Delegate David Yancey (R-Newport News)

Photo of David Yancey
Party
Republican
District
94: City of Newport News (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2012
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Education, Transportation
Age
44
Website
davidyanceyfordelegate.com
Copatroning Habits
79% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 75% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 71% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
25.7% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Daily Press: Hampton Roads water crossing project could further delay Fort Eustis Interchange overhaul

September 15, 2016
Del. David Yancey, R-Newport News, said he would like the HRBT to be widened first, before the MMMBT is widened or a third crossing added. "I've had several people reach out to me expressing preference for Alternative A because of the guarantee that ...and more »

Daily Press: Yancey re-elected in Newport News' 94 t h House district

November 3, 2015
Yancey re-elected in Newport News' 94 t h House districtVoters in Newport News' 94th House of Delegates returned Republican Del. David Yancey as their representative to the General Assembly Tuesday. Complete unofficial results from the state Department of Elections are David Yancey, 8,138; Shelly Simonds ...and more »

Daily Press: Yancey, Simonds debate at CNU focuses on issues

October 27, 2015
Del. David Yancey, R-Newport News, and his Democratic challenger, School Board member Shelly Simonds, clashed over health care and the environment as they debated who would best represent the 94th House of Delegates district. Each promised ...

Daily Press: Virginia Del. David Yancey, challenger Shelly Simonds debate Tuesday

October 26, 2015
Virginia politicians don't do a lot of debating anymore, but Del. David Yancey, R-Newport News, and Democratic challenger Shelly Simonds square off Tuesday to make their cases for why they should represent the 94th House of Delegates district.

Daily Press: Mason, Simonds put in for Miller's Senate seat

April 21, 2016
Mason, Simonds put in for Miller's Senate seatJohn Miller's seat in the General Assembly: Del. Monty Mason and Shelly Simonds, the Newport News School Board member who challenged Del. David Yancey in last year's House elections. The two-person field won't be set until later today, when local ...

