Sen. Amanda Chase (R-Midlothian)

Photo of Amanda Chase
Party
Republican
District
11: Chesterfield County (Part), Colonial Heights City (All), Amelia County (All) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Education and Health, Local Government, Privileges and Elections, Transportation
Age
48
Website
chase4senate.com
Copatroning Habits
79% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 86% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 59% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
0% in 2017
Recent Mentions in the Media

With court battles on coal ash raging, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring stays on sidelines so far:

April 21, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

Stalled Tranlin deal looms large in debate over Chesterfield megasite:

April 20, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

Police body cameras spark war of words between Chesterfield's elected leaders:

April 6, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

Governor visits jail, calls heroin recovery program 'eye-opening':

April 18, 2018
  Chesterfield ObserverFull coverage

Saturday: RPV State Central Meeting: Updated:

March 24, 2018
  Bearing Drift (press release) (blog)Full coverage

These are all of the video clips of Amanda Chase’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2016. There are 3 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB20: Regulatory reduction pilot program; Department of Planning and Budget to implement, report.
  • SB701: License plates, special; ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION.
  • SB702: Private preschool programs; licensure exemptions.
  • SB704: Private preschool programs; background checks.
  • SB708: Coal combustion residuals unit; DEQ to require closure.
  • SB710: Third-party voter registration groups; registration, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements.
  • SB712: President and Vice President electors; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district.
  • SB714: Local economic development; expenditure shall be first approved by local governing body.
  • SB715: Firefighters and emergency medical services providers; carrying a concealed handgun.
  • SB716: Background checks; Department of State Police shall recommend, etc., options to expedite process.
  • SB717: Accident and sickness insurance; rate filings, agent commissions.
  • SB718: Congressional and state legislative districts; standards and criteria.
  • SB720: Form of ballot; party identification of candidates.
  • SB721: Health care services; practitioners to provide to patient payment estimates.
  • SB911: Eminent domain; redefines lost profits.
  • SB912: Law-enforcement officers, retired; carrying a concealed handgun, return to work.
  • SB913: Voters; review of assignments in districts throughout the Commonwealth.
  • SB914: School calendar; opening day of the school year.
  • SB916: Health benefit plans; sale by authorized foreign health insurers.
  • SB917: Handheld photo speed monitoring devices; officer may operate near school crossing zone.
  • SJ2: Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
  • SJ3: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference).
  • SR20: Commending Thierry G. Dupuis.
  • SR22: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen III.
  • SR47: Commending the Manchester Middle School basketball team.
  • SB723: Campaign finance; contributions from out-of-state sources prohibited.
  • SB791: Concealed handgun permits; fee for processing.
  • SB835: Income tax, corporate; lowers tax rate to 2.5 percent.
  • SB836: License taxes; if locality imposes tax upon business, tax shall be based upon Va. taxable income.
  • SB837: Electors for President and Vice President; allocation of electoral votes by congressional district.
  • SB849: Income tax, state; creates a deduction for small business owners.
  • SB871: Third-party registration groups; registration, disclosure, and recordkeeping requirements, etc.
  • SB872: Absentee voting; applications and ballots; photo identification required.
  • SB1422: Law enforcement, local; fees for concealed handgun permits, courthouse and courtroom security.
  • SB1449: Red Tape Reduction Commission; established, report.
  • SB1450: Concealed handguns; permit holders' possession on property of public higher educational institution.
  • SJ113: Constitutional amendment; term limits for members of General Assembly.
  • SJ120: Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor, residency requirement (first reference).
  • SJ224: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly term limits (first reference).
  • SJ225: Constitutional amendment (first resolution); qualifications of Governor; residency requirement.
  • SB615: Purchase of weapons other than handguns by certain officers.
  • SB616: Out-of-state concealed handgun permits; photo identification.
  • SB677: Concealed handgun permits; fees.
  • SB723: Campaign finance; contributions from out-of-state sources prohibited.
  • SJ113: Constitutional amendment; term limits for members of General Assembly.
  • SJ120: Constitutional amendment; qualifications of Governor, residency requirement (first reference).
  • SJ156: Commending Savannah Morgan Lane.