Senator Glen Sturtevant (R-Midlothian)

Photo of Glen Sturtevant
Party
Republican
District
10: Powhatan County (All), Chesterfield County (Part), Richmond City (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2016
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Local Government
Age
35
Website
glensturtevant.com
Twitter
@glensturtevant
Copatroning Habits
70% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 58% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 60% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
26.8% in 2017
Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond.com: Va. Senate panel kills Sen. Glen Sturtevant's bill to cap and phase out historic rehab tax credits

January 31, 2017
Va. Senate panel kills Sen. Glen Sturtevant's bill to cap and phase out historic rehab tax creditsA Senate committee has killed legislation that would have capped and phased out three popular state tax credits, including the historic rehabilitation credits that have been a driving force behind the renovation of buildings in downtown Richmond and ...and more »

wtvr.com: Proposed bill increases penalties to assisted living facilities, advocates want more

January 12, 2017
RICHMOND, Va. -- Advocates for changes at assisted living facilities (ALFs) in Virginia said a new bill submitted by State Senator Glen Sturtevant to increase maximum penalties issued by the state to ALFs is a good first step, but not enough. Cathy ...

WRIC: State lawmaker, Richmond SPCA join calls to end dog experiments at McGuire VA

June 30, 2017
?To hear about experiments being performed on man's best friend, on domesticated animals, dogs and puppies as young at six months, it's sad, it's disturbing,? State Senator Glen Sturtevant said. Sturtevant is an attorney who often represents veterans ...

Richmond.com: Lobbyists for local governments and schools help kill Sturtevant's transparency bill

February 15, 2017
Lobbyists for local governments and schools help kill Sturtevant's transparency billSen. Glen H. Sturtevant Jr., R-Richmond, thought he had a good-government transparency bill when he filed Senate Bill 795. It would have required localities and school divisions to post records of their expenses on their websites, saving the public the ...and more »

University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily: Senate bills address rising tuition costs

January 25, 2017
Senate bills 1405 and 1088 are sponsored by Sen. Scott Surovell (D-Mount Vernon) and Sen. Glen Sturtevant (R-Midlothian), respectively. Under SB 1405, public colleges and universities would be required to inform students of tuition increases and accept ...Virginia Senate committee gives poker skill game bill the thumbs-upCalvinAyre.comVirginia Poker Skill Game Bill Passes CommitteeFlushdrawall 63 news articles »

These are all of the video clips of Glen Sturtevant’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since 2016. There are 2 video clips in all.

Bills

  • SB505: Standards of Learning assessments; reporting results.
  • SB509: Interpleader; earnest money deposits.
  • SB787: Sales & use tax; prohibits accelerated collection of payments from retail merchants & other dealers.
  • SB788: Income tax, state; rate of taxation.
  • SB789: Income tax, corporate; rate of taxation.
  • SB793: Small businesses; waiver of tax penalties.
  • SB795: Register of funds expended; required posting by localities & school divisions on public gov website.
  • SB803: Executive budget; zero-based budgeting principles.
  • SB833: Fines and court costs; community work in lieu of payment.
  • SB834: Governor; efficiency and effectiveness review and assessment of state departments, agencies, etc.
  • SB839: Virginia Consumer Protection Act; prohibited practices, etc.
  • SB973: Assault and battery; health care providers; penalty.
  • SB1074: Automobile clubs; a service agreement offered by a club does not constitute insurance.
  • SB1087: Higher education; in-state tuition.
  • SB1088: Higher educational institutions, public; fixed four-year tuition rate.
  • SB1089: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • SB1090: Computer trespass; computer invasion of privacy, penalty, civil relief.
  • SB1107: Sales and use tax; prohibits any requirement that a dealer remit accelerated payments, exception.
  • SB1108: Alcoholic beverage control; creates walking tour permit.
  • SB1140: Legal malpractice; estate planning.
  • SB1141: Certificate of public need; psychiatric beds and services.
  • SB1190: Judicial training; law related to rights of persons of legitimate interest in custody, etc.
  • SB1191: Assisted living facilities; cap on civil penalties.
  • SB1386: Income tax, state; creates a new tax bracket for small businesses.
  • SB1387: Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission; operational and programmatic efficiency.
  • SB1413: Immunity of persons; statements regarding matters of public concern communicated to a third party.
  • SB1441: Absentee voting; eligibility of persons whose polling place prohibits firearms.
  • SB1481: Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee; procedures used by the Va. State Bar to evaluate, etc.
  • SB1482: SHHR; certain waivers under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
  • SB1485: Tax credits; expiration of certain tax credits.
  • SB1534: Higher educational institutions, public; general education course credit, dual enrollment courses.
  • SB1535: Real estate appraisers; exemptions from licensure.
  • SB1540: Tax credits, certain; aggregate caps.
  • SJ79: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ81: Teacher salary scale; JLARC to study compression in local school divisions, etc.
  • SJ230: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission, criteria to redraw certain districts.
  • SJ313: Commending the Honorable Bonnie C. Davis.
  • SJ352: Commending Family Lifeline.
  • SJ382: Celebrating the life of Stephen Winston Bricker.
  • SJ411: Celebrating the life of Carroll Schumann Savage.
  • SJ425: Commending Eli Johnson.
  • SB495: Congressional and state legislative districts.
  • SB496: Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee; codifies certain procedures.
  • SB497: Executive budget; zero-based budgeting principles.
  • SB498: Public schools; Standards of Learning assessments.
  • SB499: Sales tax payments; accelerated collection of payment from retail merchants and other dealers.
  • SB500: Register of funds expended; required posting by state agencies, localities, and school divisions.
  • SB501: Higher educational institutions; increases in-state tuition.
  • SB503: Higher educational institutions; fixed four-year tuition rate.
  • SB504: Income tax, state; return of budget surplus.
  • SB505: Standards of Learning assessments; reporting results.
  • SB506: Small businesses; waiver of penalties related to taxes.
  • SB507: Judicial creation of trusts.
  • SB508: Corporate income tax; addback for Captive REIT dividends.
  • SB509: Interpleader; earnest money deposits.
  • SB510: Medical bills; who may identify and provide testimony.
  • SB511: Battery; against school employees, penalty (Lindsay's Law).
  • SB512: Income tax, state; lowers rate of taxation for each income bracket.
  • SB559: Governor; performance review of state agencies, report.
  • SB577: Immunity of persons at public hearing; attorney fees and costs.
  • SB587: Compulsory school attendance cases; prosecution by attorneys for the Commonwealth.
  • SB636: State Council of Higher Education; longitudinal data system; report.
  • SB756: Income tax, corporate; rate of taxation.
  • SJ79: Constitutional amendment; Virginia Redistricting Commission established.
  • SJ81: Teacher salary scale; JLARC to study compression in local school divisions, etc.
  • SJ82: Commending the George Wythe High School boys' basketball team.
  • SJ138: Commending the Saint Gertrude High School robotics team.
  • SR20: Commending E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
  • SR92: Celebrating the life of Walter Willson Craigie, Jr.