These are all of the video clips of David Yancey’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2012. There are 23 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB897: Tow truck drivers; registration of drivers convicted of violent crimes.
  • HB978: Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions.
  • HB185: Va. Economic Development Partnership; import of products and services from international markets.
  • HB186: Port-related tax credits; sunset extension.
  • HB261: Armed Forces of the U.S. or Va. National Guard, former members of; provisional teaching licenses.
  • HB274: Hampton Roads Transportation Fund; distribution of Fund.
  • HB275: Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; composition.
  • HB276: Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission; administrative expenses.
  • HB373: Victims of certain crimes; confidentiality of information.
  • HB374: Registration of vehicles owned or used by emergency medical services agencies.
  • HB405: Professional and occupational licenses; temporary licenses for spouses of military service members.
  • HB499: Professions and occupations; regulation, petitions, review by Board, report.
  • HB508: Worker retraining and career pathway tax credit; modification of credit.
  • HB706: Alcoholic beverage control; corkage fee for beer and cider.
  • HB897: Tow truck drivers; registration of drivers convicted of violent crimes.
  • HB905: Hospitals; advance disclosure of charge for elective procedure, test, or service.
  • HB974: Open-end credit; allows only a seller of goods to extend credit under agreement.
  • HB978: Health insurance; proton radiation therapy coverage decisions.
  • HB985: Virginia Freedom of Information Act; record exclusions; rule of redaction; no weight accorded.
  • HB986: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council; increases membership.
  • HB1075: Consumer finance loans; rate of interest.
  • HB1076: Employment; break time and location for employees to express breast milk.
  • HB1079: Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission; distribution of funds.
  • HB1220: Electric utility; recover of cost of purchasing certain solar energy facilities.
  • HB1252: Neighborhood assistance tax credit program; low-income persons.
  • HJ94: Oyster shell reclamation; VCU's Rice Rivers Center to study.
  • HJ97: Commonwealth's aerospace industry; Joint Commission on Technology and Science to study.
  • HJ220: Commending Newport News Shipbuilding.
  • HR91: Commending the Virginia Living Museum.
  • HR111: Commending the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities.
  • HR122: Commending Canon Virginia, Inc.
  • HR136: Commending John Glaser.
  • HR150: Commending the Brandon Heights Fourth of July Parade.
  • HR186: Commending the Newport News Rotary Club.
  • HR217: Commending Digby A. Solomon.
  • HR227: Commending Abbitt Realty.
  • HR250: Commending the High School League of the Peninsula Conference of Rugby Virginia.
  • HB870: New infrastructure; tax credit for certain investment.
  • HB1001: Electric utilities; on-bill financing programs for eligible energy efficiency measures.
  • HB1114: Student data; cloud computing.
  • HB1223: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women, and minority-owned businesses.
  • HB2137: Teachers; initial license with no industry certification credential, may issue provisional license.
  • HB2138: Receiving money for procuring person; penalty.
  • HB2140: Gang and drug crimes; imposes higher penalties for certain offenses.
  • HB2142: Voting systems; use of direct recording electronic machines.
  • HB2143: Secondhand articles; building material.
  • HB2145: Garage keepers' liens for vehicle storage, etc.; removes $500 cap on liens.
  • HB2146: Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission; expansion of funds.
  • HB2148: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women-owned, & minority-owned businesses, defines business.
  • HB2150: Domestic violence or sexual assault leave; duty of employers.
  • HB2151: Employment; break to express breast milk.
  • HB2237: Electric utility ratemaking; recovery of costs of solar energy facilities.
  • HB2354: State Board for Community Colleges; policy for the award of academic credit for military training.
  • HB2365: Open-end credit agreements; only a seller of goods to extend credit under an agreement.
  • HJ838: Commemorating the arrival of the French frigate Hermione at Virginia in 2015.
  • HR205: Commending Danny Hunley.
  • HR215: Celebrating the life of Irving Althaus.
  • HR216: Celebrating the life of Grant S. Williams, Sr.
  • HR223: Celebrating the life of Paul Macrae Montgomery.
  • HR232: Celebrating the life of Dorothy Seal Tolbert.
  • HR233: Celebrating the life of Carol Cap
  • HR253: Commending S. Richmond Gallaer.
  • HR263: Commending the Honorable Cynthia D. Kinser.
  • HR267: Commending Chad Green.
  • HR314: Commending Marie Boyd.
  • HR315: Celebrating the life of Leonid Kotlyar.
  • HB863: Enterprise Zone Grant Program; removes restriction on number that may exist at any one time.
  • HB864: Virginia Small Business Financing Authority; definition of eligible business & business enterprise.
  • HB865: STEAM Summer Learning Center Fund; established.
  • HB870: New infrastructure; tax credit for certain investment.
  • HB875: Real property tax; sale of certain tax delinquent property.
  • HB884: Virginia Infrastructure Grant Fund; established.
  • HB1001: Electric utilities; on-bill financing programs for eligible energy efficiency measures.
  • HB1004: Open-end credit agreements; only seller of goods to extend credit under an agreement.
  • HB1100: CTB Six-Year Improvement Program; requirements.
  • HB1114: Student data; cloud computing.
  • HB1161: Christopher Newport University; membership of Board of Visitors.
  • HB1214: Governor and Attorney General; parties to litigation with state, prohibited conduct, penalties.
  • HB1223: Virginia Public Procurement Act; small, women, and minority-owned businesses.
  • HJ101: Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority; report.
  • HJ104: Virginia Retirement System; System to place stop-loss orders on securities it holds.
  • HJ188: Commending Patty Heath.
  • HJ211: Commending Robert F. Shuford, Sr.
  • HJ212: Commending Pete's Custom Auto Service.
  • HJ223: Celebrating the life of Walter S. Segaloff.
  • HJ290: Celebrating the life of George L. Ackerman.
  • HJ5139: Commending Paul Daniel Smith.
  • HR57: Commending Robert Thad Mackie, D.D.S.
  • HR58: Commending Nelson Farley.
  • HR98: Commending Bettie Minette Cooper.
  • HR128: Commending Gordon L. Gentry, Jr.
  • HR142: Commending the Hampton Roads Republican Women's Club.
  • HR162: Commending Mike O'Neil
  • HR163: Commending Robin Bonnett McArthur.
  • HR164: Celebrating the life of Lloyd U. Noland, Jr.
  • HR171: Commending the Newport News and Suffolk Fire Departments.
  • HB720: Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount for tax years beginning January 1, 2012.
  • HB724: False advertising; exempts real estate brokers and salespersons from criminal and civil liability.
  • HB1923: Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount for tax years beginning January 1, 2012.
  • HB1949: Reckless driving; speed limits on toll facilities.
  • HB1951: Virginia Public Procurement Act; bid match preference for Virginia businesses.
  • HB1970: Exemplary Teacher Grant Fund; created.
  • HB1971: STEM Summer Learning Center Fund; created.
  • HB1972: Advanced and Precision Manufacturing Education Fund; created.
  • HB1977: Open-end credit plans; prohibits anyone other than seller of certain goods from extending credit.
  • HB2060: Juveniles; alleged to be truant, development of truancy plan.
  • HB2073: Real estate brokers and salespersons; liability of false advertising and false information.
  • HB2080: Evidence acceptable to DMV Commissioner of payments of taxes, etc.
  • HB2334: Solar-powered or wind-powered electricity generation facility; SCC to conduct pilot program, etc.
  • HB2335: Transportation Revenue Fund; established, report.
  • HJ813: Commending the Newport News Fire Department Bomb Squad.
  • HJ814: Commending the Heritage High School Governor's STEM Academy.
  • HJ815: Commending Robert Criner.
  • HJ816: Commending Christian Leonard.
  • HJ817: Commending Walter Segaloff.
  • HJ818: Commending Warwick River Christian School.
  • HJ819: Commending Sam C. Canavos.
  • HJ820: Commemorating the life and legacy of Captain Michael Dermott Mullan.
  • HJ821: Commending the Virginia Bankers Association Education Foundation.
  • HJ868: Child Identification Program Day; designating as May 25, 2013, and each succeeding year thereafter.
  • HJ915: Commending Yates Elementary School.
  • HR224: Commending Charlie Hill.
  • HR225: Commending Golden Bethune-Hill.
  • HB719: Hunting and fishing license, special; permanently disabled veteran to apply and receive at no cost.
  • HB720: Worker retraining tax credit; increase in credit amount.
  • HB721: Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; abolishes Board.
  • HB722: Charter; City of Newport News.
  • HB723: Transportation; funding and administration in various construction districts.
  • HB724: False advertising; exempts real estate brokers and salespersons from criminal and civil liability.
  • HB725: Motor vehicle title loans, payday loans, and open-end credit plans; caps interest rate.
  • HB726: Sale of property; City of Newport News to sell certain property for nominal amount.
  • HJ154: Commending Menchville House Ministries, Inc.
  • HJ155: Commending the Honorable G. Glenn Oder.
  • HJ244: Celebrating the life of the Honorable Billie Meriwether Millner.
  • HJ509: Commending the Newport News Green Foundation.
  • HR536: Commending the Denbigh House.
  • HR538: Commending the Mermaid Winery.
  • HR565: Commending Project CARE of the Greater Virginia Peninsula.
  • HR571: Celebrating the life of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Roy Begland, USA (Ret.).
  • HR580: Commending the Buffa family.
  • HR606: Commending the Oyster Pointer.
  • HR607: Commending People to People.