Del. David Reid (D-Loudoun)

Photo of David Reid
Party
Democratic
District
32: County of Loudoun (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2018
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Counties, Cities and Towns, Transportation
Website
reidfordelegate.com
Twitter
@DavidReidVA
Copatroning Habits
78% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 96% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 73% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
2.5% in 2018
Recent Mentions in the Media

Suffolk News-Herald: Legislative proposals address costs of collegeThe Suffolk News-Herald

January 30, 2019
-   By Adrian Teran-Tapia. Capital News *Service*. Tuition at Virginia's public colleges and universities has increased an average of 80 percent since 2007, with ...

Loudoun Times-Mirror: Loudoun Democrats who supported controversial abortion bill defend legislation, say Republicans trying to 'mislead'

January 31, 2019
  Three Democratic lawmakers from Loudoun County who signed on as sponsors to the controversial abortion bill that led to a national uproar among pro-life ...

Virginia Gazette: Virginia legislature makes moves to keep college tuition down

February 8, 2019
  RICHMOND -- Virginia's General Assembly hopes to address rising college tuition costs by offering public universities incentives to cap tuition rates and ...

WHSV: Virginia legislators shift gears to test drive 'green' vehicles

January 31, 2019
  Midway through this bustling General Assembly session, legislators shifted gears from cruising through bills to testing out electric vehicles on Conservation ...

The Daily Progress: Bill to allow removal of Confederate monuments dies

January 30, 2019
  RICHMOND ? Tension filled the room Wednesday as a House of Delegates subcommittee voted to kill a bill that would have let Virginia localities decide ...

Bills

  • HB1686: Electric utilities; limitations on fossil fuel facilities.
  • HB1694: Virginia Retirement System; E-911 dispatchers.
  • HB1704: Higher educational institutions; financial aid award notification.
  • HB1705: Dulles Airport Access Road; use of certain high-occupancy vehicles on the eastbound lanes.
  • HB1723: County board of supervisors; presiding officers, terminology.
  • HB1727: Virginia Lottery; personal identifying information of prize winners, etc.
  • HB1728: Post-adoption contact & communication agreements; authority to enter into agreements.
  • HB1736: Community Integration Advisory Commission; extends sunset provision.
  • HB1824: State employees; sick leave for certain disabled veterans.
  • HB1968: Virginia National Guard; state active duty pay.
  • HB2476: Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fees.
  • HB2647: Condominium Act; meetings of unit owners' associations, proxy voting.
  • HJ699: Commending Shreyaa Venkat.
  • HJ702: Commending Alain Noriega.
  • HJ759: Commending Mikaeel Martinez Jaka.
  • HJ760: Commending the George Washington University School of Nursing.
  • HJ880: Commending the Rock Ridge High School softball team.
  • HJ966: Commending the Northern Virginia Technology Council Foundation.
  • HJ967: Commending Backpack Buddies Foundation of Loudoun.
  • HJ985: Celebrating the life of Commander Frederick Lineburg, USN, Ret.
  • HB350: Full-day kindergarten program; implementation in school divisions.
  • HB351: Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and room and board, enrollment.
  • HB352: Virginia Highway Corporation Act of 1988; toll rate approval by State Corporation Commission.
  • HB353: Handguns; limitation on purchases, penalty.
  • HB354: School calendar; opening day of school year.
  • HB355: Virginia Fuels Tax Act; refueling vehicles.
  • HB356: Voter registration; notification of denial.
  • HB357: Voting; ballots cast during court-ordered extended polling hours.
  • HB469: Electric vehicle; establishes tax credit on purchase or lease price.
  • HB470: Dependents of disabled veterans; waiver of tuition and mandatory fees.
  • HB471: Small businesses, new; state and local tax and regulatory exemptions.
  • HB472: Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases.
  • HB473: Virginia Public Procurement Act; use of best value contracting.
  • HB474: Solar energy collection devices; land lease program for installation.
  • HB475: Commercial motor vehicles; certain high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes.
  • HB476: Community service careers; tuition and fee waivers at higher educational institutions.
  • HB477: Guardianship; communication between incapacitated persons and others.
  • HB478: Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced, penalty.
  • HB1218: Residual parental rights; termination if in child's best interest, foster care placement.
  • HB1219: Parental rights; annual foster care review.
  • HB1326: Virginia Retirement System; E-911 dispatchers.
  • HB1356: Transient occupancy tax; expands tax in Northern Virginia statewide.
  • HJ74: Electric vehicles; DOLI to study effect of switch on automotive mechanics.
  • HJ122: Child abuse; VSCC to study laws & policies governing investigation.
  • HJ172: Commending Jeremy Beck.
  • HJ173: Commending Melanie Kelly.
  • HJ174: Commending Matthew Tobia.
  • HJ175: Commending Megan Poole.
  • HJ176: Celebrating the life of Captain Howard Todd Kauderer, USN, Ret.
  • HJ248: Commending the Loudoun County Sheriffs Office.
  • HJ249: Commending the Briar Woods High School cheerleading team.
  • HJ365: Commending Michaela Joyce.
  • HR39: Commending the graduating class of Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy Jail Officer Basic 1.
  • HR40: Commending the Stone Bridge High School volleyball team.
  • HR41: Commending the Salvation Army of Loudoun County.
  • HR42: Commending Sporting Virginia Futsal Club.
  • HR43: Commending Denise Corbo.
  • HR64: Commending Broad Run High School DECA.
  • HR65: Commending Iridium Communications.
  • HR132: Commending Ashley Caldwell.