Delegate Terrie Suit (R-Virginia Beach)

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Party
Republican
District
81: Cities of Chesapeake (part) and Virginia Beach (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2000
Left Office
October 2008
Website
terriesuit.com
Copatroning Habits
84% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 66% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 69% of them are Republicans.
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Bio

Del. Suit stepped down on October 12 to take a job as a lobbyist with Williams Mullen.

Recent Mentions on Blogs

Governor McAuliffe speaks to VAR <b>Delegate</b> Body by VARbuzz

April 11, 2014
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe addresses the VAR Delegate Body in Richmond. VAR CEO Terrie Suit and Chief of Finance Rick Lugg at the Delegate Body meeting. For even more photos from the Delegate Body meeting, ...

Bored Young Professionals: Farewell <b>Delegate Terrie Suit</b>

September 12, 2008
Wednesday brought the sad news that Delegate Terrie Suit (R-Virginia Beach) will step down on October 12 to take a lobbyist job at Richmond firm Williams Mullen. Delegate Suit has proven over her 8 years that she is a ...

Avenging Archangel: <b>Terrie Suit</b> To Leave General Assembly

September 10, 2008
Delegate Terrie Suit has announced her intention to resign from the Virginia House of Delegates. In turn, she will become a lobbyist. The Virginian-Pravda's coverage http://hamptonroads.com/2008/09/virginia-beach-del-terrie-suit-will-resign- become-lobbyist. Kicking her on the way out the door is Virginia News ... On two sites (Bearing Drift and hamptonroads.com) he's left departing comments on Terrie Suit. Of course, Greenmun was part of a 2007 write-in slate that ...

<b>Terrie Suit</b> to resign | VIVIAN J. PAIGE | All Politics is Local

September 9, 2008
PilotOnline is reporting that Del. Terrie Suit is going to resign from the General Assembly. ... The resignation opens up the seat in the 81st district, which Suit won in 1999 over former delegate Glenn Croshaw. It will be ...

Howell on <b>Terrie Suit&#39;s</b> Retirement | Virginia Virtucon

September 9, 2008
Statement of House Speaker William J. Howell -- on Retirement of Delegate Terrie L. Suit -- RICHMOND, VA – Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates William J. Howell (R-Stafford) today issued the following statement on ...

