Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy (D-Woodbridge)

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2: Counties of Prince William (part) and Stafford (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2018
Next Election
November 2019
Courts of Justice, Finance, Public Safety
Copatroning Habits
86% 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.
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Bills Passed
33.3% in 2019
Recent Mentions in the Media

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November 17, 2020 | 3:00 am Prince William Democrats have their eyes on statewide offices

November 16, 2020 | 3:00 am

From the Legislator’s Website


  • HB17: Driver's license; suspension for nonpayment of fines or costs.
  • HB121: Workers' compensation; presumption of compensability for certain diseases.
  • HB122: Project labor agreements; public procurement.
  • HB123: Nonpayment of wages; cause of action, penalties.
  • HB365: Public elementary & secondary school teachers; probationary term of service, performance evaluation.
  • HB366: Public defender offices; Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and County of Prince William.
  • HB367: Donated human breast milk; payment of medical assistance.
  • HB368: Public schools; enrollment, certain children placed in foster care.
  • HB432: Public utilities; contracting with small, women-owned, or minority-owned businesses.
  • HB433: Minimum wage; increases to $9 per hour effective January 1, 2021.
  • HB437: DGS; disposition of surplus materials, permit sale to military spouse-owned businesses.
  • HB442: Health insurance; coverage for donated human breast milk.
  • HB443: Coal combustion residuals impoundment; closures in Giles and Russell Counties.
  • HB825: Paid family and medical leave program; Virginia Employment Commission to establish.
  • HB826: State plan for medical assistance; payment for services provided by certified doulas.
  • HB827: Virginia Human Rights Act; unlawful discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth.
  • HB831: Utility easements; location of broadband and other communications facilities.
  • HB833: Virginia Public Procurement Act; public works contracts, prevailing wage rate, penalty.
  • HB836: Microcredentials; DOE to develop a plan to adopt, etc.
  • HB837: Dress Code Equity Act; guidelines and policies for dress or grooming codes in schools.
  • HB922: Bail; data collection and reporting standards, report.
  • HB923: Alcoholic beverage control; interdiction of intoxicated driver, etc.
  • HB933: Kinship Guardianship Assistance program; expands eligibility, fictive kin.
  • HB1265: Consumer finance companies; loans, licensing.
  • HB1309: Higher educational institutions, public; entrance requirements, computer coding.
  • HB1324: Juvenile and domestic relations district court; intake procedures.
  • HB1507: Marijuana; possession.
  • HB5069: Law-enforcement officers; prohibition on the use of neck restraints, exception, penalties.
  • HB5096: School boards; board required to post on its website the COVID-19 virus mitigation plan.
  • HB5141: Marijuana; legalizes simple possession, etc.
  • HJ1: United States Constitution; ratifies and affirms Equal Rights Amendment.
  • HJ80: Constitutional amendment; qualifications of voters, restoration of rights.
  • HJ5009: Federal elections scheduled for Nov. 3, 2020; Congress of the U. S. urged to not delay or postpone.
  • HR165: Commending Dr. George M. Hampton.
  • HR185: Commending Kim Cummings.
  • HR186: Commending GCubed Enterprises.
  • HR207: Commending the Joann S.M. Bagnerise.
  • HR626: Celebrating the life of John Manley Garber.
  • HB1813: Alcoholic beverage control; possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by interdicted persons.
  • HB1898: Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; tenant's right of redemption.
  • 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.