Delegate Chuck Caputo (D-Oak Hill)

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67: Counties of Fairfax (part) and Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2006
Left Office
January 2010
Copatroning Habits
64% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 83% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 59% of them are Democrats.
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Recent Mentions in the Media

Loudoun Times-Mirror: Newcomer Nguyen challenges LeMunyon for 67th District

October 12, 2013
The election for delegate in Virginia's 67th District, which has just under 5,000 voters in Loudoun with the remaining 47,525 in Fairfax, pits a political newcomer against a two-time incumbent. Jim LeMunyon was first elected to the House of Delegates ...

Washington Post (blog): Fairfax County Democratic, GOP parties under new leadership

March 28, 2012
3 when he defeated Barbara L. Caputo in a heated race. Caputo, 60, of Herndon, was the Democratic Committee's regional vice chair-north. Her husband is former Del. C. Charles ?Chuck? Caputo. Aguila, 46, whose family has roots in Peru, was born in the ...and more »

Asian Fortune: Hung Nguyen: A Politician by Necessity

September 19, 2013
The Nguyen family is joined by several supporters, (L-R) Chair of the Hunter Mill District Democratic Committee Robert Haley, former member of the Virginia House of Delegates Chuck Caputo, Virginia Delegate Mark Keam, Herndon Town Councilwoman ...

Washington Post: Virginia's lower house

October 25, 2009
Virginia's lower houseDistrict 67: Chuck Caputo, a Democrat widely respected for his expertise on education and his legislative know-how, is the longtime incumbent in this district, which has experienced explosive growth. Mr. Caputo is a sane, sober lawmaker who has pushed ...and more »

Washington Post: Virginia elects a new governor

November 3, 2009
Virginians went to the polls Tuesday for an off-year election with races for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and the state House of Delegates, and they handed the Republicans their first governor's race win since 1997 and first House ...

From this Legislator’s Twitter Feed

October 25, 2009

CCCaputo67: The Washington Post just endorsed my campaign! Read the endorsement here: #

October 21, 2009

CCCaputo67: Here come the newspaper endorsements! Read the Fairfax Times and Loudoun Times endorsement of my campaign here: #

October 16, 2009

CCCaputo67: Thanks to the Fairfax Deputy Sheriffs Coalition for their endorsement. You guys stay safe out there! Read more: #

October 13, 2009

CCCaputo67: We had so much fun with the Governor yesterday and knocked almost 2,000 doors in one day! See pictures here: #

October 11, 2009

CCCaputo67: Join me tomorrow for a volunteer rally at Greenbriar East Elementary, 3pm, with Gov. Tim Kaine! #

These are all of the video clips of Chuck Caputo’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 5 video clips in all.


