Delegate Sam Nixon (R-Richmond)

Photo of Sam Nixon
Party
Republican
District
27: County of Chesterfield (part) [map]
Took Office
January 1994
Left Office
April 2010
Website
samnixon.com
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 83% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
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Recent Mentions on Blogs

State computer woes: Does <b>Sam Nixon</b> wish he&#39;d stayed in the <b>...</b>

September 2, 2010
Former Chesterfield Delegate Sam Nixon was appointed to be Chief Information Officer of the Virginia Information Technologies Agency just this past March. In part, Nixon was appointed because the VITA/Northrop Grumman ...

McDonnell Restructures VITA; Appoints <b>Del</b>. <b>Sam Nixon</b> As New Chief

March 24, 2010
Governor McDonnell Appoints Delegate Sam Nixon to Head Virginia Information Technology Agency As Chief Information Officer, Nixon Will Report Directly to Governor through Secretary of Technology Jim Duffey; McDonnell ...

<b>Delegate Sam Nixon</b> on WRVA | House Republican Caucus

September 16, 2009
Delgate Sam Nixon appeared on WRVA the morning of September 16 on the Jimmy Barrett show to discuss unemployment insurance and action by the Governor.

Video VPOD: <b>Del</b>. <b>Sam Nixon</b> | Bearing Drift

June 2, 2009
Del. Sam Nixon (R-27), chairman of the House Republican Caucus, takes time after the convention to discuss the necessity of a unified message between the House candidates and the statewide races, as well as the ...

<b>Delegate Sam Nixon</b> with Bearing Drift on Unemployment Insurance <b>...</b>

April 14, 2009
Delegate Sam Nixon discusses Unemployment Insurance and federal stimulus with Bearing Drift on podcast. Download Podcast Bearing Drift Post.

