Delegate 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
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Science and Technology (Chair), Transportation
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.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
14.3% in 2014
Campaign Contributions
$266,449.73 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
DuPont Fabros Technology LP Wholesale Data Centers and REIT DC $5,000
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC Inc. Political Action Committee Falmouth $2,500
NVTC Tech PAC Technology Herndon $2,500
Associated Builders and Contractors of Virginia PAC Construction Chantilly $2,016
Evan B. McMahon Construction DC $2,000
Alpha Natural Resources Services LLC Energy Abingdon $1,500
Dominion Political Action Committee Energy Richmond $1,000
Michael J. Choutka Executive Oakton $1,000
Community Loans of America, Inc. Consumer Finance GA $1,000
William H. Dean Construction Sterling $1,000

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Recent Mentions in the Media

W*USA 9: Comstock takes ride on Silver Line, discusses future

May 8, 2015
"It's odd for Barbara Comstock to act like a supporter of the Metro Silver Line when, in 2013, as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, she voted against providing $300 million in critical funding for Phase II of this important project," said ...Rep. Comstock Rides to Reston to Make a PointReston Nowall 4 news articles »

WTOP: Congressional leaders work to balance growth at DCA, Dulles airports

May 5, 2015
Mark Warner, Sen. Tim Kaine, Rep. Don Beyer, Rep. Barbara Comstock, Rep. Gerry Connolly and D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton say Congressional permission for some long-haul flights from Reagan National to the West Coast, and other growth at the ...DC-area lawmakers to Congress: Stay out of our airport businessThe HillLawmakers: Don't overburden Reagan National with more flightsW*USA 9Lawmakers: Don't Change Reagan Airport RulesRoll Call (blog)Washington Post (blog) -FairfaxNews.comall 11 news articles »

Environment & Energy Publishing: Bipartisan legacy endangered as COMPETES hits House floor

May 18, 2015
Barbara Comstock (R-Va.), would review federal research for unjustified burdens and for unnecessary requirements and duplication, and recommend cost-saving reforms. H.R. 1162, a measure from Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.), would increase transparency and ...and more »

Inside NoVA: McLean Chamber lauds exemplary students, teachers, staff

May 15, 2015
Rising senior Henry Ahn (center) receives the McLean High School Student of the Year Award on May 14 from U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-10th) and Del. Marcus Simon (D-53rd), board chairman of the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce. (Photo by ...

Inside NoVA: Del. Murphy picks up endorsement of Fairfax Chamber PAC

May 7, 2015
Republican Craig Parisot and Democrat Kathleen Murphy won nominations for the January special election to fill the seat of Del. Barbara Comstock (R-34th), who was elected to Congress. Murphy won, and the pair will face off again in the November 2015 ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Barbara Comstock’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2010. There are 102 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.