Delegate Rich Anderson (R-Woodbridge)

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Party
Republican
District
51: County of Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Appropriations, General Laws, Science and Technology, Transportation
Website
rich4delegate.com
Copatroning Habits
80% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 85% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 70% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
40% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$90,807.72 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion PAC Utility Richmond $1,000
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC political action committee Fredericksburg $939
S. Cabell Nelson Marketing Woodbridge $500
Altria Client Services Inc Consumer Products Richmond $500
Norfolk Southern Corp Railroad Richmond $500
Virginia Coal Association Coal Richmond $500
Virginia Cable PAC Cable Richmond $500
Newport News Shipbuilding Shipbuilding Newport News $500
Hunton & Williams Law Firm Richmond $500
Diageo North America Inc Beverage Distributor CT $500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

<b>Rich Anderson</b> for <b>Delegate</b> » Blog Archive » Here we go again!

March 17, 2014
Dear Prince William friends, families, and neighbors,. Well, here we go again! Last night brought us another winter mix and 6” of snow, with some additional light snow later today. The good news is that tomorrow will bring ...

<b>Rich Anderson</b> for <b>Delegate</b> » Blog Archive » THE BUDGET: FAIL

March 8, 2014
Dear Prince William families, friends, and neighbors,. I drove into my Capitol office early this morning (Saturday) to type this to you on the last day of the 2014 General Assembly. Today, March 8, is the last day of our two-month ...

<b>Rich Anderson</b> for <b>Delegate</b> » Blog Archive » ANOTHER WINTER <b>...</b>

March 2, 2014
Dear Prince William families, friends, and neighbors,. You've probably heard that we're in for another winter blast tonight and tomorrow. I've been hearing conflicting reports on accumulation amounts, but it looks like it will first ...

<b>Rich Anderson</b> for <b>Delegate</b> » Blog Archive » Sliding Into Home <b>...</b>

February 28, 2014
Del. Rich Anderson (right) and Legislative Aide Ryan Galloway (left) at Mr. Jefferson's Capitol with our 2014 legislative staff. Dear Prince William families, friends, and neighbors,. It's Friday afternoon and I'm about to drive ...

<b>Rich Anderson</b> for <b>Delegate</b> » Blog Archive » BUDGET WEEK!

February 24, 2014
Dear Prince William families, friends, and neighbors,. I'm typing this update on Friday in my Capitol office in Richmond before driving home to Woodbridge for the weekend. We've been working 18-hour days and look forward ...

Recent Mentions in the Media

Fairfaxtimes.com: Virginia GOP leaders demand apology, more from Lind

April 15, 2014
50), Del. Rich Anderson (R-Dist. 51) and Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity (R-Springfield) signed off on the letter. ?We request that you do the honorable thing and apologize for your false statements, withdraw your ad, and seriously review why you ...and more »

Government Technology: Despite Legal Opinion, Plate Scanners in Virginia Are Still Active

April 7, 2014
At the urging of police agencies, the legislation was carried over to the 2015 legislative session. In the meantime, the two lawmakers ? state Sen. Chap Petersen, D-Fairfax County, and Del. Rich Anderson, R-Prince William County ? have organized the ...

Inside NoVA: Guest Opinion: Don't hold the state budget hostage over Medicaid expansion

March 22, 2014
Guest Opinion: Don't hold the state budget hostage over Medicaid expansionDuring my first four legislative sessions, I viewed the budget process as a junior delegate who touched the budget only on occasion during the budget process. This year was different. In January, House ... Del. Rich Anderson, a retired 30-year Air ...and more »

PR.com (press release): Straw Poll: Strong VA 10th District Conservative Candidate Support

April 5, 2014
In a Manassas Tea Party straw poll believed to be the first to survey voter opinion for the Virginia 10th Congressional District race to replace retiring U. S. Representative Frank Wolf, strongly conservative candidates Delegate Bob Marshall and ...

