Del. Charniele Herring (D-Alexandria)

Photo of Charniele Herring
Party
Democratic
District
46: City of Alexandria (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2009
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Counties, Cities and Towns, Courts of Justice
Website
herringfordelegate.com
Twitter
@C_Herring
Copatroning Habits
74% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 74% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 56% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
25% in 2018
Bio

An attorney and government contractor, Del. Herring was elected in a special election after Del. Brian Moran stepped down from the seat to run for governor. She earned a BA in Economics from George Mason University and a JD from Catholic University

Recent Mentions in the Media

Beaumont Enterprise: Crime Commission kicks off hearings on mass shootings

August 18, 2019 | 5:10 pm
  RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia's Crime Commission will devote two days this week to mass shootings and other gun violence, issues vexing a state where 32 died in ...

Bacon's Rebellion: Gun Issues Return to Capitol Monday, Tuesday

August 17, 2019 | 1:11 pm
  Proposed firearms regulations will pack a General Assembly meeting room Monday and Tuesday, and for that portion of the population not already locked into ...

Roanoke Times: Attorney General: Against the law for militia members to assume role of police

August 16, 2019 | 5:25 pm
  People dressed in fatigues, carrying military-style assault weapons, walking around telling people they are there to keep the peace are likely breaking Virginia ...

Black Press USA: Virginia Lawmakers to Boycott Trump's Attendance at Commemorative Meeting

August 1, 2019 | 3:00 am
  WASHINGTON INFORMER — Several Democratic Virginia lawmakers have threatened to boycott at least one of the 400th anniversary celebrations in ...

WAMU 88.5: American Democracy Was Born 400 Years Ago In Virginia. Here's Why Some Lawmakers Aren't Celebrating

July 31, 2019 | 3:00 am
  This year also marks the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in Virginia.

