Senator Dick Saslaw (D-Springfield)

Photo of Dick Saslaw
Party
Democratic
District
35: Alexandria City (Part), Fairfax County (Part), Falls Church City (All) [map]
Took Office
January 1980
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Commerce and Labor (Chair), Courts of Justice, Finance, Rules, Education
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 59% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 54% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
27.3% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$351,722.01 cash on hand (December 2012 report)
Bio

Serves as the senate majority leader.

Top 10 Donors
Dominion PAC Dominion Power Political Action Committee Richmond $20,000
Verizon Good Government Club of Virginia Political action committee of Verizon Richmond $15,000
Virginia BankPAC Financial Institution PAC Glen Allen $10,000
Dominion PAC Dominion Power Political Action Committee Richmond $10,000
Verizon Good Government Club of Virginia Political action committee of Verizon Richmond $10,000
Virginia Professional Fire Fighters COPE Fund Association of profressional fire fighters Richmond $10,000
Terence McAuliffe Chairman McLean $10,000
Myron P. Erkiletian Real Estate Development and construction managemen Alexandria $10,000
American Electric Power Company Virginia Committee of Utility Company DC $7,500
Medical Society of Virginia PAC Association of physicians Richmond $7,500

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

<b>Senator Dick Saslaw&#39;s</b> Richmond Report – Falls Church News Press <b>...</b>

July 2, 2014
Senator Dick Saslaw's Richmond Report Falls Church News Press Two of the vetoes the Speaker of the House of Delegates ruled against including an amendment specifically stating the Governor could not exercise his ...

<b>Senator Dick Saslaw&#39;s</b> Richmond Report

July 2, 2014
June proved to be a very turbulent month in Virginia politics. History will show that the fight for expanding healthcare to hundreds of thousands of hard working.

Campaign tour with Senate Democratic Leader Richard L . “Dick”

July 1, 2014
“You can tell a lot about a man by the company he keeps. That Mike Hymes would campaign in Southwest alongside a Northern Virginia liberal like Dick Saslaw speaks volumes about him and the type of Senator he would be.

Saslaw Joins Group of Virginia Legislators Supporting Redskins Name

June 24, 2014
The group, which includes State Sen. Minority Leader Dick Saslaw (D) who represents the 35th District which includes the City of Falls Church, says it represents “professional football fans in the Commonwealth” and is based ...

<b>Senator Dick Saslaw&#39;s</b> Richmond Report - Falls Church News-Press

June 4, 2014
Summer is right around the corner. VDOT recently sent out a report stating that it has filled some 79000+ potholes in the Northern VA region. Does that tell.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Falls Church News Press: Senator Dick Saslaw's Richmond Report

July 2, 2014
Senator Dick Saslaw's Richmond ReportThe biggest game changer was the resignation of a Democratic state senator from Southwest Virginia. A federal investigation into the abrupt resignation is now underway. And finally, an upset in a Republican primary downstate, pulled the plug on courage ...

Falls Church News Press: Saslaw Joins Group of Virginia Legislators Supporting Redskins Name

June 24, 2014
The group, which includes State Sen. Minority Leader Dick Saslaw (D) who represents the 35th District which includes the City of Falls Church, says it represents ?professional football fans in the Commonwealth? and is based on these founding principles:.and more »

Bluefield Daily Telegraph: Saslaw talks Hymes, Chafin and need for support in 38th district

July 5, 2014
Sen. Dick Saslaw, D-Springfield, the Democratic leader of the Virginia Senate, was there on a whirlwind tour of the 38th senatorial/ninth Congressional districts. He represents Falls Church, part of Fairfax, and part of Alexandria ? one of the most ...

Inside NoVA: Arlington legislative delegation reports modest cash on hand

July 17, 2014
State Sen. Barbara Favola (D-31st) had $97,933 banked, while Del. Rob Krupicka (D-45th) had $42,621. Del. Alfonso Lopez (D-49th) reported $23,869, while state Sen. Adam Ebbin (D-30th) had $13,525. Former Del. Bob Brink (D-48th), who retired June 30 ...

Thenewjournalandguide: Remembering Our Senior Statesmen; Marsh Leaves State Legislature

July 10, 2014
For example, Sen. Henry Marsh (D-Richmond) is 80. Congressman Charlie Rangel is 84. Former D.C. Mayor and Ward 8 Councilman Marion Barry is 78. Julian Bond, who fought to be seated in the Georgia House of Representatives, is 74. Former U.S ...

