. Brink, ranking 13th on seniority may have brought bad luck

April 9, 2014
He asked how I'd received my injury. I explained the incident; he ascribed it instead to the fact that I had introduced House Bill 666 [a bill related to Arlington elections]. ?Del. Bobby Orrock, a former teacher, told me, 'You know, I used to teach ...

Fredericksburg.com: Shaun Kenney, who has previously chaired Republican groups in Spotsylvania ...

April 2, 2014
He also unsuccessfully challenged Del. Bobby Orrock, R?Caroline, in a Republican primary in 2005. Kenney labeled himself the more conservative candidate in that contest. Kenney, who no longer lives in the Fredericksburg area, stepped down from the ...and more »

Canada Free Press: The Environmentalists Are Not Giving Up

March 28, 2014
The bills, sponsored by state Senator Richard Stuart (R-Montross) and state Delegate Bobby Orrock (R-Thornburg), protect ?agricultural operations from local regulation? and limit the government's ability to require ?special-use permits? for farm ...

These are all of the video clips of Bobby Orrock’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 244 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • HB266: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend VIRGINIA ADOPTS.
  • HB267: License plates, special; issuance for members and supporters of Law Enforcement United.
  • HB268: Agricultural operations; local regulation of certain activities, On-Farm Activities Working Group.
  • HB1029: Libel and slander; candidates for office.
  • HB1030: Campaign finance; persons required to file independent expenditures disclosure, reports.
  • HB1031: Immunizations; updates provisions for children.
  • HB1032: Pharmacy, Board of; automatic review of certain case decisions.
  • HB1033: Dams; risk management plan for owners.
  • HB1034: Dams, certain; liability of owners.
  • HB1035: Veterinarians; dispensing compounded drug products, report.
  • HB1067: Animal shelters; definitions.
  • HB1068: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); eligibility, drug-related felonies.
  • HB1124: Dams; liability of owners or operators of dams.
  • HJ206: Commending Thomas Oesterheld.
  • HB82: Real property tax; roll-back taxes shall not apply to property that loses its designation, etc.
  • HB534: Certificate of public need; exemption from Request for Applications (RFAs) process.
  • HB814: Virginia Public Health Foundation; established, report.
  • HB1562: Dangerous and vicious dogs; when owner is charged with a violation, officer shall confine dog, etc.
  • HB1563: Burial services; Cemetery Board to develop process to ensure consumers get accurate cost estimates.
  • HB1564: Drugs; administration by a person to a child in private school.
  • HB1565: Affordable housing dwelling unit program; allows governing body to amend its zoning ordinances.
  • HB1566: Recordation tax; authorizes localities to impose additional tax at rate equal to 1/10 of state rate.
  • HB1844: Protection and Advocacy, Virginia Office for; privatization.
  • HB1846: Gas severance taxes, local; establishes fair market value.
  • HB1852: Home-processed food; inspection of food establishments, labeling of foods with name of preparer.
  • HB1856: Emergency medical services; Board of Health to develop policies related to statewide providers.
  • HB1857: Propane; prohibits dealers from engaging in discriminatory pricing.
  • HB1858: Public secondary school students; model waiver form for entity providing occupational experience.
  • HB1859: Rabies; local governing body to hold clinic at least once every two years.
  • HB1860: Personal property tax; advertising signs.
  • HB2271: Post-adoption services; DSS shall utilize all federal bonus payments to support.
  • HB2292: Certificate of public need; clarifies when Commissioner of Health shall accept certain applications.
  • HB79: Disability Commission; establishing work groups to assist in carrying out powers and duties, etc.
  • HB80: Real property tax; assessment of wetlands.
  • HB81: Real property tax; prior use of any property shall not be considered in land use valuation.
  • HB82: Real property tax; roll-back taxes shall not apply to property that loses its designation, etc.
  • HB83: Mammograms; information on breast density.
  • HB532: Motor vehicles; prohibits operator from engaging in activities that impair operation of vehicle.
  • HB533: Four-for-Life; substantive review.
  • HB534: Certificate of public need; exemption from Request for Applications (RFAs) process.
  • HB535: Certificate of public need; relocation and certificates for certain nursing home beds.
  • HB536: Motor fuels tax; removes requirement that bulk users & retailers of undyed diesel fuel be licensed.