  • HB735: Involuntary commitment hearing; certain requirement for 3rd yr. law student to represent petitioner.
  • HB749: Standards of Quality; apportionment of state & local share for costs of giving educational programs.
  • HB2295: Two-Year College Transfer Grant; increases annual amount.
  • HB2296: Income tax, corporate; extends sunset date of major business facility job tax credit.
  • HB2297: Underaged drinking; person charged with who summons assistance is eligible for deferred disposition.
  • HB2298: Income tax, state; qualified adoption expenses tax credit.
  • HB2299: HOV lanes; extend sunset provision allowing those vehicles bearing clean special fuel license plate.
  • HB2300: Mental Health, Mental Retardation & Substance Abuse Services, Department of; name change.
  • HB2301: Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason, special provisions for military.
  • HB2572: Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit.
  • HB2573: Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit.
  • HB2591: Sewage sludge; DEQ to collect samples during unannounced inspection of land where biosolids applied.
  • HB2592: Electric vehicles; creates separate class of property tax for rate purposes.
  • HB2631: Firearms show; Fairfax County may require criminal history record information from promoter thereof.
  • HJ716: Affordable housing; Department of Housing and Community Development and Taxation to jointly study.
  • HJ748: Commending the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
  • HJ803: Commending the Friends of Vale Schoolhouse, Inc., on the occasion of its 75th anniversary.
  • HJ5018: Commending the Chantilly High School robotics team.
  • HB731: Economic Development Partnership Authority; adds Chancellor of Community College System to Board.
  • HB732: Income tax, corporate and state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit.
  • HB733: Restroom Access Act; created.
  • HB734: Public libraries; possession of firearms on premises prohibited.
  • HB735: Involuntary commitment hearings; third-year law students may represent petitioner.
  • HB736: Retirement System; average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers.
  • HB737: Independent examiner; records to be reviewed.
  • HB738: Retirement System; purchase of prior service credit.
  • HB739: Retirement System; retired members to continue receiving retirement allowance.
  • HB740: Underaged drinking; eligibility for deferred disposition.
  • HB741: Involuntary mental health treatment; prohibition from purchasing, etc. firearms.
  • HB742: Corporations; business office of registered agent.
  • HB743: Income tax, state; qualified adoption expenses tax credit.
  • HB744: Income tax, state; deduction for energy-efficient equipment.
  • HB745: Criminal history record information; adds definition of firearms show vendor.
  • HB746: Child day center; possession of firearms on premises prohibited.
  • HB747: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those paid, imposed on certain drivers, refund fees.
  • HB748: Innovative Technology Authority; board of directors.
  • HB749: Standards of Quality; apportionment of state & local share for costs of giving educational programs.
  • HB760: Mentally retarded; replaces term with intellectually disabled.
  • HB1072: Fire-safe cigarettes; prohibits manufacture, etc. unless tested to meet performance standard.
  • HB1421: Renewable Energy Research Grant Program; established.
  • HJ108: Affordable housing; Departments of Housing and Community Development, and Taxation to study.
  • HJ145: Commending the Westfield High School football team.
  • HJ146: Commending the Chantilly High School cheerleading squad.
  • HJ154: Firearms; joint subcommittee to study laws and policies relating to purchase, etc. in state.
  • HJ376: Celebrating the life of Erin Peterson.
  • HJ377: Celebrating the life of Reema Samaha.
  • HJ404: Commending Inova Fair Oaks Hospital on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
  • HJ5018: Commending the Chantilly High School robotics team.
  • HB1872: Community College Transfer Scholarship Program Fund; created.
  • HB1873: Doctors of medicine, osteopathy, and podiatry; expungement of disciplinary report if without merit.
  • HB1874: Temporary driver's permits; limitation on validity.
  • HB1875: Standards of Learning; waiver requirements for certain students.
  • HB1876: Wireless telecommunications devices; use by certain drivers.
  • HB1877: Credit report; individual who is victim of identity theft may freeze access thereto.
  • HB1878: Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment deduction.
  • HB1879: Income tax, state; qualified adoption expenses tax credit.
  • HB1880: Personal Property Tax Relief; adds to definition of 'qualifying vehicle'.
  • HB1881: Health insurance; increases credit for retired teachers.
  • HB1882: Retirement System; increases average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers.
  • HB2643: Income tax, state; senior citizen tax relief.
  • HB2644: Misdemeanor and felony fixed fees; increase thereof.
  • HB3124: Felons; employer responsibility to give notice when certain offenders work near children.
  • HB3125: Income tax, state; energy-efficient equipment tax credit.
  • HB3206: Admission to bail; persons not lawfully present in United States.
  • HJ605: Emergency preparedness plans for Virginia Community College System; resources.
  • HJ606: Interstate Route 66; VDOT requested to extend hours during which shoulder lanes may be used.
  • HJ607: State highway, passenger rail, and mass transit programs; joint subcommittee to study financing.
  • HJ666: Commending Leadership Fairfax, Inc. on the occasionof its 20th anniversary.
  • HJ757: General Assembly; television coverage of legislative sessions.
  • HJ766: Commending Thomas and Ilona Russell.
  • HJ799: Celebrating the life of David Alan Denne.
  • HJ818: Commending the Chantilly High School football team.
  • HB276: Standards of Quality; adjustments for English as second language and special education programs.
  • HB277: Real estate tax; increases amount of exemptions for elderly or disabled in Northern Virginia.
  • HB1183: Public Procurement Act; procurement of professional services.
  • HB1325: Juveniles; Dept.of Social Services to establish amount of support.
  • HJ156: Commending the Oakton High School football team.
  • HJ157: Commending Gary A. Reese.
  • HJ5016: Commending Kristen Fields-Reedy.
  • HJ5081: Celebrating the life of Laura Jean Anderson McBride.
  • HJ5084: Celebrating the life of Vicky O. Armel.
  • HJ5096: Commending the Oakton High School girls' lacrosse team.
  • HJ5099: Commending the Chantilly High School economics team.
  • HJ5109: Celebrating the life of Shirley O. Nelson.
  • HJ5113: Commending Best Buddies Virginia.