These are all of the video clips of Dick Saslaw’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2009. There are 602 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • SB361: Elections; provisional ballots, meeting of electoral board following election, adjournment.
  • SB362: Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program; created.
  • SB363: Charter; City of Falls Church.
  • SB521: Suicide; abolishes common-law crime.
  • SB522: Disabled American Veterans Highway; designating as entire length of I495 (Capital Beltway) in Va.
  • SB584: Competitive telephone companies; regulation of local exchange companies, duties.
  • SB585: Electric utility regulation; recovery of costs of new underground distribution facilities.
  • SB611: Automated sales suppression devices; falsifying electronic records, penalties.
  • SJ88: Celebrating the life of Dr. Jerome Karle.
  • SJ89: Commending Dr. Isabella Karle.
  • SB601: Public procurement; requirement that American iron, steel, etc., be used in public works projects.
  • SB1195: Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program; created, sunset provision.
  • SB1197: Virginia Public Procurement Act; contracts for architectural or professional engineering services.
  • SB1198: Charter; City of Falls Church.
  • SB1199: Workers' compensation; injuries to public safety officers.
  • SB1228: Firearms; property or facilities owned or leased by localities.
  • SB1339: Electric utility ratemaking; revises certain incentives & other provisions applicable.
  • SB1340: Revenues and appropriations of State; changes specifically relating to transportation funding.
  • SB1341: Renewable energy facilities, certain; exemption from local zoning and land use regulations.
  • SJ328: Elementary and secondary schools; JLARC to study efficiency and effectiveness of school's spending.
  • SJ350: Celebrating the life of Myron Parsek Erkiletian.
  • SB86: Solicitation of contributions; registration of charitable organizations.
  • SB87: Charter; City of Falls Church.
  • SB488: Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; created, report.
  • SB502: Motor vehicle emissions inspections; privatizes services now provided by DEQ, etc.
  • SB503: Motor vehicle fuels sales tax; transfers administration and collection to DMV.
  • SB533: Virginia Petroleum Products Franchise Act; revises requirements for operation of retail outlets.
  • SB601: Public procurement; requirement that American iron, steel, etc., be used in public works projects.
  • SB643: Health information; Department of Health to establish work group to examine needs related to reform.
  • SB5001: Electric Utility Regulation, Commission on; postpones scheduled expiration date of existence.
  • SJ20: Commending Virginia R. Diamond.
  • SB753: Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; administrative appeals process.
  • SB771: Remedies; increases cap on recovery in certain medical malpractice actions.
  • SB1366: Health benefits exchange; intent to develop.
  • SB1367: Motor vehicle title loans; loans to nonresidents.
  • SB1368: Telecommunications services; eliminates certain requirements.
  • SB1469: Medical malpractice; privileged communications of certain committees.
  • SJ361: Constitutional amendment; limitation on debt (first reference).
  • SJ396: Constitutional amendment; limitation on debt (first reference).
  • SJ399: FERPA and HIPAA, federal; urges Congress to restore in loco parentis, etc.
  • SJ439: Celebrating the life of Alan Ivan Kay.
  • SJ440: Celebrating the life of Francois R. Haeringer.
  • SJ492: Celebrating the life of Arthur W. Arundel.
  • SB439: Home service contract providers; exempts those that have certain worth from licensure regulation.
  • SB440: Credit unions; conversion to a state mutual savings institution.
  • SB441: Wireless E-911 charges; establishes rate and procedures for collection and remittance by dealers.
  • SB605: Virginia ports; requires approval of General Assembly before any sale or lease is permitted.
  • SB606: Motor vehicle title loans; establishes requirements, penalties.
  • SJ128: Commending Virginia Task Force 1.
  • SJ129: Commending Howard Kempter.
  • SJ212: Celebrating the life of Sidney A. Reyes.
  • SR8: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SR9: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SB571: Telephone service; alternatives to regulation.
  • SB1157: Recordation and grantor taxes; penalty for misrepresentation.
  • SB1158: Workers' Compensation; pharmacist filling a prescription to dispense therapeutically equivalent.
  • SB1159: Vehicle safety inspection; extends to 5 business days amount of time person in armed forces has.
  • SB1160: Indoor Clean Air Act; prohibits smoking in all indoor restaurants and bar and lounge areas in State.
  • SB1161: Safety belts; makes non-use of a primary offense.