These are all of the video clips of Charniele Herring’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 65 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB1641: Absentee voting; no-excuse absentee.
  • HB1711: Motor vehicle registration, licensing, and certificates of title statutes; reorganization, etc.
  • HB1712: Vehicle registration; dismissal of summons for expiration, proof of compliance.
  • HB1914: Public health practitioners; requirements for issuing prescriptions, exceptions.
  • HB2347: Small Business Investment Grant Fund; recapture of awards.
  • HB2348: Economic development investments and grants; increases minimum wage requirements.
  • HB2369: Virginia Human Rights Act; establishment of right to reproductive choice.
  • HB2370: Marijuana; possession and consumption, penalty.
  • HB2417: Emergency protective order; required conditions, petition to dissolve or modify.
  • HB2418: Condominium Act; management of condominiums, distribution of information by electoral candidates.
  • HB2597: Child abuse and neglect; victims of sex trafficking, etc.
  • HB2696: Environmental Justice Advisory Council; established, report.
  • HB2739: Historical African American cemeteries; adds six in City of Alexandria.
  • HB2777: DCJS; powers and duties, establishment of guidelines for the surrender of firearms.
  • HB2778: Human trafficking victims; petition for vacatur and expungement of convictions, etc.
  • HJ727: Commending Louis Kokonis.
  • HJ1134: Kate Waller Barrett Branch Library; sit-in.
  • HB57: Absentee voting; no excuse.
  • HB104: Writ of actual innocence; a person may petition based on biological evidence regardless of plea.
  • HB105: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; training standards, community engaged policing.
  • HB195: Alexandria, City of; amending charter, tree planting and replacement.
  • HB217: Electronic case papers; transmission between district and circuit courts.
  • HB342: Peeping or spying into dwelling; penalty.
  • HB437: Adoption and foster care; barrier crimes, exception.
  • HB817: Firearms; DCJS, et al., to develop guidance documents for petitions to restore rights.
  • HB818: Monument Removal Fund; established, memorials for war veterans.
  • HB1054: Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted disease.
  • HB1055: Discretionary sentencing guidelines; judicial performance evaluation program, report.
  • HB1401: Naloxone; administration by correctional and probation officers.
  • HB1531: Public Safety & Homeland Security, Secretary of; duties, public database.
  • HB1532: Health education program; program to include safe use of prescription drugs.
  • HJ1: Drug offenders; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study courts' sentencing.
  • HJ509: Commending the Alexandria Harmonizers.
  • HB1893: Youth-controlled online businesses; registered office.
  • HB1894: DCJS training standards; community engaged policing.
  • HB2083: Restitution; modification of terms and conditions of payment plan.
  • HB2084: Search warrants; person subject to arrest.
  • HB2085: Petition for writ of actual innocence.
  • HB2086: Writ of actual innocence; basis on nonbiological evidence, untested evidence.
  • HB2087: Sentencing guidelines; written explanation.
  • HB2088: Voter registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles; opt-out voter registration.
  • HJ695: Study; JLARC; sentencing of drug offenders; report.
  • HJ898: Celebrating the life of Patricia Ann Thomas-Semonian.
  • HB290: Prescription Monitoring Program; indicators of misuse, disclosure of information.
  • HB291: Financial exploitation of adults.
  • HB292: Voter registration; preregistration for persons age 16 or older.
  • HB293: Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements of prescribers of benzodiazepine or opiates.
  • HB301: Officer-involved shootings; VSP shall include in annual Crime in Virginia report.
  • HB403: Northern Va. Transportation Authority; use of population estimates in connection with decisions.
  • HB510: Sexual crimes against minors; extends statute of limitations.
  • HB511: Tax returns; subject to perjury.
  • HB1230: Higher educational institutions; student intellectual property rights.
  • HB1298: Sentencing guidelines; written explanation that court must file.
  • HB1307: Vacant building; locality may by ordinance establish certain criteria.
  • HJ79: Schedule I and II offenders; JLARC to study sentencing and alternatives to incarceration.
  • HJ316: Commending George Mason University.
  • HJ518: Commending the Alexandria Fire Department.
  • HR197: Celebrating the life of Keith Marshall de la Cruz.
  • HB598: Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance.
  • HB671: Writ of actual innocence; petitions, bail hearings.
  • HB1394: Elections; absentee voting; no-excuse, in-person.
  • HB1429: Voter identification; accepted forms of identification.
  • HB1430: Unemployment compensation; benefit charges.
  • HB1682: Alexandria, City of; amending charter, changes certain powers of mayor, city council, etc.
  • HB1683: Higher educational institutions; liaisons to report criminal sexual assault, etc.
  • HB1807: Cigarettes; possession with intent to distribute contraband, fraudulent purchase.
  • HB1808: Missing persons; search and rescue.
  • HB1809: Private police departments.
  • HB1810: Prescription Monitoring Program; civil subpoenas.
  • HB1823: Discrimination; equal pay irrespective of sex.
  • HB1841: Prescription Monitoring Program; requirements for dispensers.
  • HB1882: Writ of actual innocence; bail hearings.
  • HB2154: Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance.
  • HB2179: Tax information; release to Commonwealth Attorneys and the Attorney General.
  • HJ522: Constitutional amendment; qualifications to vote, restoration of civil rights.
  • HJ622: Drug offenders, certain; diversion programs.
  • HJ877: Commending the Alexandria Sexual Assault Center.
  • HJ878: Celebrating the life of Ferdinand T. Day.
  • HB598: Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance.
  • HB599: Psychiatric bed registry; DBHDS to develop plan for registry.
  • HB600: Condominium Act; conversion condominiums, special provisions.
  • HB601: Absentee voting; allows qualified voters to vote absentee in person without an excuse.
  • HB669: Absentee ballots; date requirement.
  • HB670: Absentee ballots; requirements of voter.
  • HB671: Writ of actual innocence; petitions, bail hearings.
  • HB678: Income tax; tax credit for small businesses hiring graduates of Virginia's public colleges.