From this Legislator’s Twitter Feed

October 9, 2012

DelRichAnderson: Attended mtgs in Richmond, assisted constits by phone from Capitol, attended Allen-Kaine debate. Democracy is great! http://t.co/qxPi9I9I #

October 6, 2012

DelRichAnderson: Busy! Cut ribbon @ Trio Consulting...presided retirement for Army SFC Sheila Culley...visited 1/2 dozen constituents! http://t.co/ARbbxnlJ #

October 4, 2012

DelRichAnderson: Spent today at Gov's Energy Conf...time to embrace full-spectrum energy: Coal, oil, gas, nuc, wind, solar, renewables. http://t.co/8XumyJXu #

October 4, 2012

DelRichAnderson: Spent great evening with room full of military vets at the Chester Victory Center...Virginians who took a sacred oath! http://t.co/OxPklsmZ #

October 3, 2012

DelRichAnderson: Chaired today's VA Commission on Civics Education, put finishing touches on the 2012 Virginia Civics Summit on Nov. 8! http://t.co/5d3R0cnc #

These are all of the video clips of Rich Anderson’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 97 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB339: FOIA; exempts certain proprietary records of DRPT & VDOT from mandatory disclosure provisions.
  • HB357: Concealed handgun permit applicant; access to information.
  • HB361: Real and personal property tax; exemption for religious bodies.
  • HB364: Civics Education, Commission on; established in legislative branch of state government, report.
  • HB373: School speech-language pathologists; licensure.
  • HB377: Billboard signs; adjustment or relocation.
  • HB408: Elections; elected and certain appointed officers, removal from office.
  • HB410: Student-athletes; effects of concussions on academic performance.
  • HB411: Vehicle safety inspection approval; increases grace period for certain members of armed services.
  • HB412: Child care; Department of Social Services to plan for national background checks for providers.
  • HB559: Virginia Defense Force; localities may appropriate money, etc., for Force.
  • HB971: Virginia National Guard; DMA shall provide information to VEC of a member undergoing discharge, etc.
  • HB997: Cemeteries; procedure for removal and relocation of human remains.
  • HB1098: Smart transportation pilot zone; STO and VDOT shall establish zone to test certain road technology.
  • HB1213: Attorney General, Office of; employment of outside counsel where a conflict of interests exists.
  • HB1269: Government Data Collection & Dissemination Practices Act; collection & use of personal information.
  • HJ108: Rare Disease Day; designating as February 28, 2014, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ385: Commending the Virginia National Guard.
  • HB1049: Income tax, state, etc.; tax credit for taxpayers employing persons in STEM internship positions.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state and corporate; tax credit for hiring military persons as STEM interns.
  • HB1052: Firearms and other weapons; removing prohibition against carrying in air carrier airport terminals.
  • HB1055: Voter registration; military and overseas voters to return application by fax.
  • HB1057: Absentee voting; procedures for military and overseas voters.
  • HB1285: Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty.
  • HB1598: Real property tax; boards of equalization.
  • HB1599: Vote centers; pilot program.
  • HB1600: Alcoholic beverage control; transfers of wine.
  • HB1601: Civics Education, Commission on; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1717: Comprehensive plan; transportation component shall be consistent with Statewide Transportation Plan.
  • HB1718: Transportation projects and planning; reimbursement of VDOT by localities, etc.
  • HB1719: Concussion education, awareness, & management; replaces current requirements of Board of Education.
  • HB1906: Veterans; Department of Veterans Services to develop comprehensive program to reduce unemployment.
  • HB1907: Handheld personal communications devices; mandatory minimum fine when convicted of reckless driving.
  • HB2147: Primaries; filings of primary candidate petitions with party chairman, etc.
  • HB2152: Transportation district commissions; membership.
  • HB2298: Billboards; establishes conditions under which certain signs may be adjusted or relocated, etc.
  • HB2317: Firearms; residency of armed forces members.
  • HJ902: Commending Captain Florent Groberg.
