Del. Barbara Comstock (R-McLean)

Photo of Barbara Comstock
Party
Republican
District
34: Counties of Fairfax (part) and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2010
Left Office
January 2015
Website
comstockfordelegate.com
Copatroning Habits
74% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 79% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 66% of them are Republicans.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Fairfax Connection: Republican Requiem in Virginia

November 6, 2019 | 10:05 pm
  

Tysons Reporter: Statewide Blue Wave Reaches Fairfax County Shores

November 6, 2019 | 3:45 pm
  

WUSA9.com: Democrat Dan Helmer is winner of pivotal Virginia House race in Fairfax, Prince William counties

November 5, 2019 | 10:26 pm
  

Washington Post: The Latest: Ex-Navy aviator wins race for open Senate seat

November 5, 2019 | 9:42 pm
  

WUSA9.com: Pivotal Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William races could change the course of Virginia elections

November 4, 2019 | 3:00 am
  

These are all of the video clips of Barbara Comstock’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 90 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; emergency award to claimant shall not exceed $3000, etc.
  • HB889: Economics education & financial literacy; Bd. of Education to develop online course of instruction.
  • HB1: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; emergency award to claimant shall not exceed $3000, etc.
  • HB28: Higher educational institutions; admission of students domiciled in Virginia.
  • HB82: Driver of motor vehicle following too closely; includes non-motor vehicles.
  • HB386: School calendar; local school boards responsbile for setting and determining opening day.
  • HB387: Newborns; critical congenital heart defect screening.
  • HB862: Kindergarten program, full-day ; local school board that does not offer to develop plan to phase in.
  • HB889: Economics education & financial literacy; Bd. of Education to develop online course of instruction.
  • HB994: Human trafficking offenses; Va. Code Commission to amend catchline to a code to reflect proper term.
  • HB999: Virginia Major Employer Research Performance Grant Program; created.
  • HB1044: Banks; bank director's ownership of shares.
  • HB1155: Crimes; seizure and forfeiture of property.
  • HB1174: Auxiliary police officers; firearms training standard.
  • HB1183: Virginia Transportation Solutions Working Group; name change.
  • HB1220: Research and development, qualified; increases amount of tax credit for expenses.
  • HJ285: Commending the Honorable Frank R. Wolf.
  • HJ482: Celebrating the life of Mildred Lonergan McAuliffe.
  • HR127: Commending Boy Scout Troop 128.
  • HR521: Celebrating the life of Thomas Joseph Russo.
  • HR572: Commending William J. Kilberg.
  • HR575: Commending McLean Youth Athletics, Inc.
  • HR579: Commending the Old Brogue.
  • HB549: Child support arrearages; publication of names.
  • HB1309: School calendar; local school boards responsible for setting and determining opening of school year.
  • HB1385: Labor organization representation; right to vote by secret ballot.
  • HB1556: Divisionwide ratios of students to teachers; changes to schoolwide ratio.
  • HB1573: Financial institutions; contract provision requiring amendment or waiver to be in writing, etc.
  • HB1699: Personal property tax, tangible; computer equipment & peripherals used in data centers, definition.
  • HB1700: Students; admission of those domiciled in State at higher educational institutions.
  • HB1930: Income tax, state; adjusts elements of VA individual income tax annually to account for inflation.
  • HB1931: Employee's personal information; employer not required to release, communicate, etc., to 3rd party.
  • HB1933: Lyme disease; written information to patient when ordering laboratory test for presence of disease.
  • HB2040: Noise abatement practices and technologies; VDOT's evaluation extended for two additional years.
  • HB2070: Mass Transit; removes all current allocations made by CTB and implements performance-based funding.
  • HB2115: Telephone carriers; intrastate switched access charges.
  • HB2162: Money order sales and money transmission services; provisions.
  • HB2255: Voter lists; State Board of Elections to update, etc, list of persons who voted at elections, etc.
  • HJ91: National Women's History Museum; Congress to support establishing in Washington, D.C.
  • HJ92: Value-added tax; memorializing members of Va. Delegation of Congress of United States to oppose.