  • SB1470: Payday lenders; prohibits any person licensed under Payday Loan Act from making open end loan.
  • SB1471: Stormwater control and water or waste systems; allows Governor to disclaim rights, etc., of State.
  • SB1472: Wireless E-911; establishes procedure for collection and remittance of prepaid charges by sellers.
  • SB1532: Motor fuels tax; changes percentage in Northern Virginia.
  • SB1533: Special use permits; extension of expiration dates.
  • SB5003: Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis.
  • SR29: State Corporation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SR507: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SB567: Standards of Quality; increased positions for students having limited English proficiency.
  • SB568: Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program; increases annual assessment for physicians.
  • SB569: University of Virginia; appointments of Board of Visitors.
  • SB570: High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; revises procedures for enforcing violations.
  • SB571: Telephone service; alternatives to regulation.
  • SB572: Utility Transfers Act; acquisition or disposal of assets or of control of telephone companies.
  • SB573: Limited Liability Company Act; reorganizes provisions thereof.
  • SB574: Virginia's Future, Council on; extends sunset provision.
  • SB575: Electric Utility Restructuring, Commission on; renamed Commission on Electric Utility Regulation.
  • SB576: Credit reports; authorizes consumer to freeze access thereto.
  • SB577: Trademarks and service marks; registration and protection, penalties.
  • SB578: VirginiaShare Health Insurance Program; established, report.
  • SB579: Health, Department of; payment for medical care services.
  • SB713: Motor fuels tax; rate increase.
  • SB728: Motor vehicle dealers; collection of annual license and registration fees in certain localities.
  • SB729: Retail Sales & Use Tax; Northern Virginia Transportation Authority authorized to impose.
  • SB799: Move-over law; drivers must move to lane not adjacent emergency vehicle displaying emergency lights.
  • SB6009: Statewide and regional transportation funding.
  • SJ107: Uranium; joint subcommittee to study mining in State.
  • SJ125: Commending Fairfax County Future Problem Solvers.
  • SJ208: State Corporation Commission; election of member.
  • SJ241: Celebrating the life of Eugene C. Renzi.
  • SR507: Workers' Compensation Commission; nomination for election of member.
  • SB1006: Commonwealth Innovations Incentive Fund; created.
  • SB1007: Law-enforcement facilities; prohibits possession of weapons therein except by officers.
  • SB1008: High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; revises procedures and penalties involved therewith.
  • SB1009: Civil actions; docketing for trial.
  • SB1010: Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employee.
  • SB1011: Business, professional, and occupational license tax (BPOL); motor fuels tax exemption.
  • SB1012: Planning & Budget, Department of; to include real estate costs for development in economic analysis.
  • SB1013: Workers' compensation; alternative dispute resolution systems agreed to in certain agreements.
  • SB1014: Payday Loan Act; SCC to contract with third party to develop Internet accessible database.
  • SB1220: Line of Duty Disability Fund; created.
  • SB1390: Eminent domain; definition of public uses.
  • SB1391: Pharmacy, Board of; membership.
  • SJ452: Commending Chief Michael P. Neuhard.
  • SJ530: Celebrating the life of Adelard Lionel Brault.
  • SB366: T.C. Williams High School; opening 2006 school year.
  • SB369: Domestic relations documents; certain required information be contained in separate addendum.
  • SB370: Cord Blood Bank Initiative; established.
  • SB371: Subdivision ordinance; optional provisions in Fairfax County.
  • SB372: Law-enforcement vehicle; penalty for impersonating or misrepresenting.
  • SB652: Passenger rail transportation liability; limitations.
  • SB666: Public-Private Transportation Act; allocation of concession payments.
  • SB680: Alcoholic beverage control; permissible conduct by manufacturers, and wine or beer wholesalers.
  • SB721: Highway improvements; expands present revenue-sharing fund program.
  • SB5008: Special Transportation Fund for Northern Virginia; established.
  • SJ86: Dulles Toll Road; joint sub. to study desirability of selling or leasing to private operator.
  • SJ239: Commending Inova Fairfax Hospital on the occasion of its 45th anniversary.
  • SJ253: Commending Inova Health System on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • SJ5039: Celebrating the life of Helen Lynch.
  • SR31: Resolution; commending the Virginia Union University men's basketball team.
  • SR32: Resolution; commending Peter M. Pufki.