Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy (D-Woodbridge)

Photo of Jennifer Carroll Foy
Party
Democratic
District
2: Counties of Prince William (part) and Stafford (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2018
Next Election
November 2019
Committees
Courts of Justice, Militia, Police and Public Safety
Age
37
Website
jennifercarrollfoy.org
Twitter
@JCarrollFoy
Copatroning Habits
81% of bills she copatroned were introduced by Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of her bills, 97% of them are Democrats. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that she also copatroned, 71% of them are Democrats.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
16.7% in 2018
Recent Mentions in the Media

The Nation: Virginia's Top Male Democrats Made a Mess, and Virginia's Women Are Cleaning It Up

February 12, 2019
  The progressive women who surged to victory in November 2017 are now stuck dealing with the fallout from blackface revelations and sexual-assault ...

Examiner Enterprise: Bill dies in Virginia House

February 22, 2019
  RICHMOND, Va. ? The Republican-controlled House of Delegates killed Democrats' last-ditch efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment Thursday, ...

Richmond.com: PHOTOS: Thursday, February 14 at the Virginia General Assembly

February 14, 2019
  Sen. Ben Chafin, R-Russell, greets a visitor to his office inside the Pocahontas Building in Richmond, VA Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. His sister, Judge Teresa ...

Washington Post: For these four, having a beer is a crime ? and they?ve gone to court to challenge that

February 18, 2019
  Virginia is a rarity for having a state law that allows courts to bar alcohol for ?habitual drunks.?

Falls Church News Press: Delegate Marcus Simon?s Richmond Report

February 20, 2019
  This is the final week of the 2019 General Assembly Session. Odd year sessions are our short sessions, when we meet for 45 days rather than 60. In theory we ...

From the Legislator’s Website

Bills

  • HB1813: Alcoholic beverage control; possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by interdicted persons.
  • HB1898: Va. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act.
  • HB2037: Diversifying Teacher Workforce Act; teacher licensure, criteria, etc.
  • HB2049: Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk.
  • HB2104: Public elementary and secondary schools; dress or grooming codes.
  • HB2105: Coal combustion residuals; Chesapeake Bay watershed; closure.
  • HB2119: Nonattorney attendance officer; motion for a rule to show cause, child in need of supervision.
  • HB2120: Paid Family and Medical Leave Program; established, financing through payroll taxes.
  • HB2121: Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report.
  • HB2122: Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage, penalty.
  • HB2123: School boards; boards permitted to enter into College and Career Access Pathways Partnerships.
  • HB2161: General Services, Department of; disposition of surplus materials.
  • HB2162: Kinship foster care; notice, family assessments.
  • HB2383: Juvenile and domestic relations district court; social history report, consideration and waiver.
  • HB2758: Kinship foster care; notice to relatives.
  • HJ579: United States Constitution; ratifies Equal Rights Amendment.
  • HJ647: Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; improved transportation services, report.
  • HJ1049: Celebrating the life of Mitchel Raftelis.
  • HR323: Celebrating the life of Master Sergeant Jerre S. Thomas II, USMC, Ret.
  • HB112: Summons; falsely signing, misdemeanor.
  • HB113: Grand larceny; increases threshold amount.
  • HB126: Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; status of parole-eligible inmates, report.
  • HB145: Search warrant for a tracking device; delivery of affidavit.
  • HB182: Coal combustion residuals unit; closure by 2022.
  • HB418: Adoption; circuit court to accept a petition filed by child's foster parent.
  • HB441: Police and court records; expungement, acquittals.
  • HB442: Career and technical education credentials; testing accommodations for English language learners.
  • HB443: High school graduation requirements; substitution of computer coding for foreign language credit.
  • HB444: Parole Board; personal interviews of prisoners eligible for parole.
  • HB445: School principals; incident reports.
  • HB446: Drivers' license; driving on a suspended or revoked license, punishable as traffic infraction.
  • HB617: Discovery in criminal cases; duty to provide.
  • HB618: Larceny; subsequent offenses.
  • HB619: Alcoholic beverage control; possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by interdicted persons.
  • HB1316: License plates, special; I SUPPORT WOMEN VETERANS.
  • HB1429: Social Services, Department of; collection of data regarding substance abuse.
  • HB1569: Employers; notice of work schedules, civil penalty.
  • HJ58: Rail and Public Transportation, Department of; improved transportation services, report.
  • HJ126: Education; JLARC to study costs.
  • HR127: Commending Stafford Junction, Inc.
  • HR128: Commending the Colgan High School theatre program.
  • HR129: Commending Abbesi Akhamie.
  • HR130: Commending the Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association.