  • HJ766: Commending Adele Lebowitz.
  • HR170: Celebrating the life of Anthony David Blankley.
  • HB33: Public procurement; state agency agreements with labor organizations.
  • HB216: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption includes certain computer equipment and enabling software.
  • HB545: VDOT; allowed to drive on portion of highway other than a roadway to/from scene of traffic accident.
  • HB546: Gang crimes; includes definition of predicate criminal act.
  • HB547: School divisions, local; may use unexpended state funds to provide one-time bonus to teachers.
  • HB548: Higher educational institution; implement policies that recognize scheduling obligation by military.
  • HB549: Child support arrearages; publication of names.
  • HB550: Agency reports; submission in written or electronic format.
  • HB551: Telework expenses tax credit; extended for employers through December 31, 2016.
  • HB1013: Income tax, state & corporate; extends subtraction for capital gains from investments in businesses.
  • HB1014: State employee associations; prohibits payroll deductions.
  • HB1015: Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for State businesses.
  • HJ90: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • HJ91: National Women's History Museum; Congress to support establishing in Washington, D.C.
  • HJ92: Value-added tax; memorializing members of Va. Delegation of Congress of United States to oppose.
  • HJ288: Commending the McLean Project for the Arts on its 50th anniversary.
  • HJ501: Commending James D. Swinson.
  • HR36: Celebrating the life of Barbara Williams Hahne.
  • HR41: Celebrating the life of Robert Anthony Snow.
  • HR68: Commending Simple Changes, Inc.
  • HB2196: Government Transparency Advisory Council; established, searchable database website established.
  • HB2197: Income tax, corporate; telework expenses tax credit.
  • HB2198: Employment of personnel; if executive branch employee is promoted, requires probationary period.
  • HB2199: Journalists; prohibits a body authority to issue a subpoena to testify regarding any information.
  • HB2200: Computers; facilitating certain offenses involving children.
  • HB2201: Payroll Services Bureau; DPB to require participation of executive branch state agencies.
  • HB2202: Child support arrearage; Division of Child Support Enforcement to publish name of delinquent parent.
  • HB2203: Allocation of revenue-sharing funds; removes priority structure to localities.
  • HB2204: School divisions, local; use any unexpended state funds to provide a one-time bonus to all teachers.
  • HB2205: Commonwealth, Secretary of the; acceptance of certain electronic signatures.
  • HB2206: Bulk Sales; repeals Title 8.6A of Code of Virginia which is considered obsolete.
  • HB2207: State employees; removes statutory formulas for calculating sick leave & personal leave.
  • HB2440: Prostitution; expungement of charge if person was forced.
  • HB2455: Municipal utility services; notice of adverse judgment.
  • HB2523: Alcoholic beverage control; license suspension or revocation.
  • HJ642: VAT; urging Virginia delegation of Congress to oppose legislation that would levy on certain goods.
  • HJ643: Lyme Disease Awareness Month; designating as May 2011, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ655: Commending Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
  • HJ734: Pope John Paul II's Pilgrimage Day; designating as June 2, 2011, & each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ779: Celebrating the life of Francis V. Gardner.
  • HJ783: Commending the McLean Orchestra.
  • HJ784: Commending the McLean Youth Orchestra.
  • HJ860: Commending the Fairfax County Park Authority.
  • HJ916: Commending the Fairfax County Public Schools winners of Governor's Awards.
  • HR67: Commending the Honorable Robert H. Bork.
  • HR71: Celebrating the life of Betty Frazer Greer.
  • HR667: Commending the Honorable Robert H. Bork.
  • HB896: Income tax, corporate; rate reduction for small businesses.
  • HB897: Lyme disease; required to be reported to Board of Health and prescription for long-term use.
  • HB898: Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually.
  • HB899: Higher educational institutions; certain governing bodies to establish rules to increase domiciles.
  • HB900: Offshore drilling; portion of royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB1372: Economic Development Partnership; change title for Executive Director.
  • HJ387: Celebrating the life of Lawona R. Spencer.