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Bills

  • HB1074: Custody & visitation orders; expedited hearings for those on active military duty.
  • HB1082: Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax.
  • HB1584: Common Interest Community Board; managers must hold valid licenses issued thereby.
  • HB516: Common Interest Communities
  • HB517: Onsite soil evaluators; classes.
  • HB518: Onsite soil evaluators; exemptions from license requirements.
  • HB519: Eminent domain; offer of repurchase to former owner.
  • HB520: Freedom of Information Act; exemptions for local or regional military organizations.
  • HB521: Mechanics' lien; those against vehicles owned by active duty members of military.
  • HB522: Jet bases; land use adjacent to certain.
  • HB523: Vehicle safety inspection; extends time for members of armed services.
  • HB524: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for certain military personnel.
  • HB525: Vehicle registration fees; exempts member and dependent of armed forces of United States.
  • HB1073: Housing and Community Development, Department of; administration of the Private Activity Bonds.
  • HB1074: Custody & visitation orders; expedited hearings for those on active military duty.
  • HB1075: Alcoholic beverage control; powers and duties of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
  • HB1076: Property Owners' Association Act; adds new definitions and sets limits for disclosure packet fees.
  • HB1077: Real Estate Time Share Act; obligation for fees and limitation on actions.
  • HB1078: Vested rights and nonconforming uses; changes to provisions.
  • HB1079: Zoning, Board of; structure permitted by variance may be expanded under certain conditions.
  • HB1080: Income tax, state; credits for care, protection, and adoption of certain animals.
  • HB1081: Elevator mechanics; Board for Contractors to issue temporary certifications in event of shortage.
  • HB1082: Virginia Housing Trust Fund; creates dedicated source of funding via percentage of recordation tax.
  • HB1083: Environmental impact reports; exempts state/local authority from submission on major state project.
  • HB1487: Mortgage Lender & Broker Act; SCC to enforce certain laws for home ownership protection.
  • HJ155: Emergency responses; Hampton Roads Planning District Commission to study automatic aide.
  • HJ184: Wild Spanish mustangs; recognizing historic value and importance of last known herd living.
  • HJ330: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer Second Class (SEAL) Joseph Clark Schwedler.
  • HJ331: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class (SEAL) Jason D. Lewis.
  • HJ332: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Robert R. McRill.
  • HJ333: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Steven P. Daugherty.
  • HJ334: Celebrating the life of Seaman Freddie Neal Porter, Jr.
  • HJ335: Celebrating the life of Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Mark T. Carter.
  • HJ337: Commending Special Operator Senior Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Douglas M. Day.
  • HJ387: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Richard Francis Andersen, Jr.
  • HJ441: Celebrating the life of Ralph D. Stevenson.
  • HJ542: Celebrating the life of Special Operator Senior Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Thomas John Valentine.
  • HJ543: Celebrating the life of Special Operator Chief Petty Officer
  • HJ544: Celebrating the life of Special Operator Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Nathan Hall Hardy.
  • HJ545: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Luis Ariel Souffront.
  • HJ6006: Constitutional amendment; establishment of special regional transportation funds (first reference).
  • HJ6018: Celebrating the life of Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Lance M. Vaccaro.
  • HB92: Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund.
  • HB384: Military school age persons; those in geographical boundaries of schools not to be charged tuition.
  • HB1814: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain aircraft.
  • HB1815: Alcoholic beverage control; adds a meal-assembly kitchen license.
  • HB1816: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; early termination of leases by military personnel.
  • HB1817: Vehicle titling and registration; exemptions for certain military service members.
  • HB1818: Safety inspection requirements; exemptions for vehicles owned by military service members, etc.
  • HB1819: Private land; no takings for purpose of conservation.
  • HB1820: Condemnation by authorities; exercise of power of eminent domain must be approved by governing body.
  • HB1821: Income tax, state; provides an age deduction.
  • HB1822: Tuition, in-state; reduced for certain military members.
  • HB1823: Right to Farm Act; adds cities and towns to certain provisions.
  • HB1824: Housing authorities; limits power to acquire property w/in conservation area through eminent domain.
  • HB1825: Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund.
  • HB1826: Income tax, state; bicyclists' tax credits for businesses and individuals.
  • HB1827: Human Anti-Trafficking Act; created, report.
  • HB1871: Condominium & Property Owners' Assoc. Acts; provides for electronic delivery of cancellation notice.
  • HB1994: Title insurance; authorizes title insurance company, agency, or agent to pay premium to agent.
  • HB1995: Alcoholic beverage sale nuisances; locality by its mayor, etc. may petition court to enjoin sale.
  • HB1996: Tuition, in-state; clarifies eligibility for dependents of certain military personnel.
  • HB1997: Military property; notify members of General Assembly if conveying property owned by State.
  • HB1998: Charitable gaming; definition of instant bingo, pull tabs, seal cards, and regulation of suppliers.
  • HB1999: Hampton Roads Bridge and Tunnel Authority; created.
  • HB2009: Housing Authorities Law; exercise of eminent domain authority & compensation for certain landowners.
  • HB2010: Affordable housing; localities that adopt program of bonus density will be allowed certain incentiv.
  • HB2011: Residential Property Disclosure Act; amends required residential property disclosure statement.
  • HB2012: Wild Spanish Mustangs Fund; created.
  • HB2013: Aircraft; establishes separate class of tangible personal property therefor.
  • HB2014: Income tax, state; subtraction for military retirement income.
  • HB2015: Condominium Act; eliminates requirement for escrowing deposits for commercial condominium.
  • HB2016: Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; delivery of resale certificates packets, etc.
  • HB2017: Real Estate Time-Share Act; provides for limited liability of developer for injuries to persons.
  • HB2690: Virginia Military Advisory Council; adds Secretary of Public Safety to membership, report.
  • HB2691: Environmental Health Education and Training Fund; created.
  • HB2692: Onsite Sewage Indemnification Fund; limitations.
  • HB3087: Health spas; allows owner to transfer ownership of facility & all its contracts to new owner.
  • HB3162: Contractors, Board for; voluntary certification of elevator mechanics.
  • HJ874: Celebrating the life of Arthur G. Rohm.
  • HB78: Zoning ordinance; reconstruction/restoration of involuntarily damaged or destroyed nonconformities.
  • HB92: Housing Trust Fund; name change, deposit of recordation tax revenues into Fund.
  • HB93: Environmental site assessments; local government to adopt ordinances requiring.
  • HB94: Eminent domain; definition of public uses.
  • HB239: Marriage; fee for ceremony.
  • HB240: Tuition; no charges for children of relocated military personnel.
  • HB241: Repurchase to former owner; offer thereof cannot be waived.
  • HB381: Certificate of public need; authorization of certain amendment.
  • HB382: Professional librarians; qualifications.
  • HB383: Home service contract providers; certain exemptions.
  • HB384: Military school age persons; those in geographical boundaries of schools not to be charged tuition.
  • HB525: Charitable gaming; revises several existing definitions.
  • HB693: Real Estate Time-Share Act; provides for nonjudicial foreclosure of liens.
  • HB694: Sports Facility Authority; authority to include all professional sports & changes name thereto.
  • HB695: In-state tuition; dependents of active duty military personnel shall be eligible to receive.
  • HB696: Fair Housing Law; removes exemption of single-family house from certain section.
  • HB698: Mortgage brokers; dual compensation.
  • HB699: Housing Authorities Law; various changes to update provisions.
  • HB975: U.S. Navy Master Jet Base; land use adjacent to certain.
  • HB976: Motor Vehicle Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for military personnel.
  • HB1418: Line of Duty Act; payment of benefits.
  • HB1536: Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; property of deceased tenants.
  • HB1584: Manufactured Housing Lot Rental Act; owners to charge residents for actual utility costs & services.
  • HJ291: Celebrating the life of Marine Captain James C. Edge.
  • HJ292: Celebrating the life of Glenn Richard Goetsch.
  • HJ293: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Kenith Casica.
  • HJ370: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class (SEAL) Jeffrey S. Taylor.
  • HJ371: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Michael M. McGreevy.
  • HJ372: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer First Class Jeffrey A. Lucas.
  • HJ373: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Commander Erik S. Kristensen.
  • HJ374: Celebrating the life of Petty Officer Second Class (SEAL) Danny P. Dietz.
  • HJ375: Celebrating the life of Fire Controlman Chief (SEAL) Jacques J. Fontan.
  • HJ432: Celebrating the life of Corporal George A. Lutz II.
  • HR505: Celebrating the life of Chief Petty Officer Paul J. Darga.