  • HJ903: Commending the Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department.
  • HJ941: Celebrating the life of William H. Mastbrook.
  • HJ942: Celebrating the life of Mohammad Mehboob.
  • HJ943: Commending the Old Bridge Observer.
  • HR235: Celebrating the life of Brigadier General Earl C. Acuff, USA (Ret).
  • HB1049: Income tax, state; tax credit for taxpayers employing persons in STEM internship positions.
  • HB1050: Income tax, state; tax credit for hiring military persons as STEM interns.
  • HB1051: Primary elections; adds party affiliation to application when registering to vote.
  • HB1052: Firearms and other weapons; removing prohibition against carrying in air carrier airport terminals.
  • HB1053: Handheld personal communications devices; penalty if text messaging and emailing while driving.
  • HB1054: Public records; retention and destruction of original records by clerk of circuit court.
  • HB1055: Voter registration; military and overseas voters to return application by fax.
  • HB1056: Veterans; determination of status of unclaimed cremains.
  • HB1057: Absentee voting; procedures for military and overseas voters.
  • HB1058: Advertising; within the limits of a highway, increases civil penalty.
  • HB1059: Zoning Appeals, Board of; jurisdictions imposing civil penalties for violations of ordinances, etc.
  • HB1060: Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain.
  • HB1285: Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty.
  • HJ134: Bi-County Parkway and Tri-County Parkway; JLARC to study economic impact of proposed projects.
  • HJ135: U.S. Constitution; application to Congress to call constitutional convention.
  • HJ136: Virginia Retirement System; JLARC to study system for determining eligibility for disability claims.
  • HJ424: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Richard Harding Poff.
  • HJ518: Commemorating the life of Oscar Scott Woody.
  • HB976: FOIA; party whom writ is served must be served a copy of petition prior to filing.
  • HB978: Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish.
  • HB1370: License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force.
  • HB1856: Concealed handgun permits; holder may obtain replacement for lost or destroyed permits.
  • HB1857: Firearms; documentation of residence for certain military members.
  • HB1858: Elections; voter registration for certain overseas voters, absentee voting by certain overseas.
  • HB1859: Public Procurement Act; state agencies to include in contract that contractor use E-Verify program.
  • HB1860: Freedom of Information Act; proceedings for enforcement.
  • HB1861: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for veterans who elect to establish Virginia as residence.
  • HB2040: Inmate labor; authorizes use thereof at rest areas along Interstate Highway System.
  • HB2041: Freedom of Information Act; record and meeting exemption for certain commissions.
  • HB2042: Veterans Services Foundation; annual report to Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security.
  • HB2043: Reckless driving; failing to stop at a school bus.
  • HB2044: Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish.
  • HB2231: Neighborhood Assistance Act; permits trusts to be eligible for income tax credit.
  • HB2232: Personal property tax; valuation of motor vehicles.
  • HB2233: Transportation agency efficiencies & cost recoveries; exempts VDOT, etc., paying remote access fee.
  • HB2483: Court records; secure remote access restrictions do not apply to secure access by attorneys, etc.
  • HJ717: Commending Major General Jerrold P. Allen, USAF (Ret.).
  • HJ945: Celebrating the life of Gregory J. Gilker.
  • HJ946: Celebrating the life of James Frank Phelps.
  • HB976: FOIA; party whom writ is served must be served a copy of petition prior to filing.
  • HB977: Freedom of Information Act; record exclusion for visitor information systems in public schools.
  • HB978: Statewide uniform grading policy; requires Board of Education to establish.
  • HB979: Exhibits; relieves clerk of notifying defendant of destruction, etc., of evidence used at trial.
  • HB1235: Absentee ballots; procedure for various deadlines and ballot requirements.
  • HB1370: License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force.
  • HR38: Celebrating the life of Keith Kessler.