Delegate Chris Stolle (R-Virginia Beach)

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Took Office
January 2010
Next Election
November 2017
Appropriations, Counties, Cities and Towns, Health, Welfare and Institutions
Copatroning Habits
80% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 79% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 69% of them are Republicans.
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Bills Passed
31.6% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Virginian-Pilot: Conflict-of-interest law murky in prosecution of son of Del. Spruill

June 3, 2016
The felony fraud case against Spruill Jr. will be dealt with by Virginia Beach Commonwealth's Attorney Colin Stolle, a Republican. But Stolle's brother, Del. Chris Stolle, R-Virginia Beach, serves in the state House of Delegates with the defendant's ...and more »

Daily Press: Certificate of need reform bills move; heavily lobbied fight rolls on

February 4, 2016
COPN regulations counter-balance "incredibly low" Medicaid reimbursement rates, Del. Chris Stolle said. "We have no idea what repeal of COPN will do to hospitals," said Stolle, a doctor and a Virginia Beach Republican calling for more study before the ...and more »

Daily Press: Hampton is persistent, but can't land vet center

August 26, 2016
Hampton is persistent, but can't land vet centerOther medical services are near the site, such as physical therapy and other hospital care, noted Del. Chris Stolle, R-Virginia Beach. More than 200,000 of Virginia's 781,000 veterans live in the Hampton Roads region, said McAuliffe, who traveled to ...New Veterans Care Center planned for Virginia Beach will be the first of its kind in Hampton RoadsVirginian-PilotGov. McAuliffe announces new Veterans Care Center in Virginia Beachwtkr.com120-bed veteran's care center slated for 2019 opening in Va. Beachwtvr.comall 12 news articles »

Augusta Free Press: Groups building support for COPN healthcare reforms

January 27, 2016
Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Delegate Chris Stolle (R-Virginia Beach) and Senator William Stanley Jr. (R-Franklin County) embodies the recommendations of the work group. Their proposals provide a mechanism for meaningful reforms to the COPN ...

Daily Press: No money, but revolving flood fund lives

March 29, 2016
So, too, did a re-up for the joint subcommittee's mandate to study flooding along the Virginia coast. The group, co-chaired by state Sen. Mamie Locke, D-Hampton, and Del. Chris Stolle, R-Virginia Beach, even got a new name. Out with the "Joint ...

These are all of the video clips of Chris Stolle’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 80 video clips in all.