  • HB682: Central registry of records; extends time records must be kept by Department of Social Services.
  • HB683: Investigation of alleged child abuse and neglect; agreements with school divisions.
  • HB912: Virginia Initiative for Employment Not Welfare (VIEW); Workforce Development Pilot Program, report.
  • HJ76: Mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard program; report.
  • HJ77: Constitutional amendment; marriage (first reference).
  • HJ78: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
  • HJ235: Commending Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
  • HB191: Small businesses; tax credit for those hiring graduates of Virginia's colleges and universities.
  • HB1303: Small businesses; tax credit for hiring graduates of Virginia's public colleges and universities.
  • HB1918: Juvenile and domestic relations district courts; attorney fees.
  • HB1919: Writ of actual innocence; joint motion for petitions.
  • HB1920: Writ of actual innocence; type of plea required for issuance.
  • HB1921: Absentee voting; declared state of emergency.
  • HB1922: Early voting; any registered voter qualified to vote in election may vote in person.
  • HB2056: Counterfeit cigarettes; penalties.
  • HB2120: Physician, licensed, etc.; may perform procedure for physical evidence recovery kit examination.
  • HB2121: Law-enforcement officers; grounds for decertification, DCJS authorized to waive requirements.
  • HB2122: Incapacitated persons; photographs, x-rays, etc., may be taken as part of medical evaluation, etc.
  • HB2187: Spousal support; termination upon cohabitation.
  • HJ535: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
  • HJ669: Renewable energy; Commission on Electric Utility Regulation to study portfolio standard program.
  • HJ838: Celebrating the life of Agnes Wolf.
  • HB191: Small businesses; tax credit for those hiring graduates of Virginia's colleges.
  • HB1093: Garnishment; garnishee shall pay money on behalf of judgment debtor directly to judgment creditor.
  • HB1094: Personal jurisdiction; expands long-arm statute, acknowledging parentage.
  • HB1095: Qualified domestic relations order; enforcement of support.
  • HB1096: Attorney fees; awarding of fees to be reasonable in juvenile and domestic relations district courts.
  • HB1097: Judicial retirement; increases mandatory retirement age to 72.
  • HB1098: Civil rights; automatically restored to certain persons for eligibilty to register to vote.
  • HB1099: Employment discrimination; expands circumstances creating an individual cause of action.
  • HB1100: Virginia Housing Trust Fund Authority; created, report.
  • HB1198: Circuit court hearing; termination of juvenile court jurisdiction.
  • HB1199: Administrative Process Act; right to counsel in rule-making proceedings.
  • HJ27: Mandatory renewable energy portfolio standard program; Commission to study establishment for State.
  • HJ146: High capacity transit; Transportation Board to make priority for funding by State.
  • HJ147: Expedited partner therapy; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options for implementing.
  • HJ361: Commending Stacy Hoeflich.
  • HR613: Commending the Honorable Donald M. Haddock, Sr.
  • HB453: Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer.
  • HB464: Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established.
  • HB1496: Providing alcohol to an underage person; person who purchases is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB1497: Judicial retirement; mandatory retirement.
  • HB2083: Prescription requirements; treatment of sexually transmitted disease.
  • HB2084: Rapid re-housing pilot project; Department of Housing and Community Development to establish.
  • HB2085: Guardianship; child custody.
  • HB2086: Virginia Respite Care Registry and Fund; established.
  • HB2087: Workers' compensation; adds methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus to infectious disease list.
  • HB2088: Absentee voting; expands provisions on late in-person voting in business and medical emergencies.
  • HB2089: Emergency protective orders; law-enforcement officer may serve notice.
  • HB2090: Emergency custody orders; increases hours in which orders must be executed after its issuance.
  • HB2091: Uniform Statewide Building Code; air conditioning in certain residential buildings.
  • HB2092: Death sentence; removes some circumstances which circuit courts are required to set execution dates.
  • HB2436: Abortion coverage; offering through health benefits exchange.
  • HB2437: Bail bondsmen; regulation.
  • HB2438: Criminal cases; delayed appeal.
  • HJ543: Constitutional amendment; restoration of civil rights to persons convicted of nonviolent felonies.
  • HJ661: Celebrating the life of Joseph J. Moraski.
  • HJ706: Celebrating the life of Donna Rose Feldman Bergheim.
  • HJ761: Celebrating the life of Susan Lowell Butler.
  • HB25: Greenhouse gas emissions; Statewide Transportation Plan to include quantifiable measures and goals.
  • HB451: Rental assistance pilot project; established, report.
  • HB452: Limited service pregnancy centers; Department of Health to promulgate regulations for registration.
  • HB453: Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer.
  • HB454: Human Rights Council; expands protection for employees for discrimination by certain employers.
  • HB455: Discrimination by public employers; based on genetic characteristics prohibited.
  • HB456: Preliminary hearing; admissibility of certificates of analysis at trial.
  • HB457: Tax information; disclosure of to Executive Director of Northern Virginia Transportation Commission.
  • HB458: Attorney-issued summons; protective orders.
  • HB459: Pedestrians and drivers; sets out responsibilities at marked and unmarked crosswalks.
  • HB460: Minority Business Enterprise; changes name to Supplier Diversity & Procurement Advocacy.
  • HB461: Photo-monitoring systems; operator may enter into agreement with DMV to obtain vehicle information.
  • HB463: Hospital emergency departments; required to develop and maintain electronic health records.
  • HB464: Respite Care Registry and Fund; Department for Aging to establish.
  • HB465: Jury verdict; allows court to amend pleadings to conform to amount awarded.
  • HJ210: Commending the League of Women Voters of Virginia on the occasion of the 90th anniversary.
  • HJ485: Commending the Alexandria Commission for Women.
  • HB2672: Minority Business Enterprise, Dept. of; definitions to include individual who is U.S. citizen, etc.
  • HB5002: Evidence, testimonial; procedure notifying defendant of introduction of certificate of analysis.