  • HB537: Dangerous dog registry; changes procedure for registering.
  • HB538: Hunter education program; establishes a full-time position for each administrative region in DGIF.
  • HB814: Virginia Public Health Foundation; established, report.
  • HB1228: State employees and members of General Assembly; compensation and fringe benefits.
  • HB1229: Persons with disabilities; SHHR to convene work group to develop plan to address needs.
  • HB1230: Protection and Advocacy, Virginia Office for; conversion to a nonprofit entity, report.
  • HB1231: Onsite sewage systems; inspections.
  • HJ385: Commending Robert A. Carlson.
  • HB622: Education & financial literacy; implement through relevant SOL and career and technical programs.
  • HB1514: Virginia Disability Commission; clarifies that Commission shall serve as primary forum in State.
  • HB1515: Traffic lights; use of a red light activation terminal approved by State Police Superintendent.
  • HB1516: Assault and battery; if person commits against ABC agent, guilty of Class 6 felony.
  • HB1517: Criminal street gangs; broadens definition.
  • HB1518: Economics education and financial literacy; school boards to implement requirements.
  • HB1519: Adoption; absence of parental consent.
  • HB1520: Drivers licenses; birth certificate issued by state agency sufficient proof of U.S. citizenship.
  • HB1540: Legislative Services, Division of; clarifies duties.
  • HB1541: Agricultural animals; care by owner, penalty.
  • HB1608: TANF; establishes Fund, State to support agencies, etc., seeking to assist low-income Virginians.
  • HB1609: Public Procurement Act; definition of public body.
  • HB2384: Medicaid Works program; DMAS to increase maximum allowable earnings for individuals.
  • HJ546: Commending Josiah P. Rowe III.
  • HJ547: Commending Mary Joanne Tuck Blanton.
  • HB38: Grass; adds Spotsylvania County to list of counties authorized to require property owners to cut.
  • HB39: Bigamy; person found guilty may be ordered by court to make restitution to other party of marriage.
  • HB40: Disabled parent; subject to prosecution for desertion or nonsupport of another child.
  • HB162: Distribution of handbills, etc.; adds medians to list of places certain localities can prohibit.
  • HB163: Motor vehicles; prohibition on driving abreast does not apply to passing other vehicles.
  • HB619: Erosion and sediment control; may assess civil penalty.
  • HB620: Alcoholic beverages; designates as agents of ABC Board distiller who blends alcoholic beverages.
  • HB621: Rabies; clarifies procedures and responsibilities to prevent and control.
  • HB622: Education & financial literacy; implement through relevant SOL and career and technical programs.
  • HB623: Substitute teachers; may be employed longer than 90 teaching days in a school year.
  • HB1285: Certificate of public need; Department of Health to provide public notice.
  • HJ41: Commending the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads on the 75th anniversary.
  • HJ333: Commending Caressa Cameron.
  • HJ377: Commending Bethany Baptist Church on the occasion of its 240th anniversary.
  • HJ443: Commending Fort A.P. Hill.
  • HB1589: Retirement System; duty of employers to provide accurate information to correct erroneous records.
  • HB1675: Pedestrians; grants counties same authority as cities & towns to prohibit loitering on bridges, etc.
  • HB1676: Distribution of handbills, etc. on highways; grants Spotsylvania County power to regulate.
  • HB1677: Contractor performance bonds; amount for locally administered transportation improvement projects.
  • HB1678: Grievance procedure; gives localities authority to use an administrative hearing officer.
  • HB1679: Child abuse and neglect data; school board applicants.
  • HB1680: Vested rights; defines term 'act of God' to include any natural disaster or phenomena.
  • HB2095: Contractors, Board for; adds building framers & masonry contractors to definition of tradesman.
  • HB2096: Affordable housing; localities waive certain fee for organization with primary purpose of assisting.
  • HB2097: Animal shelter and pounds; allowed to purchase, etc., certain controlled substances for euthanizing.
  • HB2098: Real property tax; agricultural use assessment.
  • HB2099: George Washington Toll Road Authority; created, encompasses City of Fredericksburg, etc.
  • HB2101: Taxation, Department of; changes annual report date from April 15 to October 1 on corporate tax.
  • HB2551: Onsite treatment works; provides specific requirements therefor designed by professional engineer.
  • HB2642: Elections; verification of registered voter lists.
  • HJ624: Commending David Ogle.
  • HJ625: Commending Shirley Boggs.
  • HJ981: Celebrating the life of Stuart I. Shotwell.
