Del. Elizabeth Guzman (D-Dale City)

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31: Counties of Fauquier (part) and Prince William (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2018
Next Election
November 2019
Counties, Cities and Towns, Privileges and Elections
Copatroning Habits
92% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 80% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 98% of them are Democrats.
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House Democrats roll out legislation to support working people:

January 16, 2018
  Augusta Free PressFull coverage

Fauquier delegation files 82 bills in state legislature:

January 11, 2018
  Fauquier NowFull coverage

Guzman to focus on school testing, acess to pre-K in first term:

January 9, 2018
  Fauquier TimesFull coverage

Appropriations chairman plans to appoint ranking Democrat as subcommittee chair:

January 10, 2018
  Richmond.comFull coverage

Va House of Delegates welcomes 12 newly-elected women:

January 10, 2018
  W*USA 9Meet the new class of Virginia lawmakers who are making history  Washington PostFull coverage


  • HB250: Virginia Fire Services Board; changes membership.
  • HB251: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • HB252: High school staffing; mental health counselors.
  • HB253: Special education aides; caseload.
  • HB254: Human Resource Management, Department of; duties of department, employee communication.
  • HB255: Public Preschool Fund and Grant Program; established.
  • HB256: Income tax, state, and property tax; exemption for substantial-capacity solar equipment.
  • HB416: Workers' compensation; audits of employer's premises.
  • HB417: Sentencing guidelines; modification, new sentencing proceeding.
  • HB419: Juveniles; increases minimum age for trial as adult.
  • HB970: Motor vehicle fuels; sales tax in certain areas of the Commonwealth, price floor.
  • HB971: Fair Housing Law; unlawful discrimination, gender identity.
  • HB972: Income tax, state; increases deduction for senior citizens.
  • HB973: Employees; paid medical and family leave, civil penalties.
  • HB974: Medical marijuana; written certification by physician for treatment.
  • HB975: Electric utilities; new generation sources.
  • HB976: Felony conviction; compensation for wrongful incarceration.
  • HB977: Firearm transfers; criminal history record information checks, penalty.
  • HB978: Electric utilities; net energy metering, standby charges.
  • HB983: Street gangs; predicate criminal acts, penalty.
  • HB1289: Passing stopped school buses; local ordinances.
  • HB1290: Tethered unmanned aircraft systems; use by law-enforcement agency.
  • HB1345: Absentee voting; deadline for requesting a mailed absentee ballot.
  • HB1447: Public institutions of higher education; tuition; domicile; immigration status.
  • HB1448: Special assessment for land preservation; agricultural use.
  • HB1449: Reduce or eliminate the waiting list for the Family and Individual Support Waiver.
  • HB1594: Crime victims and witnesses; immigration status.
  • HJ95: Pollinator Awareness Week; designating as last full week of June 2019, and each succeeding year.
  • HR4: Recognizing the achievements of the Honorable Dr. William Ferguson Reid.