Recent Mentions in the Media

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These are all of the video clips of Sam Nixon’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 44 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB524: Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form.
  • HB528: Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents.
  • HB523: Income tax, state; exemption for any income taxed as long-term capital gain for federal income tax.
  • HB524: Lobbyist's disclosure statement; Secretary of Commonwealth to redesign form.
  • HB525: Medical information; notification to residents if their information is subject of database breach.
  • HB526: State Corporation Commission; filings that contain personal identifying information.
  • HB527: Elections, State Board of; provides for position of Director of Elections.
  • HB528: Physical restraint of student; requires school principal or his designee to notify parents.
  • HB529: Electronic notary public; evidence of identity in case of an electronic notarization.
  • HB530: Route 1; designating as Historic Route 1 in State.
  • HB531: Insurance rate filings; exempts insurance rate-related information filed with SCC from inspection.
  • HB532: Home service contract providers; exempts those that have certain worth from licensure regulation.
  • HB533: Steps to Advance Virginia's Energy Plan (SAVE) Act; created.
  • HB534: Distribution of handbills, etc.; grants Chesterfield County power to regulate and prohibit.
  • HB535: Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, postpones scheduled increase.
  • HJ155: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Jeffrey Alexander Reed.
  • HB544: Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); powers and duties of Authority.
  • HB545: Telephone service; alternatives to regulation.
  • HB1882: Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); revises composition of Board of Directors.
  • HB1883: Commonwealth, Secretary of; redesigns Lobbyist Disclosure Statement to clarify information.
  • HB1884: Credit reports; consumer reporting agency's duty to place security freeze thereon.
  • HB1885: Telephone regulatory alternatives; determination of competitiveness.
  • HB1886: Money order sales and transmission services; expands existing authority of SCC to regulate.
  • HB1887: Cancellation of property insurance policy; authorizes on grounds of foreclosure of deed of trust.
  • HB1888: Writ of fieri facias; repeals statutory mandate that every officer endorse thereon date & time.
  • HB1889: Unemployment benefits; minimum earnings requirement, extended benefits.
  • HB2044: Health information technology; Information Technology Investment Board establish advisory committee.
  • HB2497: Electronic government; Secretary of Technology to develop and implement strategies therefor.
  • HB2539: Enterprise Applications, Division of; established within VITA, appoint Chief Applications Officer.
  • HB2557: Health insurance plan, State; coverages and benefits.
  • HJ840: Commending Nicole Winter.
  • HB542: Insurance agents; notice of appointment.
  • HB543: Natural gas utilities; alternative ratemaking plan, report.
  • HB544: Richmond Metropolitan Authority (RMA); powers and duties of Authority.
  • HB545: Telephone service; alternatives to regulation.
  • HB546: Telephone systems, multiline; alternative method of providing emergency calls.
  • HB547: Unemployment compensation; maximum weekly benefit.
  • HB548: Alcoholic mixed beverages; holder of license to sell and serve dessert wine.
  • HB549: Insurance accounts; funding agreements.
  • HB927: Tax rates; requires localities to fix for ensuing year at least 30 days prior to approval of budget.
  • HB955: Public-Private Education Facilities & Infrastructure Act of 2002; definition of qualifying projects.
  • HB1504: Compromised Data Notification Act; created.
  • HB1505: Payday Loan Act; requires SCC to contract with one or more parties to develop, etc. database.
  • HB1506: Reckless driving; violation of right-of-way resulting in death of another.
  • HB1530: Foster children; placement of siblings together.
  • HJ364: Commending Peter Zaino.
  • HJ613: Commending the agencies and vendors involved in moving the Commonwealth's computing center.
  • HJ6020: Celebrating the life of Kevin Mason Cheatham.
  • HB566: Wages and salaries; payments by employers.
  • HB571: Preneed funeral contracts; clarifies deposits in trust accounts thereof.
  • HB572: Medical assistance services; burial expenses disregard from countable resources.
  • HB2065: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; modifies disclosure form.
  • HB2066: Unemployment compensation; increases maximum weekly benefit.
  • HB2196: Chief Information Officer; powers and duties.
  • HB2197: Libraries; state funded shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions.
  • HB2198: Electronic health records; requires those purchased by state agency to adhere to accepted standard.
  • HB2393: Medical Examiner's reports; confidential except when death of prisoner committed in local facility.
  • HB2394: Insurance companies; confidentiality of analyses.
  • HB2722: Burial expenses; increase disregard from countable resources when calculating Medicaid eligibility.
  • HB2723: Communications sales and use tax; exemptions include military base customers.
  • HB2724: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain property purchased by churches.
  • HB3035: Insurance; unfair claims settlement practices.
  • HB3105: Child day centers, licensed; approved credentials for program directors.
  • HB3106: Richmond Metroplitan Authority (RMA); revises composition of Board of Directors.
  • HB3153: Income tax, state; SCC to determine tax costs for investor-owned public utilities.
  • HB563: Court records; removes sunset provision on prohibiting information from court-controlled website.
  • HB564: Freedom of Information Act; posting of minutes by state boards and commissions.
  • HB565: Workers' compensation; requires compensation for temporary partial disability up to 13 wks.
  • HB566: Wages and salaries; payments by employers.
  • HB567: Unemployment compensation; increases maximum weekly benefit.
  • HB568: Communications tax reform; revises services, report.
  • HB569: Cigarette tax; increases penalty for failure to properly affix stamps.
  • HB570: Public libraries; technology protection measures.
  • HB571: Preneed funeral contracts; clarifies deposits in trust accounts thereof.
  • HB572: Medical assistance services; burial expenses disregard from countable resources.
  • HB573: Burial insurance; agent licensing.
  • HB574: Youth trapping license; created.
  • HB575: Trapping; exempts trappers using body grip traps that are completely submerged.
  • HB576: Retail sales and use tax; exemption for certain church property.
  • HB577: Children's group homes and residential facilites; regulatory requirements for licensure.
  • HB774: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; joint agreements.
  • HJ60: Comprehensive Services Act; JLARC to evaluate adminstration thereof.
  • HJ271: Commending the General Federation of Women Clubs of Virginia; occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ344: Commending Lt. Steven V. Traylor; Firefighters Michael C. Harrell and William J. Jeffords.
  • HJ380: Celebrating the life of Anne Kincaid.
  • HJ472: Celebrating the life of retired Police Chief Joseph E. Pittman, Jr.
  • HJ521: Commending the Meadowbrook High School Monarchs men's basketball team.
  • HJ5105: Celebrating the life of Elizabeth Burgess Davis.