  • HJ1036: Celebrating the life of Martha Chewning Carter.
  • HJ1041: Commending the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the National Scout Jamboree.
  • HB5: Gas chambers; prohibits use thereof for euthanizing companion animals.
  • HB190: Subdivision of lot; stepchildren included as immediate family for conveyance thereof.
  • HB191: Emergency medical services; temporary suspension of permits and certificates pending hearing.
  • HB192: Volunteer rescue squads; replaces term with agency, etc. licensed or certified by Office of EMS.
  • HB193: Wells, private; prohibition on construction of certain.
  • HB194: Retail Sales and Use Tax; absorption and payment by seller.
  • HB195: Subdivision plats; clarifies definitions related thereto.
  • HB537: Rabies vaccination certificates; exempts certain records sent to local treasurer from public access.
  • HB538: Commercial dog breeders; definition, requirements, penalty.
  • HB539: Nonrepairable vehicles; title and registration.
  • HB540: Deed; cemetery usage disclosed.
  • HB541: Uniform Statewide Building Code; statute of limitation for prosecution of violations.
  • HB850: Foster care; require code of ethics agreement signed by head of every foster home, etc.
  • HB851: Crowd control; authority to bring civil action against person who negligently fails to provide.
  • HB1441: Legislative Services, Division of; responsible for annual report to all standing committee chairmen.
  • HB1523: Electric utilities; resource planning.
  • HJ93: Foster care; Department of Social Services to study and develop code of ethics and responsibilty.
  • HB5: Gas chambers.
  • HB72: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SUPPORT OUR TROOPS.
  • HB335: License plates, special; issuance to veterans of U.S. military in Afghanistan and Iraq.
  • HB2099: Dog license application; delays date requirement that local treasurer transmit to owner.
  • HB2100: Cats and dogs; license fee on those who have not been spayed or neutered.
  • HB2101: Elections; statewide bond referendum to include fiscal impact statement for voters.
  • HB2102: Wells, private; prohibits construction thereof within 50 feet of certain property line.
  • HB2497: Building permits; building official may issue for any construction regulated by Building Code.
  • HB2498: Income tax, state; residential tax credit for increased accessibility and visitability.
  • HB2499: Transient occupancy tax; grants authority to impose extra for local transportation needs.
  • HB2500: Conditional zoning; high-growth localities by ordinance may choose to utilize.
  • HB3072: Local vehicle license taxes and fees; counties to charge additional annual fee.
  • HJ879: Commending Sara Wirtala.
  • HB69: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain medicines and drugs for farm animals.
  • HB70: Assault and battery; limited exception to charges for certain school personnel.
  • HB71: Elections; certification of political party candidates for general, special, and primary.
  • HB72: License plates, special; issuance of those bearing legend: SUPPORT OUR TROOPS.
  • HB73: Social services; city council member appointed to local board.
  • HB74: Comprehensive Services Act; parental co-payments.
  • HB335: License plates, special; issuance to veterans of U.S. military in Afghanistan and Iraq.
  • HB336: Special use permits; none required if erecting tent intended for temporary structure.
  • HB337: Plats; clarifies definition thereof.
  • HB338: Public school students; annual body mass index assessments required.
  • HB339: Dogs and cats; licensed vets to collect license fee and provide receipt when admin. rabies vacine.
  • HB340: Dogs; regulation of those that may be dangerous.
  • HB1143: Campaign finance disclosure; candidates statements of organization shall be filed within 10 days.
  • HB1144: Conveyance of property; additional method for subdivision of lot to family member.
  • HB1145: Emergency medical services agencies; surface transportation and removal surfaces exemption.
  • HB1146: Social workers; must have license issued by Board of Social Work.
  • HB1147: Prescription drugs; training and regulations for administering to child in child day program.
  • HB1148: Motor fuels tax; sets effective date for sales tax in certain transportation districts.
  • HB1487: Healing arts, practitioners of; Board of Medicine authority to issue restricted volunteer licenses.
  • HB1507: Charitable Gaming, Department of; renewal of permits.
  • HB1563: Animal control officers; educational instruction.
  • HB1582: Local government & school divisions; cooperative transportation agreements between.
  • HJ124: Animal ordinance, public nuisance; Association of Counties, et al to advise members to adopt.
  • HJ496: Commending Spencer Roberts.