  • HB900: Associate physicians; requirements for licensure, practice agreements.
  • HB221: Active duty health care providers at public or private health care facilities; services and duties.
  • HB222: Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact; created.
  • HB223: Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment.
  • HB285: Oyster grounds; dredging projects in waters of Lynnhaven River.
  • HB435: Adult day care centers; exempt from licensure, Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.
  • HB739: Virginia Flooding Adaptation Office; established.
  • HB825: Military medical personnel; pilot program for personnel to practice medicine.
  • HB829: Prescribers of covered substances; continuing education.
  • HB900: Associate physicians; requirements for licensure, practice agreements.
  • HB903: Recurrent Flooding Resiliency, Commonwealth Center for; at various educational institutions.
  • HB1083: Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need Program; changes to Program, report.
  • HB1197: Law-enforcement officers; Internet publication of personal information, penalty.
  • HB1369: Virginia Health Care Innovation Fund; created, report.
  • HJ61: Life-prolonging care; Joint Commission on Health Care to study legal and regulatory requirements.
  • HJ84: Recurrent flooding; Joint Subcommittee to formulate recommendations.
  • HJ89: Celebrating the life of Ernestine K. Middleton.
  • HJ111: Celebrating the life of Dan Rudolph Lowe.
  • HR76: Celebrating the life of Irvine Byrd Hill.
  • HR77: Celebrating the life of Howard Wilbur Jones, Jr., M.D.
  • HB581: Fire services and emergency medical services; revises terminology and reorganizes provisions.
  • HB895: Medicine, Board of; changes membership requirements.
  • HB896: Income tax, state; tax credit for completion of public school renovation.
  • HB1584: Fire services and emergency medical services; revises certain terminology.
  • HB1585: Schools failing to achieve full accreditation; scheduling flexibility.
  • HB1641: Virginia Values Veterans Program; certification by state agencies & higher educational institutions.
  • HB1642: Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Act; representations related to special flood hazard areas.
  • HB1792: Gamete donors; HIV testing protocol.
  • HB1793: Wheelchair-access-only accessible parking spaces; DHCD required to amend administrative regulation.
  • HB1817: Flood protection plan; Department of Conservation and Recreation shall regularly update.
  • HB1818: Health professions; regulation, updated terminology.
  • HB1866: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention, and Protection Assistance Fund; use of Fund.
  • HB2153: Medically or ethically inappropriate care; cessation of care.
  • HB2273: Virginia Port Authority; expands police powers.
  • HB2295: Real Estate Board; educational requirements for salespersons.
  • HB2322: Health benefit plans; essential health benefits waiver.
  • HJ632: Commending Riverside Hospital.
  • HB2: Commonwealth Transportation Board; statewide prioritization process for project selection.
  • HB86: Inpatient psychiatric hospital admission from local correctional facility; criteria.
  • HB390: Sand replenishment; sand or other material placed on bottomlands to provide for beach nourishment.
  • HB391: National accrediting organizations; Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
  • HB392: Assault and battery; emergency health care provider.
  • HB576: Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program; residency requirements.
  • HB577: Alternative schedules; opening of school year.
  • HB580: Active duty military health care providers; practice at public and private health care facilities.
  • HB581: Fire services and emergency medical services; revises terminology and reorganizes provisions.
  • HB893: Anatomic pathology services; fees.
  • HB895: Medicine, Board of; changes membership requirements.
  • HB896: Income tax, state; tax credit for completion of public school renovation.
  • HJ16: Recurrent flooding; joint subcommittee established to formulate recommendations to address.
  • HJ73: Commending Bayside High School.
  • HJ126: Celebrating the life of Rear Admiral Raynor A. K. Taylor, USN (Ret.).
  • HJ205: Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2013; Congress of United States urged to pass.
  • HJ459: Commending James W. Carter.
  • HJ5216: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Leo Clyde Wardrup, Jr.
  • HR161: Commending Virginia-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team.
  • HB643: Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone call includes any text message sent.
  • HB1279: Felonies by prisoners; penalties.
  • HB1450: Hampton Roads Planning District; additional 1% sales & use tax in counties in District.
  • HB1496: Senior citizens; reduced tuition for attendance at higher educational institutions in State.
  • HB1497: Public school interscholastic programs; participation by students in military families.
  • HB1499: Emergency medical services personnel; administration of medications.
  • HB1531: Public beaches; sand dredging and beach replenishment.
  • HB1588: Physician Loan Repayment Program; extends eligibility.
  • HB1596: School calendar; alternative schedules in school divisions containing low-performing schools.
  • HB1660: Prisoners; prohibits those in correctional facilities from possessing or transporting weapons.
  • HB1704: Prescription Monitoring Program; disclosure of information to certain agents.
  • HB1705: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; written notice, liability for reasonable charges for services.
  • HB1706: Charter; City of Norfolk.
  • HB2076: Charter schools, public; applications.
  • HB2291: Local correctional facilities; proceeds from commissary.
  • HJ604: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Joseph William O'Brien, Jr.
  • HJ605: Celebrating the life of Aircrewman 1st Class Joseph Patrick Fitzmorris, United States Navy.
  • HJ949: Commending Carter Catlett Williams.
  • HB253: Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference for veterans, surviving spouses, and children.
  • HB254: School calendar; local school boards allowed to set opening of school year.
  • HB255: Warrants; those maintained by treasurers shall not disclose certain information.
  • HB256: HOV lanes; extends sunset clause in Northern Virginia and in Hampton Roads.
  • HB257: Defined contribution retirement plan; permits any locality or school board to establish.
  • HB258: Fishing piers, commercial; regulation of net fishing in the vicinity.
  • HB638: Judicial authorization of treatment; advance directives.
  • HB639: Higher Education, State Council of; publication of graduate employment rates on its website.
  • HB640: Public schools; clarifies language relating to enrollment of military children.
  • HB641: Children; employment certificate requirements.
  • HB642: High school accreditation; Board of Education to adopt regulation adjusting formula for calculating.
  • HB643: Virginia Telephone Privacy Protection Act; telephone call includes any text message sent.
  • HB644: In-state tuition; eligibility of members of Virginia National Guard residing in state.
  • HB1279: Felonies by prisoners; penalties.
  • HB1280: Psychiatric hospital admissions; local inmates.
  • HJ50: Flooding; Institute of Marine Science to study strategies to prevent in Tidewater localities.
  • HJ51: Health care provider; option for accepting military training, etc., as requirements for licensure.
  • HJ53: Commending Catherine Muldoon.
  • HJ54: Commending Physicians for Peace.
  • HJ55: Celebrating the life of Edith M. Harrington.
  • HR570: Celebrating the life of William G. Laws.
  • HB840: License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy.
  • HB1243: Driver's license applications; DMV to provide electronic means for certain contributions.
  • HB1689: Pound net licenses; prohibits Marine Resources Commission from issuing in waters of Chesapeake Bay.
  • HB1690: Battery; if person commits against emergency health care providers, penalty.
  • HB1691: Veterans and military servicemembers; specialty treatment procedures.
  • HB1692: Speed limits; City of Va. Beach may, by ordinance, change on any highway in its jurisdiction.
  • HB1847: Health workforce activities; repeals requirement for Commissioner of Health to submit annual report.
  • HB1848: Tuition, in-state; eligibility for spouse of an active duty military service member.
  • HB1849: Criminal street gangs; clarification of definition.
  • HB1850: Motorcycles; prohibits children under age eight from riding.
  • HB1851: Real property tax; classification of certain historical buildings.
  • HB1852: State military laws; several technical changes and amendments.
  • HB2216: Laboratory results; authority to provide directly to insurance carrier, etc.
  • HB2217: Local disability services; agencies may convene local interagency services teams.
  • HB2218: Health care providers; third-party reimbursement programs.
  • HB2219: Correctional facilities, local; jailers have written policy for revocation of good conduct credits.
  • HB2416: Accountability and Performance Review Commission; established.
  • HB756: Offshore drilling; royalties to be deposited in Transportation Trust Fund, etc.
  • HB757: Prisoners; allowed on private property to remove graffiti in certain localities.
  • HB758: Workforces; allowed on private property owned by elderly or indigent persons if needing repair.
  • HB759: HOV lanes; allows certain military personnel to use in Hampton Roads regardless of passengers.
  • HB760: Veterans Skills Database; established.
  • HB840: License plates, special; issuance to members and former members of U.S. Navy.
  • HB841: DMV; authorized to use National Change of Address System to update customer records.
  • HB1118: Virginia Military Family Relief Fund; State policy to exclude from taxation payments made from Fund.
  • HB1243: Driver's license applications; DMV to provide electronic means for certain contributions.
  • HJ99: Health insurance coverage, catastrophic; Joint Commission on Health Care to study options.
  • HJ435: Commending pregnancy care centers.
  • HJ436: Commending Aragona Pembroke Little League on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HR19: U.S. Navy's East Coast aircraft carriers; Governor to take action to ensure remain in Hampton Roads.